Strategic Partnering and Communication is a small, dynamic consulting company. It was founded in 2004 by its CEO, Ms. Anne Marie Dalgaard. As of 2005 Dr. Dieter Nietzold has been attached to SPC as Chief Science Advisor. Both have strong international experience gained through years of working in Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Russia, the United Kingdom and several other countries. Both possess extensive knowledge of and contacts with the innovation environment in Russia and the CIS. As of 2006 SPC expanded further by attaching Ms. Anne Ingeborg van Luijn as Chief Advisor for Change Management. In addition, SPC draws on the experience of numerous experts working ad hoc on individual assignments.
|Anne Marie Dalgaard, Cand.jur.,
Master of Corporate Communication
Danish citizen, SPC founder and CEO Ms. Dalgaard has more than fifteen years of experience in corporate communication and strategic partnering. For seven years she held positions at ABB and Adtranz (ABB Daimler Benz Transportation) in Brussels, where she was responsible for corporate communication, government affairs and project financing. From 1998 to 2004 Ms. Dalgaard worked in managerial positions at the International Science and Technology Center (ISTC) in Moscow. Her experience includes partnering, communication, and promotion/business development. While in Russia, she built up a strong network among CIS-based research institutes as well as in the R&D departments of major European corporations. Ms. Dalgaard speaks Danish, English, German, French and Russian.
Anne Ingeborg van Luijn, MA, MBA
Dutch citizen, Chief Advisor for Change Management
Ms. Van Luijn has more than 15 years of experience in communication management and business development. From 1992 to 2001 she held managerial positions in Brussels, where she was responsible for marketing and business development in Central and Eastern Europe for Deloitte & Touche Europe Services and responsible for the management of the Advisory Services contract to the European Commissionís Information and Communications Programme for Central and Eastern Europe. Since moving to Milan, Italy, in 2001 she has further specialized in the implementation of change management projects and related communication aspects. Ms Van Luijn holds degrees in European studies from the University of Amsterdam and the College of Europe in Bruges, Belgium, and an MBA from the Rotterdam School of Management, the Netherlands. She speaks English, French, Italian, German, Dutch and Norwegian.
Dieter Nietzold, Ph.D
German citizen, Chief Science Advisor
Dr. Nietzold has a scientific, technical and technological background. He graduated from Moscow State University in chemistry and received his Ph.D. from the same university. He acquired extensive business management experience with the companies Leuna Werke (1Ĺ years) and Carl Zeiss Jena (23 years) in Germany. During his three years in Brussels he gained deep insight into the functioning of the European Commission. As a Senior Project Manager with the International Science and Technology Center (ISTC) in Moscow, he supervised some 130 projects in areas including chemistry, biotechnology, optical materials and instrumentation, space, and fusion. He guided Russian/CIS Project Managers in preparing projects, establishing contacts with western entities and implementing project results, and succeeded in acquiring financing partners for the ISTC. During his eighteen years of studies and scientific and professional work in Russia, he gained a comprehensive knowledge of the special economic, cultural and political features of Russia and other CIS countries. Dr. Nietzold speaks German, Russian and English.
Jethe Lennore, cand.comm.
Danish citizen, working ad hoc on individual assignments.
Miss Lennore has a communication as well as technical and socio-economic background from Roskilde University and a bachelor in nutrition and health from Suhrs Seminarium. During her studies and work she has gained knowledge of e.g. nanotechnology, labelling and nutrition.
She has several years experience in public/consumer communication and webcommunication. From 2003-2007 miss Lennore worked at the Informationcentre for Environment & Health in Copenhagen, where she produced reports on relevant aspects in environmental matters and tries to give perspectives on these matters. She has experience in providing understandable facts and easy advice on how to live more environmentally friendly. Since 2007 she has worked at Prescriba and provides health-communication primarily webbased. She speaks Danish and English.
Simon Hollingsworth BA
Simon Hollingsworth is a graduate in Russian from the University of Durham, UK. He has extensive research, management, translation and editing experience in commercial, scientific and industrial fields in Russia, where he has lived and worked for over 15 years. Mr. Hollingsworth speaks English and Russian.