We’re pleased to announce a bold new international step for EY Doberman. Our CEO Lisa Lindström will take on the role of Global Consulting Innovation and Experience design leader at EY, sharing our expertise with even more clients around the world, while also continuing to serve and challenge our Nordic based clients at EY Doberman.
– We’re at an exhilarating point in EY Doberman’s history! The demand for our strategic design expertise has exploded over the last few years, so to get to spend more time with our clients while also bringing EY Doberman’s capabilities into a truly global context is of course a great opportunity for both us and our clients, says Lisa Lindström.
To enable this shift, where Lisa will share her time between her global and Nordic responsibilities, Lisa will pass on the operational leadership as CEO of the Nordic studios to Elin Ankerblad, co-founder of Doberman and currently Managing Director of EY Doberman in Stockholm.
– I’m excited for us to expand our horizons at EY Doberman. With me and our studio leaders continuing to drive our Nordic studios while having Lisa more focused on our clients, we’re truly set up to innovate at scale. This is a natural next step for us, carrying forward our unique legacy, says Elin Ankerblad.
Linnea Becker, formerly the lead for EY Doberman’s Sustainability lab, SALLY, is appointed as the new Managing Director of EY Doberman in Stockholm.
-I’ve been part of EY Doberman for over a decade and to me we’ve constantly been evolving and will continue to do so. The world needs change and I’m eager to be in service of that change by leading our Stockholm studio to design products & services that truly matters. That’s what we do best, says Linnea Becker.
In her role as global design leader for EY, Lisa Lindström is to create synergies between EY Doberman, 35 EY design studios, 1500 designers and their clients around the world which makes it one of the worlds most extensive design organizations. EY Doberman will continue to act from their four design studios in Stockholm, Copenhagen, Oslo and Helsinki.