Portrait of the month
NAME: Stefan Brämberg
DO: Chief Technology Officer, CTO
LIVE: Gothenburg, Sweden & Fuengirola, Spain
What’s your happy place?
– My happy place is on a boat.
What to choose on a sunny summer day. A day on the beach or fixing a broken boat?
– I would choose to fix a broken boat.
What did you want to become when you were little?
– Engineer 😉
Your career in brief?
– Napkin version: My career has spanned from aircraft radars -> mobile phones -> healthcare radio systems -> home lifts.
How does a normal workday look like?
One thing you cannot live without when you work?
What do you think is the most important in your work at SWIFT?
– Having fun.
Looking at what you’ve achieved so far, what are you most proud of?
– I’m most proud of being part of a small team that created something great with fewer resources than I thought was possible.
What’s your most precious thing in your life?
What does home mean to you?
– Home is where I hang my hat.
What do you like the most about the SWIFT home lift?
– I love the smooth ride of SWIFT.
Which tech company do you think is absolutely crushing it with innovation right now?
– I believe Candela electrical boat is the most forward-thinking company in tech right now.
Your favorite tech brand or product right now and why?
– Candela C8 – a very cool combination of Polestar batteries, self-developed motor, and foiling hydrodynamics.
What’s your motto in life?
– .Have fun while you can.
What’s on your bucket list?
– On my bucket list is finding a cool 4WD jeep without a roof and exploring the Spanish “Campo” with my wife and our dogs.
What type of person would fit in a role that you have?
– A very strange person. Haha, jokes aside someone who’s a bit unconventional, with a great sense of humor.
Where do you get your energy and your never-give-up attitude from?
– My energy and never-give-up attitude come from a passion for what I do.
What’s your go-to way of getting around that’s not SWIFT (and what makes it awesome)? 😉
– By a Hydrocopter – a vehicle designed to drive on ice and if the ice breaks, it can also run on water.