David Hartnett, vice president of economic development, industry expansion at the Metro Atlanta Chamber, has joined the board of directors of the Swedish-American Chamber of Commerce of Georgia.
Mr. Hartnett is responsible at the Metro Atlanta Chamber for strengthening its relationships with the following sectors: health IT, technology, mobility, supply chain and clean tech.
Prior to joining the chamber he served as the managing partner of Medical Device Marketing, a privately held professional service consulting and strategic execution company where he specialized in developing commercialization strategies for small-to-mid-cap medical-device companies.
Mr. Hartnett joined 11 other board members including: Christina Searles Tai, chairwoman, owner of Searles Consulting Inc.; Tom Rosseland, chairman emeritus, principal at Bodker, Ramsey, Andrews, Winograd & Wildstein P.C.; Nico Swart, treasurer, partner at Rodl Langford de Kock LLP; Gary Bruce, director/chair-elect, SACC-USA; managing director at PartnerTech AB;
Sara Henriksson, executive director at SACC-Georgia; Gloria Enjalbert, senior accountant at Elekta, Inc.; Fredrik Hoeglund, business controller at Thomas Concrete; Mikael Norin, corporate advisor in Atlanta/honorary consul; Nico Wijnberg, project manager at the Georgia Department of Economic Development; Tycho Stahl, partner at Arnall Golden Gregory LLP; and Jonas Jarvholm, patent attorney at Ballard Spahr LLP.
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