In May 2014, Cybercom was visited by Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt and UN chief Ban Ki-Moon

The UN chief was so impressed by Cybercom's recruitment of international expertise, and by its CSR work such as with SOS Children's Villages in Rwanda, where Cybercom has built mobile networks, that he invited Cybercom’s CEO Niklas Flyborg to the UN Climate Change Summit in September 2014, in New York.

Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt, Cybercom's CEO Niklas Flyborg and UN chief Ban Ki-moon visit Cybercom in May in 2014.

Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt, Cybercom's CEO Niklas Flyborg and
UN chief Ban Ki-moon visit Cybercom in May in 2014. 

The Climate Summit served as a public platform for leaders at the highest level – all UN Member States, as well as finance, business, civil society and local leaders from public and private sectors – to catalyze ambitious action on the ground to reduce emissions and strengthen climate resilience. By promoting climate action, the Summit aim was to show that leaders across sectors and at all levels are taking action, thus expanding the reach of what is possible today, in 2015, and beyond.

Cybercom visits SOS Children's Villages in Rwanda in 2014.

Cybercom visits SOS Children's Villages in Rwanda in 2014.

UN selected Cybercom as an important ICT company to drive the climate change using connectivity to enable a more sustainable future.

The Swedish newspaper Svenska Dagbladet wrote about Cybercom’s visit in UN:

Cybercom's CEO discusses labor migration in the UN (2014-09-22, svd.se in Swedish)

Global competence to global clients (2014-09-25, Svenska Dagbladet print, in Swedish)

English translation of the article Global competence to global clients


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