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Academic and Business personnel accepted onto IT board in Switzerland. Good enough?

In striving towards strengthening the quality of its leadership team Evalueserve welcomed Dr Christian Casal and Armin Meier to its Board of Directors.

Both Casal and Meier as executives add a range of expertise in corporate governance and senior management. Unsurprisingly, these are qualities which compliment members of the current Board of Executives for Evalueserve. Christin Casal holds a PhD in International Business and a master’s degree in economics. Casal is also the Director Emeritus of McKinsey & Co. Inc. In addition, he holds various Board positions in Switzerland, e.g. lucenefestival, etc. Armin Meier joins as the owner and Managing Director of Boyden global executive search.

Chief strategists and co-founder Timo Vatto mentioned that – “We are very pleased to welcome Christian Casaland Armin Meier to our Board of Directors. They both add very specific skills and experience, which will be helpful for Evalueserve’s future. We can consider ourselves fortunate that Christian and Armin have agreed to join the Board. We all look forward to working closely with them as we continue to execute Evalueserve’s growth strategy.”

As the new editions plough their hands to work the main focus for the Executive team is growing the company through innovation and the development of additional services.

Evalueserve is global professional services provider that offers research, analytics and data management services. Powered by a unique combination of human expertise and smart algorithms, this is indeed an exciting turn for Evalueserve.

This refreshing inclusion allows a strategic management of process placing them in high ranks and prepared for competition.

The addition of Dr Casal and Mr Meier provides exciting prospects for the company, the question here also still remains where further active strides are being taken to include more women, or ethnic minorities into their board. Switzerland has always been known to have been a forward-thinking country however unlike the U.K. the minority group representation, in the public sector, hardly includes ethnic minorities.