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Eps 1: where in the world is Nimo


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Eugene Daniels

Eugene Daniels

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In December, I sat down for a face-to-face conversation with Wired, and my American-born daughter helped lead the first NIMO conference in New York City.
It was a Tuesday at the end of November, and I found myself over a week ago for a daytime interview, only to confirm it last night. This is the kind of disconcerting late-summer day when nighttime darkness is as much a part of New York life as the sun. It is the first day of the year in the US and one of only a handful of places in North America where it is so close.
The 24-year-old wants to host at NIMO, which he co-founded just over a year ago. He holds a bachelor's degree from Columbia University, where he has settled in as a public policy major.
The December issue of Wired magazine, which hits newsstands in early November, is also the first in a series of interviews with NIMO's co-founder and CEO, Andrew Ng.
The market in Scandinavia is not particularly large - with South Korea as a standout exception, but many of the benefits of Nimo products are acknowledged. Indeed, according to Ng, the NIMO market in the US consists of newly built luxury apartments in New York, London, and Los Angeles. Each order brings in $10,000 in South Korea, bringing the total cost of supplying a drying cabinet to Nimo to $12,500, or about $1,200 per unit.
NIMO is the world's largest manufacturer of drying cabinets and develops energy-efficient products for the professional market that reach consumers without an external brand.
Nimo's drying cabinets are found in many countries, including China, Russia, South Korea and Australia. Nimo Managing Director Timo Taiminen said: "With our energy-efficient products for the professional market, we are reaching a global market. In addition to the USA and Europe, NIMO's energy-saving products can also be found in the USA, Canada, Australia, Japan, Germany, France, Italy, Spain and the Netherlands.
For Swedish industrial companies, South Korea is an interesting export market, and it is often claimed to be at the forefront of technology. Drying cabinets are a niche product and are unlikely to achieve the same popularity as tumble dryers, but they have proven to be an important part of NIMO's business model for the professional market.
Nimo Managing Director Timo Taiminen says that Nimo has a number of international contracts in progress and is now working to secure them. The export side is becoming more and more important for the turnover of the company, "says Timos Taimoninen.
Nimo's environmental products are sold in a number of countries including Finland, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, the United States, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. Nimo offers energy efficient drying cabinets for retailers, wholesalers and consumers in the Nordic region, as well as a wide range of products for the home.
The company was founded in 1944 and currently employs over 100 dedicated employees and has a turnover of SEK 180 million. The company was founded and currently has 100 dedicated employees in Finland, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, the United States, Canada and Australia.
Since the first order in 2002, Nimo has delivered over 10,000 units to South Korea. Korean customers are increasingly recognizing the advantages and disadvantages of Swedish drying ovens, not only in terms of quality and durability, but also in terms of ease of use, "says Dr. Joon-Hyeon Kim, CEO of Nimo. He said his goal in South Korea was to triple sales and to achieve that by the end of 2016.
Born in war-torn Liberia at the height of the well-documented civil war, he escaped the days of violence by moving to Ghana with his younger brother and parents. The US team recently reached the quarter-finals of the FIFA Under-17 World Cup, and 16-year-old Alex Nimo scored three goals to top the team's scoresheet in Kingston, Jamaica.
His celebrations go back to the days of Sir Alex Ferguson and Roger Federer, and young Alex often dreamed of playing for his favourite club Real Madrid in Brazil. Aces like Ronaldo have played alongside him and even embroidered the famous' No9 'on the jersey.
A return to his home continent of Africa would be a dream come true for Alex, and it seemed to be just the right time for a goal that would make the Old Lions proud.
Nimo's family moved to the United States from his native Kenya in the mid-1990s as a small child.
His compassion for the disabled was kindled when he broke his back in a car accident as a teenager, and while he eventually recovered from his injuries, the experience changed him forever. His carefree, active lifestyle came to a sudden halt when his world was confined to a wheelchair.