Signe Cederstrøm has been announced as a new CEO of a Danish ink specialist Resino. She is taking over from her father, who decided to share the ownership equally between each of his three children.
The global trade market states specific demands to ink production and is one of the reasons why Resino now chooses to implement a generational shift.
Signe Cederstrøm graduated as Master of Arts in Danish and Skilled Communications. Her humanistic background differs from the other employees, whom are mainly laboratory technicians, chemists and engineers. According to the new CEO, it has both advantages and disadvantages.
‘My educational background has given me analytical skills and taught me how to handle large amounts of knowledge. I can definitely use my analytical and organizational skills in Resino’s organizational changes,’ commented Signe Cederstrøm. ‘I don’t have a deep technical understanding. Our management meetings tend to be very technical, but with my attendance, we can discuss management without drowning in technical terms.’