Mary Apostolaki is new board representative at Circlia Nordic.
By Camilla Kjærgaard Olesen
She has extensive experience in helping small and large companies and has, among other things, assisted over 300 startups with their travel and accelerator programs. She will now use her experience and knowledge with getting companies off the ground and creating success at Circlia Nordic.
The name is Mary Apostolaki and she has just become board chairperson for Circlia Nordic.
“Ib Johannsen (director of Circlia Nordic) has a good product and a unique technology, and I am going to assist with commercial advice. The plan is for me to help with business development, commercialization of the company and create international attention,” Mary Apostolaki says.
Director of the company, Ib Johannsen, is thrilled that she has agreed to be a board member.
“Mary is a skilled businesswoman with many years of experience from both small and large companies such as the Olympic Games, Arla, Accelerace, Dyrberg/Kern and Phillips Petroleum. It is especially her broad experience in entrepreneurship and sales, including business development of smaller companies, that I think is very attractive to us,” he says.
Value in the world
Mary Apostolaki will help ensure that Circlia Nordic’s vision, to come out with the technology and create value throughout the world, becomes a reality.
“We must bring green energy out into the world, and that is highly relevant right now. Circlia Nordic’s employees are super competent, and there is great potential for our society in relation to the technology Circlia Nordic uses. With my experience, I can help it get out into the world,” she says.
Mary Aposolaki emphasizes, among other things, that Circlia Nordic’s technology is unique because it is scalable, and therefore has the opportunity to reach the whole world in a relatively easy way.
“It’s about us having a method that can do something good for the climate,” she says.