CWT Meetings & Events gets new Nordic director

Fredrik Hermelin is commercial director based in Alvik
CWT Meetings & Events wants to continue to develop the Nordic market and says it is now strengthening its team with a new Nordic commercial director.
Fredrik Hermelin will lead the Nordic sales team, develop the business and contribute his experience from local and global strategic customers – the SMM segment – as well as bring in innovative and sustainable service solutions.
He has already begun work at CWT’s office in Alvik, reporting to senior Nordic director Pernilla Andrén.
“The aim of the recruitment of Fredrik is to increase our Meetings & Events business and ensure that we offer what the customer wants. To do that we needed, besides much else, someone with the ability to work the Nordic region. And Frederick is very Nordic – he lives in Stockholm, worked for seven years in Denmark and has a Finnish wife”, said Pernilla Andrén.
TTG Nordic


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