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4C Strategies appoints Jonas Jonsson to lead UK and International ops

Posted 3 April 2019 · Add Comment

Jonas Jonsson has taken on the role as Managing Director for 4C Strategies UK and International operations, headed from London.

The merger of the two areas seeks to further utilise synergies in the global market and accelerate the expansion of the company’s market leading software Exonaut and management services.



Jonas (above) has previously been the Managing Director of 4C Strategies International, leading the company’s growth in continental Europe, the Middle East and Australia. With the merger of the two entities, Jonas will now also manage operations in the United Kingdom with leading clients across public, private and military sectors.

Jonas Jonsson said: “I look forward to the challenge to continue our international expansion. We see that many of our clients today operate in close cooperation with other business units on a truly global scale, and our team in the UK is very well positioned to cater to this need, both in the military and enterprise domain.

“Our core concept of tracking and visualising readiness is more relevant than ever before in today’s rapidly evolving risk landscape”.

Magnus Bergqvist CEO of 4C Group, said: “I am very pleased that Jonas accepted this role in 4C Strategies. His successful accomplishment has built a solid and profitable business together with an international footprint for 4C Strategies. Jonas will continue our focus on client readiness, automation and resource optimisation to maintain organisational and societal safety.”

Jonas has been with 4C Strategies for the past six years, working in different roles throughout 4C Group including project delivery, sales management and as head of the legal department. Jonas was educated in Law at Lund University in Sweden and is a Naval Reserve Officer in the Royal Swedish Navy.

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