News Boo Ehlin – Head of Communication at Vinge

January 14, 2008

Boo Ehlin is as of the first of March Vinge’s Head of Communication and Marketing.

The position is a new post at Vinge and it will be filled by separate commissions within the firm. Boo Ehlin will answer for advising the management on marketing and communication.

- We are very proud to have connected Boo Ehlin to Vinge, says Olof Jislad, one of Vinge’s Managing Partners. Vinge’s management looks forward to their upcoming cooperation with Boo Ehlin who holds much experience within this particular field.

- I am very excited and challenged by being employed by Vinge, one of Sweden’s most prominent law firms. Vinge recognizes the value of clear and head on communication, says Boo Ehlin.   

Boo Ehlin is Head of Public Relations at Nordea Sverige, a position he also held at SEB and Svenska Bankföreningen. He previously worked as a journalist for, among others, Dagens Industri and Privata Affärer. In addition to this Boo Ehlin has, at several occasions, been ranked one of Sweden’s most eminent Heads of Public Relations.       

For further information, please contact:

Olof Jisland, Managing Partner Vinge Gothenburg, tel: +46 70 872 81 38
Boo Ehlin, Head of Communication Vinge, tel: +46 70 429 33 87
 
Vinge is the leading law firm in Sweden with approximately 450 employees, of which 300 are lawyers. The business is focused on commercial law with a large number of international transactions. Vinge has offices in Stockholm, Gothenburg, Malmö and Helsingborg as well as in London, Brussels, Hong Kong and Shanghai. Vinge is a member of Lex Mundi, a global network of independent law firms.

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