BERGEN, Norway ― January 16, 2018 Sixty today announced that it has appointed Miao Reinlund as its new Chief Operating Officer (COO) to help support the growing demand for its innovative, interactive video solutions around the world.
As COO, Miao will help facilitate Sixty’s growth and offer operational support to develop the company’s position and global reach. With a strong background in operations and communications, Miao will work on enhancing key activities, solutions and departments that will advance Sixty’s day-to-day operations, productivity and commercial growth.
Prior to joining Sixty, Miao worked as Chief Representative for Vizrt in China before becoming the Corporate Vice President of Communications for Bergen-based industrial shipping construction company, TTS Group ASA. While at Vizrt, Miao both built and lead all operations activity in China before leaving to go manage TTS’ global communications department and investor relations. Having gained a vast amount of international experience and acute business understanding at TTS, one of Miao’s primary tasks will be to will help Sixty scale-up its operations and aid in the company’s global expansion.
“We are delighted to welcome Miao to our growing team as Chief Operating Officer,” said Kjetil Horneland, CEO and founder of Sixty. “Miao is a highly talented individual with an extensive background and wide ranging experience in creating highly effective solutions, activities and communications strategies. We are really looking forward to bringing Miao on board and seeing how her unique, comprehensive set of skills can help us to develop our business and international presence going forward.”
Miao Reinlund added: “I am incredibly excited to join such a fast-growing, innovative company in Sixty. Having previously worked with a local, Bergen-based company on an international scale, I look forward to enhancing Sixty’s operations division both within the city and abroad, as well helping the company to grow its global presence from both a commercial and brand point of view.”