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Management team

Cecilia

Cecilia

Chief Executive Officer

Cecilia has strong background in education and education managament. She speaks Swedish, English, German and some Italian. Cecilia has a degree in Education from the University of Linköping. She likes travelling, particularly in Europe and to the Caribbean Islands.

Patrick

Patrick

Chief Technology Officer

A language and programming neird, Patrick has been programming computers since he got his first C64 in the 1980s. He speaks English, Spanish, German, French, Italian, Swedish and some Portuguese. He holds a master from the Institute of Technology at Linköping University.

Eve

Eve

Senior Linguist

Eve speaks German, English, Swedish, some Spanish and some Russian. She has degrees in Linguistics, German and Russian Language Studies from the University of Lund. Eve likes travelling, reading and speaking with her friends all over the world in their own language.

Leonard

Leonard

Marketing Director

Leonard speaks Swedish, English, some French and has studied a little Irish. When not working with Langbird, Leonard is at the University of Uppsala, playing chess, in the ski slope or diving on a great reef somewhere around the world.

Ben

Ben

Research & Development Director

Ben heads up the Langbird R&D and test team. Ben is a lover of travel, food & drink. He speaks English, Swedish and enough German to get around and order a good "Bier vom Fass". Ben is a board member of Nippon Sake AB and holds a master from the Faculty of Engineering at Lund University.


Corporate Offices

Corporate Offices

Stockholm - Västerås

Langbird AB
Slagbjörnsgatan 9
722 45 VÄSTERÅS
SWEDEN

Passing by? Let us know a bit ahead and you are welcome to a coffee!

Sigurd Fafnesbane

The Ramsund Carving

This language-learning related ancient Norse carving is located close to our offices. It shows Sigurd Fafnesbane slaying the dragon Fafne. When Sigurd tastes Fafne's blood, he suddenly understands new languages, notably the language of the birds. Sigurd's sword was called "Gram" (almost "Grammar"). Sigurd also appears in other cultures and languages. He's the hero of Richard Wagner's German Operas "Siegfried" and "Götterdämmerung". In Spanish he shows up in Jorge Luis Borges "El Aleph". Maybe Sigurd is present in French, Italian or other cultures as well? If you know more about Siegfred in other cultures, we'd be glad to hear from you!