Growth Benefits

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In October we reached a long-anticipated development goal: to outgrow our premises here at Telefonplan in Stockholm. Celebrations were in full swing as we held a housewarming party for our newly expanded office, got the whole team together to party, and crowned our king of table tennis.

As part of our continuing mission to grow and improve, we decided last year that our global ambitions could not be contained in our existing premises. The search for a larger space began, and we immediately started negotiations to lease an extra floor in the building that houses our Telefonplan HQ.

In October 2021 we cut the ribbon of our new working space. We plan to use it to house management and dropdown desk stations for consultants mainly working at customer, more R&D satellites, and a place to gather for all at inContext.

We have also built a full-scale Prototype Lab to help our customers with rapid development of cable harness systems and other electrical assemblies. Spectacular lead times and flexibility come as part of the package.

We strongly believe that having R&D and Manufacturing under the same roof offers both teams extremely valuable opportunities to learn from each other as we deliver value with high end prototypes to our customers. We look forward to discovering more special opportunities as our journey continues.

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Growth Benefits

In October we reached a long-anticipated development goal: to outgrow our premises here at Telefonplan in Stockholm. Celebrations were in full swing as we held a housewarming party for our newly expanded office, got the whole team together to party, and crowned our king of table tennis.

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