Jessica Cederberg Wodmar
Jessica Cederberg Wodmar is a sustainability coach and communication expert with over 25 years experience in state, municipal , private and voluntary sectors , nationally and internationally. Jessica has been awarded the ” Inspirer of the Year 2010 ” by the magazine leva! and is a frequent speaker and moderator . Author of the books Hyfsat Hållbar 2014 and Klimatkoden 2009. Leading Veckans Affärers Hållbarhetspodd, a business focused sustainability podcast.
Annika Lidne is well known in the Swedish startup and internet communities. She is co-founder and CEO of the SaaS startup Dramatify, and also consults on digital communication, change and management in her own company. She is a senior advisory board member at Stockholm’s premier startup hub SUP46. She is also the the head author of the Swedish Startup Manifesto that have gotten a lot of attention both in media and within the Swedish government and political parties. Annika also often seen as a moderator and a public speaker within the tech, startup and internet space.
Dr. Brown is a writer, researcher, consultant, entrepreneur and lecturer on creating value. Dr. Brown is also the former Dean of the Stockholm School of Entrepreneurship and an Associate Professor in Entrepreneurship and Innovation and head of Industrial Marketing and Entrepreneurship Division at the Royal Institute of Technology. He is also the Program Director for the Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management Masters Program at KTH.
Peter Krantz is an open government advocate and the CIO at the National Library of Sweden. Previous positions include the E-government delegation and a member of the advisory bord for the former minister of IT. He believes openness can play a fundamental role in how the public perceives government and that open knowledge will enable people to increase their quality of life.
Serdar Temiz is the chairman of Open Knowledge Sweden and also Open Knowledge Foundation’s ambassador in Sweden. OKFN is a worldwide non-profit network of people passionate about openness, using advocacy, technology and training to unlock information and enable people to work with it to create and share knowledge.