Mikael Anjou, previous Deputy Group CEO at Einar Mattsson AB joins the Egain Group Board
KUNGSBACKA – SEPTEMBER 28, 2020. Egain Group, a leading technology SaaS company within digital control and energy optimization of residential and government buildings, has announced that Mikael Anjou joins the board of Egain Group.
Mikael has extensive experience from the construction and real estate sector previously as Deputy Group CEO at Einar Mattsson AB. His knowledge of the industry in combination with good insights from having worked in a leading position in construction and real estate companies led to the publication of the book “The inefficient construction industry”.
“We are very pleased to have Mikael join us in making Egain the European leader in reducing the energy waste and connecting buildings. He will add strong leadership and insights from the industry and contribute to expanding our solutions and customer impact”, says Tom Even Mortensen, Egain’s Chairman.
”In a time when sustainability and proptech tend to be buzzwords, it is thrilling to join the board of a company which makes both words become a reality. I am convinced Egain has a very strong offering which could help property owners both significantly reduce their CO2-footprint as well as gain all insights possible from a digitally connected building.”, comments Mikael Anjou.
“Mikael brings thought leadership and business expertise to Egain at a time when we are ready to scale the business. His experience, driving revenue within the real estate market, and deep knowledge of the building sector makes it a great match for Egain”, says Karl-Johan Holm, Egain’s CEO.
For more information, please contact:
Tom Even Mortensen, Chairman, Egain Group, +47 982 29 650, email@example.com
Karl-Johan Holm, CEO, Egain Group, +46 708 107 167, firstname.lastname@example.org
Egain is a leading technology SaaS company within digital control and energy optimization of residential and government buildings. The company develops IoT solutions, mobile apps, and AI-based software that visualizes building opportunities and optimizes the energy consumption leading to lower energy consumption, improved buildings’ environmental footprint, optimized living comfort and, increased property valuations. Egain was founded in 2003 with HQ in Kungsbacka, Sweden, and is today owned by Summa Equity. With offices in five European countries, Egain is currently serving more than 5,000 buildings and 300,000 apartments in 11 countries.