Pulli has worked at Technopolis since 2015, when he joined the company to lead the Services business unit. Prior to joining Technopolis, Pulli worked as Vice President and Partner at Corbel, as the Business Development Director at Citycon, and in the retail sector. Pulli holds a master’s degree in Political Science from the University of Helsinki and an MBA from the University of Adelaide.
“Technopolis has weathered the current difficult market conditions well, thanks to the dedication and commitment to our customers shown by every member of our team. I am excited to appoint Niko as the CEO to lead the business into the next chapter in its development. In his current and previous positions, Niko has demonstrated both the leadership and business acumen required in this position. I am convinced that he is the right person to steer the company into the future”, Technopolis Chair of the Board Alistair Oates states.
“I would like to thank everyone for all the support you have shown me and the company, especially during the past year. It is a great feeling to know that you are surrounded by people you can trust, whatever the future may hold. Being entrusted with taking over as the CEO fills me with both pleasure and pride and I am confident that together with you we can accomplish great things.”, Niko Pulli states.
Pulli will succeed Outi Raekivi, the company’s Chief Legal Officer and interim CEO, in the role.
“I wish to thank Outi Raekivi for playing a key role as the interim CEO during the recruitment process. Niko’s appointment will give her the opportunity to fully focus on her role as Chief Legal Officer,” Oates says.
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