Skeleton Technologies is allegedly the next unicorn in Estonia. Their Vice President of Automotive and Business Development, Dr Sebastian Pohlmann, will reveal more about the emerging trends in the world of new business models and which one creates a unicorn. How can we drive business model innovation and innovation altogether through the crisis? Is the shift in business models brought about by the global crisis temporary or permanent? Does the multitude of actors in business models create opportunities or dampen profits?
Dr Sebastian Pohlmann is the Vice President of Business Development at Skeleton Technologies. He is now leading all of Skeleton’s innovation efforts and involvement in large projects on local, federal and European levels. Taavi Madiberk, CEO and co-founder of Skeleton Technologies, said: “Ever since Sebastian and I started our professional journey together, I have been incredibly impressed by his expertise and the impact he has had in turning Skeleton Technologies into the leading European manufacturer of ultracapacitors. Sebastian is one of the best experts in the field of ultracapacitor technology globally as well as a very high performer, and we want the best people in strategic positions to keep innovating.” Dr Sebastian Pohlmann obtained his PhD in Chemistry in 2014 from the University of Münster, Germany.