We’re happy to welcome Harri Kaukovalta as the newest member of our fast growing business development team! Harri joins Silo AI as a Business Development Executive to increase the adaptation of AI particularly in the energy sector and in smart cities.
Harri has 20+ years of experience in digital technology and energy sectors in global business environments. He has a proven track-record of working with digitalization, strategy and business transformation projects in the energy markets, as well as in industrial and retail sectors.
Before stepping into consulting business, Harri gained solid experience in driving major energy companies like Fortum and Caruna to adapt new business models, technology and culture, while also helping the companies meet their regulatory and transactional requirements.
Most recently, Harri served as a consultant and advisor through his own consulting firm and at the OMXH Nasdaq listed company Digitalist as their Director of Business Development. In these roles, he has developed digital growth and IoT strategies, as well as led significant co-creation programs in business intelligence and data analytics.
– I’m thrilled to join the fast growing team at Silo AI, and to work with the leading AI professionals in the Nordics and in Europe. Artificial intelligence has vast opportunities in energy businesses and smart cities, ranging from smart networks and buildings to intelligent workflows and integrations. I’m excited to start working with clients to help them utilize the potential of machine learning technologies, says Harri.
Our business development team lead Pertti Hannelin welcomes Harri to the team:
– It’s great to get Harri, and his experience with industrial, retail and energy sector clients to the team. With Harri’s background in strongly developing areas such as circular economy and renewable energy sources, I’m confident that we will be able to increasingly use our AI capabilities in projects with a big impact both in terms of business and at a societal level.
Warm welcome to the team, Harri!