John Alfred Hustvedt comes with more than 25 years’ experience in B2B sales in imaging and IT industry. Delivering business results by building long-term relationships with customers and business partners in both «sell to» and «sell-through» routes to markets. He works with equal enthusiasm and respect for his co-workers whether he supports local sales reps, works with C-levels, or gives presentations for larger or smaller groups. Recent work history includes managing national and international contract negotiations, as well as managing bid responses, major implementation projects, performing assessments large and complex client, dealing with all levels of contacts, from users, though C-levels of large corporations and organizations. Experience also includes Service Management software, and business development developing, go to market strategies in new territories, as well as managing OEM relationships.
Within office imaging industry, John Alfred Hustvedt is recognized as an industry specialist in Managed Print Services (MPS), a public speaker at international MPS conferences and a member of the Managed Print Services Association (MPSA). His, interest in technology and curiosity to innovation this led him to Zigurat Innovation & Technology Business School when he is currently part of the 2019/2020 class of its Digital Business Global MBA about digital transformation and disruption. The program has been designed to help implement and master the challenges of digital transformation, and upon completing, it is my goal to have gained a better understanding of innovative methodology and how digital tools can improve the strategies and processes of business.
At home in Stavanger Norway, he shares the house with his domestic partner through 18 years, Tone. His two adult daughters 27 and 30, grandson and granddaughter live in Haugesund, Norway. John Alfred splits his spare time between his family and his work as a volunteer for Norwegian Society for Sea Rescue (Redningsselskapet) where he, as a Captain, manages a crew of four in an all-weather operation at sea.