RSP Systems expands with two new employees to our dedicated team

New Sourcing Manager and Business Development Manager join RSP Systems.

New Sourcing manager and Business Manager to RSP Systems
Maumita Chakrabarti is our new Sourcing Manager. She brings to RSP, more than 13 years of experience from industry and academia positions in Denmark, UK, Thailand, and India. Maumita has a background as optical engineer. Based on a strong scientific background and hands-on experience with research, design and development of prototype building. Furthermore, she will be responsible for our sourcing operations, investigating supply partnerships and new opportunities. Maumita holds a PhD in Photonics Engineering from the Technical University of Denmark, as well as 2 Master Degrees: a Master of Technology degree in Optics & Optoelectronics from the University of Calcutta in India, and a 2nd master’s degree from Heriot-Watt University, UK, MS by research in Physics.

New Business Development Manager
Nathalie Godthaab is our new Business Development Manager. As a mother of a 6-year-old diabetic girl, Nathalie fully understands the user’s needs and requirements. Due to this, Nathalie is truly dedicated to bringing an accurate non-invasive solution to the market.  She holds extensive experience in international business development and establishment of long term partnerships. Nathalie will be working to ensure the successful execution of the commercialisation of GlucoBeam®.

Most recently she worked as a Project Manager at Enterprise Europe Network, supporting leading European innovation start-ups and SMEs in their go-to-market process. Therefore she has solid experience with the implementation of highly innovative EU funded projects. She has held export and sales development positions at Sanovo Technology Group and Alumeco Denmark. Nathalie holds a Master Degree in International Management and Business Strategy from the Aix Marseille University in France. Besides working at RSP Systems, Nathalie is a volunteer at the Danish Diabetes Association implementing activities for children with Diabetes and their families.