Handheld CEO World Tour 2018
12 March 2018
This Spring, Handheld CEO Jerker Hellstrom will go on a world tour visiting several resellers and customers within loads of market verticals.
Together with Handheld’s representatives from the US, he will spend time in Orlando, Seattle, Chicago, San Diego and L.A. After that, Jerker will pay a visit to Auckland, NZ before heading over to Melbourne Australia. He will then end his tour by visiting Hyderabad, India, and Dubai, UAE, before heading home to the Handheld HQ. in Sweden.
To keep track of the whole world tour and see what happens along the way, make sure to follow the journey here on the website. And, as usual, we will also post frequent updates on our social media channels.
On the 5th of March Jerker began his CEO World Tour with a stop in Orlando, Florida where he and Handheld US colleague Jim Rimay, visited companies such as GIS and surveying company Geo Networking and Universal. During his stay, he also managed to find time for some sightseeing.
After spending close to a week in Florida, Jerker made his way to Chicago, Illinois to link up with Handheld US colleague Frank Arico. Together they met with several companies which resulted in many interesting discussions.
During the last stop in US, Jerker teamed up with Damon Ogando as they visited companies in Seattle and San Diego.
After crossing several time zones when flying from LA to Auckland, Jerker arrived in the middle of the Volvo Ocean Race which brought back some memories to when Handheld’s rugged tablets featured in the competition.
Learn more: Algiz 7 participates in Volvo Ocean Race.
What was mainly on the agenda during his stay in Auckland were, however, meetings with Pocket Solutions Ltd, Data over Radio Ltd and Carter.
After New Zealand, the tour moved on to Australia and Melbourne, where Jerker visited Gamma Solutions and attended the start of the Formel 1 season.
In Hyderabad, India and Dubai, UAE, Jerker made his last stops on the close to two-month-long tour by visiting Geosensors and Alliance Infotech.