KARLSTAD, Sweden – Anna Ryott has been elected to join the board of Löfbergs Coffee Group. Anna has long experience from different positions in Swedish business. Today, she is working chairman in Summa Equity, a venture capital firm with focus on sustainable and profitable investments. She has previously worked as CEO at Swedfund, the Development Finance Institution of the Swedish State, and as secretary general of SOS Children’s Villages in Sweden.
She has also had management positions at McKinsey and Storåkers McCann.
– I have always been impressed with Anna’s commitment to sustainable social and business development. She has a unique combination of knowledge and experiences, and she will be an important resource in our continuous work to create sustainable growth in the long term. We are in an exciting phase where Anna’s qualifications will be really valuable, says Kathrine Löfberg, Chairman of the Board of Löfbergs.
– An exciting task in a successful family business with sound values. Löfbergs has always had a great focus on sustainability and been able to turn it into a business advantage in a good way. I believe that the company has a great opportunity to grow even stronger, and I look forward to be a part of the onward journey, says Anna Ryott.
Löfbergs was founded in 1906 and is fully-owned by the Löfberg family, in its third and fourth generation. Löfbergs has a turnover of SEK 1.9 billion and is operating on about ten markets in Northern Europe and Canada with the brands Löfbergs, Peter Larsen Kaffe, Percol, Green Cup, Kobbs and SuperBonobo.