• Bo Chamberlain has spent more than 20 years in Telecommunications in various executive positions.
  • In the early 1990’s he took part in transforming Denmark’s former telco monopoly, TDC, from a national to an international carrier with operations in more than 10 countries. He served as Project Manager Networks and Technology for Central and Eastern Europe on what later became PolkomTel S.A. After a few years spent restructuring the network operation in TDC’s home market, Bo accepted the role as CTO of Talkline in Germany from 1998 to 2001. There he built up the fixed network operation from scratch in the newly liberalized German market.
  • In 2001 he moved to Sunrise in Switzerland, where as an Executive Director and CTO for 5 years, he headed the merger of two networks and two network operations, rolled out 2G, 2.5G and 3G networks, thousands of kilometers of copper and fiber cables, all the while delivering Best-in-Class operations in virtually all aspects. Shortly after TDC became the successful target of an LBO by a private equity group in 2006, Bo returned with his family to in Copenhagen, where he took on the position as Vice President with responsibility for Production & Service Delivery to TDC’s business customers. In 2007 he was promoted to Senior Vice President with responsibility for the Field Force & Services, and later took on end-to-end responsibility for service delivery to all TDC’s customers.
  • After TDC was reintroduced to the Copenhagen Stock Exchange in December 2010, Bo decided it was time to continue his career outside the wings of TDC. Since then he has taken a well-deserved timeout reflecting on his past experiences, working in different interim jobs, among others as Senior Advisor and CTO for bemymobile.com and Senior Advisor and acting COO for Netia S.A., Poland’s largest and best-known alternative telco, based in Warsaw.
  • Bo’s passion and strength is putting together strong teams, developing and preparing individuals and teams to tackle tough challenges and deliver on ambitious goals in changing environments. He is most happy when working with an inexperienced team consisting of a mix of young and older people he can help to become more professional and to realize their full individual and team potential.
  • Living in Copenhagen – or wherever the next adventure brings him – Bo’s non work life evolves around his wife, two children studying at the university, two dogs (American Cocker Spaniels), his garden (where he loves to make things grow), his summerhouse midst vineyards in Provence, France, the kitchen (where he loves to prepare meals for family and friends), long walks in the woods with his dogs, reading spy and sci-fi novels, and the occasional old-fashioned role playing computer game.