At OSAA, we strive to create a better day for all people regardless of age, race, health and economic status. By challenging the conventional way of thinking, we want to improve the quality of life for the society around us.
Currently, our primary focus lies within the medical sector. We are interested in improving the way patients have been treated for decades, in order to facilitate these processes for both the patients and health professionals.
By combining user-focused approach and simple mechanical engineering, we aim to create simple yet effective and user-friendly products that will help numerous people around the world.
Starting off as an industrial designer Alexei Cernenco later on ventured into Economics. Pursuing interest with economics and emerging technologies he achieved bachelor degree in Business Administration and Infotmation Systems from Copenhagen Business School.
Chairman of the Board
Hans Henrik is CEO of City Property Holding A/S, representing lead external investor in OSAA, and a family office with main activities in real estate, investment and private equity. Hans Henrik has a background is economics, finance and audit from Copenhagen Business School. Hans Henrik contributes to the Board with knowledge in finance and investment.
Co-founder Jes Broeng is an entrepreneur and a professor at the Technical University of Denmark and guest lector at Berkley University. He has extensive experience in business development, product development, sales and licensing.
Helle Jørgsholm is an experienced lawyer that has been working with a great variety of cases. She has years of experience in negotiation and counselling concerns regarding intellectual property. Throughout the years she has been part of great number of succesuful negotiations, as result gaining substantial knowledge about various contractual facets.
The Sutardja Center and the Jacobs Institute for Design Innovation are partnering with OSAA Innovation for a design and build challenge. Teams of graduate students with experience in mechanical engineering, medical devices, design and fabrication will help design and build a prototype of the device that improves IV-treatment.