Tommy Bartshukoff - Chairman
- Chairman - Avenir
- Owner - QQ-Assessments™
- Chairman - Svenska Säkerhetsentreprenader AB
- Board member - Bestshore Business Solutions Ltd
Tommy Bartshukoff pursued an international career with Volvo, Tetra Pak, Schindler and Korn/Ferry International. He is owner of QQ-Assessment™ - an international consultancy working with issues of intellectual and human capital and strategic potential assessment.
Following a period at Volvo’s headquarters in Gothenburg, he held senior sales and marketing positions for the Middle East and Africa and was Divisional Director of Volvo Bus for France and Italy, based in Paris. He then joined Tetra Pak in 1980 as Commercial Director in Mexico and, subsequently, was appointed President of Tetra Pak Brazil. From 1986 to 1991, he served as President of Tetra Pak Japan, the group’s largest operation.
In 1991 he was named Executive Vice President of the Tetra Pak Group and President Asia/Pacific, based in Singapore.
Within the Schindler Group, Mr. Bartshukoff was a member of the corporate management team as well as President Asia/Pacific, establishing the headquarters in Hong Kong.
He was also Vice Chairman of Schindler’s Chinese joint venture, as well as a board member of Jardine/Schindler and Schindler Japan.
At Korn/Ferry he had the position of Vice-President and Partner heading the Global Manufacturing Practice out of London.
He is the Chairman and part-owner of Swedish Security Enterprise, a Swedish company distributing and installing security doors & systems.
He is a speaker at international events such as the World Economic Forum, Wharton International Forum, and Stockholm School of Economics, Chambers of Commerce as well as at international company seminars / meetings
His affiliations include Director and Board Member of the Swedish Chamber of Commerce in Brazil; Founding Member Swedish Chamber in Japan; Vice President, Japan-Sweden Society; and Member of the Swedish Industry Advisory Group in Japan.
Mr. Bartshukoff holds an MA in political science from the Universities of Uppsala and Gothenburg.