Kathrine Duun Moen appointed Technogarden’s new CEO
Kathrine Duun Moen (48) will take up her position as new CEO of the consulting and recruitment company Technogarden on March 1st 2020.
Mrs Duun Moen comes from the Norwegian Defence Logistics Organisation, part of the Norwegian Armed Forces, where she served as Director of External Channels. She has previously worked as Business Development & IT Director at Relacom, and spent 11 years at Statkraft, serving in a number of roles including as Senior VP Innovation. In addition, she has seven years’ experience of the consulting sector from Ernst & Young Advisory Services. Mrs Duun Moen has an MSc in Chemical Engineering from the Norwegian Institute of Technology (now the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)).
“We received applications for this position from a great number of highly qualified people, and are extremely pleased that Kathrine has agreed to lead Technogarden and further develop this growing company. With an MSc in engineering and experience both as a consultant and from working in the public and private sectors, she brings a wealth of wisdom and understanding to the processes she will be leading, and new perspectives to the operation,” says Norconsult’s EVP Nordic, Egil Gossé, who chairs Technogarden’s board of directors.
A wholly owned subsidiary of Norconsult, Technogarden is a leading provider of expertise in the fields of consulting engineering services, telecoms/digitalisation, IT and project management.
Technogarden’s newly appointed CEO says the consulting sector is facing both opportunities and challenges: “Opportunities that can be exploited and challenges that can be transformed into competitive advantages. Technogarden, which operates in many exciting specialist areas, has a very strong foundation to continue its positive development and strengthen its position in the market. I am looking forward to getting to know my new colleagues, and to contributing to the company’s further development along with the rest of the organisation.”
Between them, Technogarden’s 13 offices in Norway and Sweden carry out 500 consulting assignments and 150 recruitment assignments each year.