Cint, the global software leader in digital insights gathering, has added Marie-Louise Howett to its executive team as Chief Human Resources Officer. In this role, she will be responsible for guiding the company’s global people, culture and workplace strategies, including supporting the company’s growth with employee and talent engagement initiatives. Howett brings more than 20 years of experience to the position and will apply her expertise in leading human resources functions for multi-national organisations in a wide variety of industries.
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“Marie-Louise will be instrumental in ensuring that our entrepreneurial culture and values of innovation, collaboration and accountability are widely communicated – and reflected in every initiative.”— Tom Buehlmann, CEO, Cint
“Marie-Louise will be an integral part of Cint’s growth, helping us continue to fulfill our vision for creating an engaging, diverse, inclusive culture, as well as driving the company’s more traditional human resources functions,” said Tom Buehlmann, CEO, Cint. “With 14 offices around the world, and a quickly expanding team, she will be instrumental in ensuring that the company’s entrepreneurial culture and values of innovation, collaboration and accountability are widely communicated – and reflected in every initiative that we undertake.”
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Howett has a professional human resources background spanning more than two decades. She has led global teams in the technology, industrial and pharmaceutical/MedTech sectors, and brings broad international experience from roles encompassing Europe, Asia and North America. Before joining Cint’s executive team, Howett served as People, Culture and Communications Director at Unilabs, a leading international Diagnostics Services provider. She has also held senior positions at global giants such as Assa Abloy, Roche and GE. Marie-Louise holds a master’s degree in psychology and work sciences from Linköping University in Sweden. She is based in Stockholm.