Polestar consists of people from all walks of life. We cast a wide net when recruiting people, looking for talent both inside and outside the automotive industry.
That approach has created an environment of collaboration and cooperation, free from hierarchy. Art directors rub elbows with electric propulsion engineers. Digital designers and market strategists exchange crisp high fives. Purchasers trade inside jokes with creative directors.
Their expertise in their respective fields are what brought them to Polestar. Their enthusiasm for Polestar is what unites them. And like all enthusiasts, they like to share that enthusiasm.
People visit our headquarters here in Gothenburg every day. We've decided to set aside time to meet them. From September 9th, every Polestar HQ employee will take a turn in the showroom of our headquarters, ready to greet fellow Polestar enthusiasts and share their expertise with those who come calling.
The Overview Effect: a cognitive shift in awareness reported by some astronauts during spaceflight, often while viewing the Earth from outer space. Those who have experienced it describe a new understanding of the uniqueness, fragility, and relative smallness of our one and only home. And while it’s easy to imagine the impact this must have; it seems that spaceflight is a prerequisite. Which is why we sat down with Karen Nyberg.
Polestar has never gone it alone. We’ve had plenty of collaborators, kindred spirits, and fellow EV enthusiasts with us on our journey towards sustainable electric mobility. And now, in Gores Guggenheim Inc., we have a new partner. One with whom we intend to go public, pursuant to a business combination agreement which we have signed.