About

International business developer within the IT-industry looking to help out other businesses achieve growth both domestically and internationally.

Experience
BenifyBusiness Development Manager2016 - Current
Developing Benify’s Norwegian IT-portal by signing and maintaining suppliers to the system. Responsibilities: • Prospecting, cold calling and booking of meetings • Creating and holding sales presentations and negotiating deals • Supplier and customer relationship management • Conduct market research and look at business strategies for the Norwegian market • Close cooperation with an international team • HTML-coding
Ambita ASBusiness Developer Global Enterprise2014 - 2015
Evaluated opportunities for expansion in Europe, Asia and Africa. Reported directly to Director of Innovation. Responsibilities:  Prepared business cases for international projects  Financial evaluation and fact-finding  Representing Ambita at international conferences, in particular United Nations’ conferences related to land management.  Cooperate closely with the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Innovation Norway and Norad with the goal of establishing Ambita's land information systems in developing nations  Stakeholder management, book meetings, organize conferences and travels
Royal Norwegian Embassy SeoulPolitical Intern2012 - 2012
Responsible for reporting on the situation between North- and South Korea, the political and humanitarian situation in North Korea, work closely with official visits from Norway, speech writing and other administrative tasks.
Education
Hawaii Pacific UniversityMaster of Arts in Diplomacy and Military Studies, History and Social Sciences2010 - 2012
Focus on diplomacy and military history, international relations, diplomatic theories, military ethics, conflict negotiations, and peacekeeping. Thesis on Norway’s mediation efforts in the Sri Lankan civil war, 2000–2006. Graduated with Distinction (GPA 3.93).
University of Technology, SydneyBachelor of Business, International Business and Management2006 - 2009
Focus on international relations, marketing, cultural differences, accounting, economics, and statistics.