Ms. Taira-Julia LAMMI

Candidate for Board-Member-at-large

Taira-Julia LAMMI
CEO
ABB Kft.

Contact details:
Cell: +36 20 417 4444 
E-mail: Taira-Julia.Lammi(at)hu.abb.com

WORK EXPERIENCE

In ABB Kft.:

  • Country managing director, ABB KFT. Hungary 09/2016 -

In ABB Oy:

  • Regional manager EUA, ABB Operations Development Group 2009-2016
  • Operations Specialist, ABB Operations Development Group 2007-2009
  • Various management positions at ABB Motors Oy 2001-2007 :
    - Development Manager for SCM
    - Delivery Control Manager,
    - Project Manager
  • Quality engineer, Quality manager, ABB Tools Oy, 1998-2001


EDUCATION
Master of Science (Technology), Tampere University of Technology, 1998
Senior Leadership Development Program at IMD Lausanne 2014

LANGUAGE SKILLS
Finnish mother tongue
English, Spanish, Swedish, German

HOBBIES
Golf, zumba, skiing, reading, theater and concerts, travel

INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCE
LTA Hungary, 2016 ongoing
STA in China 2000-01
ERASMUS student to Spain in 1995-96
Exchange student to USA in 1988-89


Why do you think membership in the American Chamber of Commerce is important for businesses operating in Hungary?

American Chamber of commerce has gained a leading position in Hungarian Business environment development by its persistent and long term work. It offers best networking opportunities and is the most influential contributor to the governmental decision from the business side. The member companies benefit of the vast programs and events of this chamber. The chamber is leading the way for future of Hungarian economic environment.

What motivates you to be an AmCham Board Member?

Influencing on important things that make business move forward is very important to me. I think the AmCham board membership is exactly the place for that. It provides an opportunity to stay on the top of things in the Hungarian business environment and influence on future.

Why do you feel you are qualified? What skills do you bring to the position of Board Member?

I have a vast experience of multinational company leadership positions over the last years in various countries. Also I am a mother of two teenage daughters and personally I believe in the diversity and openness in business culture and in life. Combining those aspects, I believe my strength will be to provide an example of how to balance between work and family and bring in ideas how to make that happen for even more people. Also the ongoing digitalization is important element in the business globally and I have seen AmCham in Hungary being consistently active on this area. From my company background I can bring fresh ideas to this discussion as well.

How have you been active in AmCham over the course of the last two years?

As Patron member I have been very active. I was as speaker in the AmCham Career School, actively contributing in the digitalization taskforce, organized international ABB speaker to the AmCham Digital event, also joined several Patron member dinners and the Business meets Government summits in the past three years.