Uppsala municipality representatives and Governor visiting Graphmatech

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On the morning of the 28th of October, Graphmatech was host to a visit from Erik Pelling (Chairman of the Uppsala municipal council), Charlotte Skott (Business Director of Uppsala municipality), Stefanie Macklin (Uppsala County Administrative Board), and Göran Enander (Governor of Uppsala County).

It was an honor to have Uppsala’s top politicians visit us to discuss the growth plans of Graphmatech, and how we are an active part in the Uppsala eco-system. We are happy to contribute to a thriving tech scene, and it is important for us to keep a close dialogue with the municipality to meet the region’s ongoing sustainability plans. It was significant to share our ambition with both the Governor and municipality representatives.“, says Mamoun Taher, CEO at Graphmatech.

From left to right: Stefanie Macklin, Charlotte Skott, Göran Enander and Mamoun Taher
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