Now Mr. Janzon lives in San Diego with his American wife Rebecca, and two daughters 17 and 18 years old, which both are studying in San Diego. He also have a 31-year-old son living in Gothenburg, Sweden.
As the President of SACC San Diego Mr. Janzon wants to focus on cleantech companies and with his engineering background he can bring a broader understanding of these concepts. He also wants to build strong connections to Sweden through his good connections with Västsvenska Handelskammaren in Gothenburg, Sweden's largest chamber of commerce. Furthermore Mr. Janzon wants to be a mentor and support for the management associates of SACC San Diego.
1994 Mr. Brunmark started working at Johnson & Johnson and has stayed there since. During his years at the company he has worked with drug research within the fields of protein chemistry, immunology and cancer discovery, ”enabling technologies” of different kinds, external relations, and much more.
Mr. Brunmark will contribute with his great knowledge within pharmacy and biotech and his connection to biotech companies in San Diego. Having worked in various functions in pharmaceutical research, he has also received exposure for everything from identification of targets for Phase 2 trials. Mr. Brunmark hopes to give good advice and help to establish contacts in these areas.
In ’96, after eight years in the US, Sweden “pulled” and he returned to Malmoe. His first job at home turf was with GUL watches, a successful company which was voted, “Company of the Year - 1998” (Veckans Affärer). After two years of valuable know how with GUL, he started a job as export sales person for BRIO. After being promoted to Export Manager and then sent to Japan to establish BRIO Japan KK, a huge opportunity opened up. Investment firm Proventus had in 2004 acquired BRIO, and I was called home from Tokyo to lead the BRIO sales division at +$100M.
However, two years of brutally hard work was enough for him and in 2007 he decided to move on after eight years with lovely BRIO. Shortly thereafter, he was offered a position as VP of Sales with DORO, a Lund based fast growing telephone company. Nevertheless, his Canadian wife then said that she had enough with our crazy lifestyle and tight schedule, so before he started to work for DORO, they decided to take “pick och pack” and move back to her hometown – Montreal. Upon landing in Montreal in June of 2007, he was contacted by the Swiss cycling apparel company, ASSOS of Switzerland (www.assos.com), to establish a North American subsidiary. Seven years of hard work in Montreal followed by another two years in San Diego where he now work. He’s proud to assert that in this summers’ Rio de Janeiro Olympics, team USA will be wearing ASSOS cycling clothing from top to toe.
He hope that his experiences and thorough network of people around the globe will further contribute to the recent success that SACC – San Diego has realized. He gets a kick out of supporting talents with inquires about anything from personal management and opportunities, to strictly business questions. On a recent outing with some SACC management associates, he encouraged these up and coming young stars to have courage in life. After all, it is because of this trait that his journey has taken me back to San Diego again.
Mr. Meyer is highly experienced in all business immigration practice areas (both immigrant and nonimmigrant) including Immigrant Investor matters (E-1, E-2, L-1, EB-5 and Regional Center representation), H-1B, L-1, O-1, Outstanding Researcher, Extraordinary Ability, Multinational Manager, Exceptional Ability, National Interest Waivers, TN, and immigration compliance for start-ups and multinational corporations. Mr. Meyer is also a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA).
Brandon Meyer can provide legal services or connections to other legal service providers in the San Diego area for SACC's international members. Mr. Meyer has connections to relocation or global mobility assistance companies that can help provide a smooth transition for Swedish or other Scandinavian citizens to immigrate to, invest in, and start up business in the United States. Having worked with numerous HR Managers and Directors with the largest tech companies in San Diego, Mr Meyer can provide knowledge and resources to help SACC with their marketing and focus.
The Swedish American Chamber of Commerce in San Diego is a thriving network of companies and individuals interested in the commercial and social exchange between Sweden and the Southern California’s San Diego region.
SACC is partly funded with City of San Diego Funds.
Swedish American Chamber of Commerce - San Diego
4475 Mission Boulevard, Suite 211
San Diego CA, 92109
Phone: +1 (858) 276 1210