They are Sweden’s most powerful women in techFrom left: Stina Honkamaa, Caroline Walerud, Robyn. Photo: Press/Mulling It Over/Flickr

They are Sweden’s most powerful women in tech

Publicerad: 08 March 2016, kl. 10:51

To commemorate International Women’s Day, Swedish news sites have listed the country’s most powerful women in tech.

Tobias Karlsson

On Monday Swedish business magazine Veckans affärer published a list of Sweden’s 111 most powerful business women. The list is divided into various categories, one of which is “The 13 most powerful digitalists”. These are the women that were chosen in that category:

  • Sara Mazur, Ericsson
  • Alexandra Drevenlid, Tele 2
  • Susana Meza Graham, Paradox
  • Annika Fogelgren, King
  • Anna Martinkari, Marginalen Bank
  • Anna Borg, Klarna
  • Åsa Bredin, Netent
  • Sofie Lindblom, Spotify
  • Kristina Höök, KTH
  • Lydia Winters, Mojang
  • Elina Berglund Scherwitzl, Natural Cycles
  • Louise Grandinson, Mag Interactive
  • Caroline Walerud, Volumental

On Tuesday, the news site Di Digital published its own list of “24 women that shape the future of Sweden’s tech sector”:

  • Sophia Bendz, Atomico
  • Jessica Nilsson, Northzone
  • Anna Felländer, Swedbank
  • Jane Walerud, Teclo Networks
  • Stina Honkamaa, United Screens
  • Mengmeng Du, Acast
  • Miriam Grut Norrby, Schibsted Growth
  • Ashley Lundström, EQT Ventures
  • Sabina Wizander, Creandum
  • Sara Öhrvall, SEB/Investor
  • Caroline Walerud, Volumental
  • Tuva Palm, Nordnet
  • Jeanette Andersson, Connect Skåne
  • Anna Wikland, Google
  • Robin “Robyn” Carlsson, music artist/Tekla festival
  • Sigurlina Ingvarsdottir, Dice
  • Lydia Winters, Mojang
  • Marie Wall, Ministry of Enterprise and Innovation
  • Cristina Stenbeck, Kinnevik
  • Mia Brunell Livfors, Axel Johnson AB
  • Anna Settman, The Springfield Project
  • Kerstin Cooley, Moor Capital
  • Linnea Lindau, Chalmers Ventures

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