Øyvind Vada is the founder of Memetor.
Memetor turns strategy into action releasing individual and collective potential. The company has offices in Brussels, Oslo and Singapore. The concept is delivered all around the world, from Brussels, Geneva, Paris, Stockholm, Oslo and London to Mumbai, Delhi, Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok, Kigali, Cape Town and Singapore.
Øyvind Vada has led and transformed a number of corporations in various industries. He has been a board member of The Norwegian Investor Forum and The European Movement.
Vada was one of four executives in the Scandinavian consumer electronic group Elkjop when it was listed on Oslo Stock Exchange. A few years later Dixion Group, listed in London, acquired Elkjop at nearly ten times its initial stock value. Vada became the CEO of Mogul, an IT startup in Oslo. He led the initial organic and profitable growth of the company. Later after several mergers, Mogul was listed on the Stockholm Stock Exchange.
Vada holds a cand.polit degree from the University of Oslo, specialising in organizational theory, economics and communication and is currently completing his PhD at the University of Brussels (VUB). He trained as a pilot in South Carolina, and was an officer in the Norwegian Navy. He is a member of the Brussels-based research group ECCO and is co-founder of European Institute of Complexity Studies (EURICS), which focuses on research into Complexity, Evolution Theory and Pragmatism.
Øyvind train trainers and facilitators in Memetor, and work with several of our largest customers.