Timo Aarvala has been appointed as of 1st January 2024 as the new CEO of Mintly, a Finnish IT networks, security and data center solutions professional. Aarvala has served in different CEO positions since 2019 in various industries. The current CEO of Mintly, Timo Mutka, will continue as the company’s board member.
Mintly has grown into a significant expert in IT networks and security sector, consistently dedicating efforts throughout its existence to the development of new business areas. Aarvala brings robust expertise in leading the expert businesses and commercializing continuous services to the company’s next growth phase. Aarvala also possesses substantial experience in corporate transactions, which supports the company’s growth strategy.
The current CEO and founding partner, Timo Mutka, who has led the company since its inception, will become as planned as the company’s board member.
”I’m truly excited to have Timo Aarvala continue driving Mintly’s development in its next growth phase. Aarvala’s diverse leadership experience and track record in business development are compelling. His experience in expert management and his customer-centric approach align perfectly with Mintly’s way of doing business”, says Jussi Salminen, the Chairman of the Board.
”The Board of Mintly wants to thank Timo Mutka for his long and meritorious service for the company. Timo has led the company exceptionally well. Under Timo’s leadership, Mintly has become a significant player in the Finnish market, widely appreciated by both the customers and the experts. It is an honor to have Timo to join the board, and thus supporting the company in its upcoming stages of development”, thanks Jussi Salminen, the Chairman of the Board.
“I am extremely excited and grateful to start as the CEO of Mintly. The company has thrived, strengthening its market position in recent years, so I look forward to collaborating with our skilled team. Our goal is to further strengthen Mintly’s positions in the market, develop innovative solutions for our customers, and foster sustainable growth” tells Timo Aarvala.