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Labster appoints Anders Kloster as CFO

Kloster brings 15 years of finance and operations experience to the creator of interactive science simulations

BOSTON and COPENHAGEN - October 20, 2022 - Labster, the world's leading platform for virtual labs and interactive science, has appointed Anders Kloster as Chief Financial Officer. He will manage global financial operations with teams based in Copenhagen, Denmark and Boston, USA. 

Kloster brings 15 years of technology sector experience to Labster, most recently from Brandwatch and Falcon.io. 

"Labster is currently going through an important transition in our journey from being a start-up serving smaller institutions and less complex deals, to becoming an enterprise growth company in need of a dynamic senior leadership team.  I am excited for Anders to come aboard and help drive the financial and operational side of our business as we go through this journey,” said Michael Bodekaer Jensen, Labster co-founder and CEO.

“Anders has previously led paths to profitability, new funding rounds, acquisitions and mergers. His track record and success CFO and COO at growth companies, his financial expertise, and his outstanding leadership qualities make him an invaluable addition to our team."  

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"I am beyond excited to join a company that not only has a phenomenal growth potential, but also has an inspiring mission that I strongly support,” said Anders Kloster. “I consider myself privileged to have the opportunity to be a part of furthering Labster’s mission to make STEM education more accessible and engaging for students all over the world.”

About Labster

Labster is dedicated to developing fully interactive virtual training simulations that are designed to enhance traditional learning outcomes by stimulating students’ natural curiosity and reinforcing the connection between science and the real world. The simulations can be used in a variety of different ways, from a full lab replacement to a supplemental learning activity. Over 5 million students in high schools and universities in 70 countries have used Labster to perform realistic experiments, learn key science concepts, and practice their skills in a risk-free learning environment. Labster’s team members are passionate about improving science learning, resulting in collaborations with over 3,000 leading educational institutions. Visit www.labster.com.