- As a Client Coordinator, my main focus is to communicate with our customers. That involves administrative tasks like supplier changes, invoice related questions and creating reports for customers. You need to be open-minded and flexible when trying to find the best solutions for the specific customer.
- I am open-minded and solution oriented. I like working with customers and finding solutions that both help strengthen the customer relation as well as contribute in making the customer satisfied. In my role, I also have to be able to cooperate with my team and with several teams across the Energi Danmark Group, which I find both rewarding and fun. Finally, I believe my key strengths are the ability to think outside the box and having the will to keep developing myself and learn more every day.
- First and foremost - my colleagues! Together we are a great team with different skills and we all contribute in a good way when it comes to cooperation around our customers. It is a professional Group and a company with great potential for development, both on a personal level and when it comes to the Group as a whole.
- I like to spend time with family and friends, watch a lot of soccer and play as much golf as I possibly can.
January 8 2019. Our Client Coordinator in Energi Försäljning Sverige, Marcus Jönsson, began his career in the Group in 2012. Some of his key strengths are his ability to think outside the box and keep learning.
December 13 2018. Jesper Wessel is employed as Student Assistant in our Customers department. A position that requires both all-round skills and a good overview. Meanwhile Jesper is also about to finish his thesis in technology based business development in cooperation with Energi Danmark.
November 13 2018. Jarmo Tikkanen joined our subsidiary Energia Myynti Suomi in 2010. With more than 13 years of experience within the energy industry Jarmo has the best foundation for advising the Finnish customers and understanding their needs.
The price falls in the long-term contracts in the energy market continued last week, with both coal and carbon emission prices dropping down another notch. However, the short-term contracts are staying put as a result of dry weather forecasts.