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Career Paths: Mats Nyfors, Wärtsilä

Mats Nyfors, General Manager of Decarbonization & Co-creation at Wärtsilä acknowledges his studies as the best career investment, providing a solid foundation for his later professional roles. As a father of two young children, he finds encouragement in their optimism and excitement for the future. As an expert in decarbonization, he maintains a positive outlook, embracing time management and an open mind towards collaboration and discussions about the challenges ahead.

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Career Paths: Shaun White, Foreship UK

Shaun White, Managing Director, Foreship UK Ltd., emphasizes the significance of maintaining a work-life balance, crucial for overall well-being. Over the last five years, he has concentrated on prioritizing self-care, setting boundaries, and allowing time for recharging. This shift in mindset has been transformative, boosting his energy, productivity, and creativity while also affording him quality time with his family.

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Career Paths: Martin Penney, LR OneOcean

Martin Penney advocates prioritizing fulfillment in our work; he emphasizes that life is too precious to spend in roles solely for career advancement. With a fervent enthusiasm for digitalization, Martin, as the new CEO at LR OneOcean, is excited to lead the industry's digital transformation and its move towards decarbonization.

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Career Paths: Rob Parkin, Bazeport

Rob Parkin, Business Development Manager at Bazeport, underscores the transformative impact of emerging connectivity technologies in the shipping industry. These advancements not only pave the way for increased digitalization but also present unique opportunities to optimize both operational efficiency and crew well-being.

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Career Paths: Astrid Seltmann, Nordic Association of Marine Insurers (Cefor)

Astrid expresses her concern about the risk of being overwhelmed by the sheer volume of available information and emphasizes the importance of prioritizing a clear understanding of objectives and business intelligence goals. Finally, she advocates for letting these objectives guide the selection of data and tools, rather than being solely influenced by the abundance of available data.

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