Transformation and evolution have been at the core of Jabra Europes strategies, outlook, and culture in the past few years as the company has executed a dramatic turnaround. This ambitious approach has significantly altered the organisations brand and business environment.
As a global producer of world-leading headsets and speakerphone solutions, Jabra is a prominent player in the telecommunications and electronics sector. Jabra employs approximately 900 people and boasts sales offices across the globe. Jabra is the brand of GN Netcom, a subsidiary of GN Store Nord.
Jabra prides itself on enabling effortless communication between mobile users and office-based and contact centre employees in all parts of the world. In such a fast-paced, competitive market, Jabra understands the importance of consistent change and development.
One man who understands this more than most is Mogens Elsberg. Since 2009, Mogens has held the role of CEO of Jabra, taking the company to new heights through utilising his 29 years of experience and expertise in the IT industry.
Mogens has made good use of his qualifications, a Master in Engineering from Denmark Technical University and a bachelors degree in business administration from Copenhagen Business School. I started out as an engineer. I have a masters degree in engineering, but I also have a bachelors degree in business administration because I knew I probably wouldnt stay within the engineering field for the rest of my life.