Visiolink prepares for the future with a new CSO

By Martin Rubæk | May 03 2015 | Insights

From May 1st Visiolink appoints a new Chief Sales Officer, Schani Stig Thomsen.

Adjusting for the future is a constant process at Visiolink, and therefore a natural need for reinforcements and internal changes often present itself. Earlier this year former Visiolink COO Kenneth Boll was introduced as the new CEO of the digital publishing solutions provider.

This time the news comes from Sales & Marketing, where Schani Stig Thomsen has been brought in to ensure that Visiolink remains able to provide customers with the right digital media solutions.

“One of our goals in Visiolink is to maintain and grow strong revenue, in both new and existing markets. With his international format, Schani is the perfect candidate to help us reach that goal.” Said Kenneth Boll, Visiolink CEO. “With his past experience from management positions in large corporations, Schani brings the perfect link between Visiolink services and market demand.”

As media houses around the world experience continued growth in their digital readership, Visiolink encounters a need for reinforcements to keep up with increased demand for digital solutions. 

“To me, Visiolink is an exciting international company, with a huge untapped potential” Said Schani Stig Thomsen. “My mission at Visiolink will be to adjust the sales process to our customers needs, and to secure alignment with the demand of a constantly consolidating market.”

“With such an impressive past, Visiolink is proud to welcome Schani to the team, where his knowledge as well as leadership will be greatly appreciated!” Said Kenneth Boll.

About Schani Stig Thomsen

  • Holds educations from Syddansk University, Forsikringsakedemiet Rungstedgaard, and AVT Business School in Copenhagen.
  • Previous work experience include: Regional Director for the Northern region at HTH Køkkener A/S, Regional Director at 3Mobil, Commercial Director at NSPI, Sales Manager at Alm Brand, Client Advisor at Topdanmark Forsikring, and Accountant at Kommunernes Revision.

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Martin Rubæk


Martin Rubæk

Marketing intern - Spring 2015