Strategy & Brand

Strategy & Brand

The Strategy and Brand job area includes: Setting the long-term direction of the Volvo Group by creating an engaging vision and sought-after positions, effective management of the brand portfolio and long-term planning. Identifying strategic objectives and following up on them. Creating and implementing new ideas and pursuing business opportunities. Analysing external factors and drawing conclusions to ensure well-founded, fact-based business decisions.


Meet Kamila Czaja

When Kamila Czaja started working at Volvo Construction Equipment’s facility in Poland, she did so for a variety of reasons. “Volvo was a well-known employer in Poland, a company with a good reputation. What’s more, I appreciated the values of ...

Meet Bengt Köhlin

The title on Bengt Köhlin’s business card is Vice President Brand Management. Development of the Volvo Group’s brand portfolio is part of his job description. He frequently does this with all the other people in the Group who have the word “brand” ...

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Jobs in Strategy & Brand

Imagine yourself working with some of the sharpest and most creative brains in the transport and infrastructure industry, developing cutting-edge technologies and sustainable transport solutions that will change the future of society.

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Mr. Patent reaches 100

The Volvo Group’s most-patented employee of all time has reached a milestone that few other inventors can even dream of. Anders Eriksson, a Product Manager at Group Trucks Technology, – fondly known as “Mr. Patent” – now has an impressive 100 ...

Brilliant ideas for future transportation from young master minds

A cargo ship with a photo bioreactor that turns waste into biofuel while in transit. This is one of several exciting solutions when more than 500 students from around the world took on the Sustainable Chain of Transportation challenge designed by ...

Celebrating initiatives for gender equality - #EachforEqual

The Volvo Group takes a stand for gender equality. Why? Because an equal world is an enabled world.