Three Serendipity CEO:s among this year’s super talents

Today, Swedish business magazine Veckans Affärer released its list of Sweden's leading super talents in 2013. Serendipity, which throughout the years has appointed young entrepreneurs to key positions in its portfolio of companies, secured three out of 101 spots on the list.

The list of Sweden's super talents is made up of exceptional people under 40 who have been selected using the following criteria: knowledge, achievement, drive, trend, personal brand and future potential. Three people from the Serendipity group are on the list. These are Amin Omrani (30 years old), Fredrik Svedberg (32) and Kamjar Hajabdolahi (30).

- All three are very ambitious and driven coworkers who are not afraid of challenges and who work hard to achieve set goals. It is, naturally, fun and inspiring that they are being recognized for their achievements, says Ashkan Pouya, Chairman of Serendipity Innovations.

Ashkan Pouya is one of many from the Serendipity group who have previously received the super talent title. Saeid Esmaeilzadeh, CEO of Serendipity Innovations; Nina Bake, CEO of Episurf Medical; and Erik Björkegren, CEO of IRRAS, have also been on the list.

- It is important for us to work with talented people. When we recruit, we put great emphasis on finding people who are motivated by challenges and who dare to explore new ground. This has contributed to a creative environment with a natural diversity. Today, we have a wide span of nationalities at our headquarters, everything from South Africa and China to Colombia and Russia, says Saeid Esmaeilzadeh, CEO of Serendipity Innovations.

Presentation of the three Serendipity employees who have been named Super Talents 2013:

Amin Omrani, 30 years old, CEO of Abera Biscience and Vice President of Business Development at Serendipity Innovations

Amin Omrani has an academic background in industrial economics and has founded and been CEO of several technology companies. He has a background in elite athletics, having been a member of the Swedish national judo team and won several gold medals in the Swedish Championship. Today, Amin is CEO of Abera Bioscience, a biotech company developing new vaccines based on a technology developed in-house. He is also Vice President of Business Development at Serendipity Innovations and is responsible for the company's investor relations.

Fredrik Svedberg, 32 years old, CEO of Diamorph

Fredrik Svedberg has degrees in technology and economics from the Faculty of Engineering at Lund University and the School of Economics and Management at Lund University, respectively. He started at Diamorph in 2009 and was appointed CEO in 2010. Today, he is group CEO of a company employing a total of nearly 300 people spread across the headquarters in Stockholm, several branches around the world and the production facilities in the Czech Republic and England. Fredrik is also a board member of several of Diamorph's subsidiaries.

Kamjar Hajabdolahi, 30 years old, CEO of Serendipity Professionals

Kamjar has a Master of Law (LL.M) from Uppsala University and a background in business law, business development and entrepreneurship. He has founded and been CEO of several start-ups within HR, IT and sales. Besides being CEO of Serendipity Professionals, a company working with skills provision and company development, Kamjar is building an innovative operation with new concepts within corporate finance.

For more information:

Omid Ekhlasi, Chief Communications Officer Serendipity Innovations


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