Five questions for Susanne Blomster
Susanne has a hand in everything aesthetic, shaping the look, feel, and overall visual expression of the brand.
What’s the best part of your job?
Being part of a team that strives to make everything a little better, never settling. And we laugh a lot.
What’s something you’ve done here at Polestar that you’re immensely proud of?
I’m proud of everything I do here in the spirit of a brand that just keeps pushing boundaries.
What job would you like to have, if you didn’t have this one?
Hmmm, a vet.
If you had a superpower, what would it be?
Tough one, you could debate this forever...if I said “flying” that would be too obvious. But maybe the ability to speak every language in the world and therefore be able to travel anywhere and communicate with everyone I meet, on their terms.
Would you rather have to read aloud every time you read, or sing everything you say?
I spend way too much time considering these things, but seeing as I enjoy singing I’d have to choose that one. I look forward to being the most annoying person in the world.
Old airbags and new solutions: putting Reykjavik on the map
For a long time, Iceland was the best-kept secret of the Nordics. But inevitably, word got out about a country bursting with innovation and green tech. And we’re here for it. Iceland’s capital, Reykjavik, is inspiring the world with its booming creativity, green solutions and high-end sustainable designs.
Beyond the Road: Hannah Catmur
Welcome to Polestar Beyond the Road. In this new content series, we will be meeting with Polestar owners from around the world and explore their story. First up, is tech afficionado Hannah Catmur. From pitching apps to Tim Cook to travelling through the South American jungles, her story is one worth telling.