Stadium Appoints Goran Sandstrom to Drive Growth of Design-led Technologies


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Stadium Group has announced the appointment of Göran Sandström to the dual roles of Single Board Computing (SBC) Product Director and Wireless Sales Director, with immediate effect.

Stadium recently announced the acquisition of Cable Power Ltd., a leading provider of electronic, power and single board computing solutions, adding complementary supply chain products to the Group’s design-led offering. Last year, the Group opened a Regional Design Centre (RDC) in Kista Science City, Stockholm, to support its fast-growing wireless technologies business. Göran's appointment expands the team of high-caliber technical and commercial specialists based at the site.

Göran joins Stadium with over 23 years' experience in global technology industries including automotive, industrial, medical and telecommunications. His responsibilities within the group will extend across the power and wireless businesses; steering the product management and commercial development of key partnerships in the single board computing space and developing key wireless accounts.

His previous positions include Head of Embedded & Information Systems at Alten Sweden AB; Group Manager, XDIN AB/Stockholm; Strategic Account Director at Laird Technologies AB; and R&D Manager at Allgon Mobile Communications AB.

Charlie Peppiatt, CEO at Stadium Group, commented, "Göran is a great asset to our commercial team as we continue with the expansion of our design-led technologies business. With his long experience in technology-based industries, he will be a driving force in establishing key commercial partnerships that will deliver added value to our customers and contribute to the Group’s growth and future success."

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