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Onomondo Hires Michael Bosson

Onomondo Hires Michael Bosson, Onomondo

Cellular IoT connectivity provider Onomondo has welcomed Michael Bosson to its team as content manager. In this new role at the Danish technology scale-up, Michael is responsible for developing engaging and interesting content that supports Onomondo’s growth and promotes the company’s activities to new and existing audiences.

Michael has 11 years of marketing experience, most recently as Creative Content Manager for Danish translation technology company LanguageWire. There, he led the brand team and drove the content strategy. He has also served in marketing roles with Crumpler and Enomis GmbH in Germany, with a short stint at Greenpeace in his native New Zealand.

Michael is a father who plays touch rugby socially in his spare time. He also enjoys cycling around Amager in Copenhagen and traveling to Berlin to hone his amateur DJ skills.

“Onomondo definitely has lots of great experience, expertise and knowledge, but it hasn't got out there enough yet,” Michael said. “So that's the thing that we have to do, to look at what we know and how we can help people. It’s about finding out what people’s pains are and connecting them up with solutions from our area expertise. That's our sweet spot for content.”

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