15 December 2015
15 December 2015
Terma has opened a new representation office in Brussels, Belgium.
“Opening an office in Brussels is a logical development of our wish to be close to our markets and partners. Brussels is the heart of Europe and sets the agenda on a broad spectrum of issues critical to our sector. Being here, allows us to work more closely with key partners and policy-makers within NATO, the EU institutions, industry organisations, and customers,” says Jørn Henrik Levy Rasmussen, Senior VP, Market Development.
Terma says it has seconded Anne Mette Mosekjær Søndergaard, Director, to Head the Brussels office. She has stayed with Terma for more than five years and has been responsible for a global marketing team dealing with stakeholder outreach, public affairs, exhibitions planning, digital media, and strategic communication.
“Anne Mette’s experience from Terma and prior positions mesh very well with what it takes to operate in Brussels. Knowing Terma’s business profoundly and the complex decision-making processes in the highly regulated defense and security market provide her with a solid platform to bringing forward our key priorities in Brussels,” says Jørn Henrik Levy Rasmussen.
Terma explains that the new Brussels office is the latest addition to its continuous global expansion. With the headquarters in Denmark, Terma now, besides Brussels in Belgium, counts subsidiaries and operations in The Netherlands, Germany, the US, Singapore, United Arab Emirates, UK and India.
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