Framtidsfabriken expands in Mälardalen

Framtidsfabriken expands in Mälardalen In conjunction with the acquisition, the operation will move to larger premises at Västerås Teknikby where Framtidsfabriken aims to have some 50 employees within a year. Birgitta Zommarin has been appointed as the new Branch Director. She is presently working as project manager at one of Framtidsfabriken's four Stockholm offices, having joined the company from Price Waterhouse Coopers Management Consulting. "Västerås is an important location with several potential clients and good prospects for rapid expansion. However, the availability of competent personnel and suitable premises is just as important. We have to be where the best brains want to live and where market conditions are optimal," says Birgitta Zommarin. Hypernode was established in 1999 by Petri Andelin and Eric Croner. The company offers its clients dynamic Internet solutions that include web shops, reservation systems, and sales support solutions. For additional information please contact: Birgitta Zommarin, Branch Director, +46 706-44 11 02, birgitta.zommarin@framfab.se or Martin Anderlind, Marketing Communications, +46 70-658 85 42, martin.anderlind@framfab.se, http://www.framfab.com Petri Andelin or Eric Croner, Founders of Hypernode, +46 21-470 20 28, petri@hypernode.com, eric@hypernode.com, http://www.hypernode.com Framtidsfabriken's business concept is to create new business for the evolving Internet economy through digital and interactive services. Framtidsfabriken today has 530 employees divided among 15 offices located in Copenhagen, Gothenburg, Linköping, London, Lund, Malmö, Paris, Stockholm and Västerås. Framtidsfabriken is the general supplier of Internet services to Volvo Car Corporation, the Volvo Group, the National Power Administration, IKEA and Electrolux. Among our other clients are AstraZeneca, GE Capital, the SAAB Group, Tele Danmark and Unibank. Framtidsfabriken is listed on the Stockholm Stock Exchange "O" list (ticker FTID). ------------------------------------------------------------ Please visit http://www.bit.se for further information The following files are available for download: http://www.bit.se/bitonline/1999/09/24/19990924BIT00170/bit0001.doc http://www.bit.se/bitonline/1999/09/24/19990924BIT00170/bit0002.pdf

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