In addition to running the Nordic FoodTech Podcast, I work as a consultant on different projects focused on building our future food system through partnerships. Typically, I partner with corporate innovation divisions or corporate venture capital arms to co-design their investment and partnership strategy. I also connect them to the ecosystem by sourcing investment and partnership opportunities. Examples of deals I have worked on include PINC’s investment into Kaffe Bueno and Ingka’s investment into Doconomy.

You can think of this work as a business matchmaking. I often refer to it as collaboration-as-a-service. All of my work no matter who I partner with focuses on how we can facilitate connection between uncommon partners to better our food system.

In addition to my consulting work, I offer keynotes, moderate conferences, and facilitate workshops as well as panel discussions. I also coach a small roster of clients.

Prior to entering the food space, I was a founding team member of SingularityU Nordic where I served as Director of Entrepreneurship and Community guiding entrepreneurs and intrapreneurs to leverage smart technologies—such as A.I., nanotechnology, blockchain, and digital biology— to solve the global grand challenges.

I have an MSc in Management of Innovation and Business Development from the Copenhagen Business School and a Bsc in International Business from the Copenhagen Business School. I’m a GLOBE Scholar and a proud alumni of AFS and Nest Copenhagen.

I’ve spent my career as an ecosystem developer first in the tech space before moving into food. If you’re curious to hear me share

The podcast puts a spotlight on individuals and organizations creating the future through food. Listeners come from 80+ countries and I’ve interviewed almost 100 stakeholders across the food value chain on their vision for the future and how they’re working on getting us there.  I always ask guests what collaborations / help they are looking for and how someone listening can best get in touch with them if they have the answer. The goal is to foster more peer-to-peer connection. My firm belief is that it will take all of us working together to solve food and the more like-minds we can connect cross-industry the better.

I also work as a consultant offering collaboration-as-a-service to facilitate connection between uncommon partners to accelerate our future food system.

Prior to entering the food space, I was a founding team member of SingularityU Nordic in Copenhagen where I served as Director of Entrepreneurship and Community to guide entrepreneurs and intrapreneurs to leverage smart technologies—such as A.I., nanotechnology, blockchain, and digital biology— to solve the global grand challenges. I also ran their accelerator program.