Patrick Berger comes from a role as client manager at Norwegian Promotion Group (NPG) and will be taking up the same position at Design Container. According to a statement issued by Design Container, Berger has a degree in Business Development from Kristiania University College and has long-standing experience of sales and marketing.
“Design Container is a company with ambitions to develop and grow. This is very appealing. They currently have many great clients, and I like the way they focus on forward-looking businesses and are committed to helping start-ups. I’m also very interested in user-friendly digital solutions, design and business development. Design Container does all three. I look forward to learning more about strategic work on branding, identity and profiles,” says Berger.
CEO of Design Container Linn-Cecilie Linnemann says that she is very pleased to have appointed Berger to her team.
“He has great business sense and strategic expertise, knows our client segment very well and will be an important contributor to our on-going growth strategy. Patrick is an excellent fit for our team, and we look forward to getting to know him better,” says Linnemann.
In addition to Berger, Design Container has also recruited Tor Bratsberg as a trainee. Bratsberg moved from West Telemark to Oslo to study Media Production at Elvebakken School where he became interested in web development and design.
“Design Container seems to be a place where I’ll be given the opportunity to learn a great deal about everything I’m interested in and want to work with later in life. I’m very much looking forward to working on projects that will be seen and used,” says Bratsberg.
Rostislav Melkumyan, a former Design Container trainee, is also joining the company as a developer. Design Container currently has 16 employees.