Tobias Nielsén (born 1975) is a graduated economist from Stockholm School of Economics and Columbia Business School, New York City, publisher and writer. He began his career as a journalist for the Swedish newspaper Expressen in 1995 and later founded the publishing house/research firm Volante where he now is CEO and publisher.Nielsén is also running the blog www.kulturekonomi.se together with researcher Emma Stenström. In 2009 he was nominated for the "Cultural Policy Research Award", established by the European Commission.
In 2013 Nielsén was named one of Sweden's 101 Super Talents by the business weekly magazine "Veckans Affärer".
Märta Margaretha af Ugglas is a Swedish former Moderate Party politician. She was Minister for Foreign Affairs between 1991 and 1994.
Annika Falkengrennée Bolin is a Swedish banker, one of Lombard Odier’s seven managing partners. She started her professional career in 1987 at Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken where she ascended through the ranks to become its President and CEO in 2005, a position she occupied until 2017. Over her career she has held various Board Membership positions and received numerous awards, most notably being repeatedly ranked by Fortune Magazine as one of the most powerful women in Global Business.
Veckans Affärer was a Swedish business magazine published on a weekly basis in Stockholm, dealing in all business-related matters both within and outside Sweden.
Jonas af Jochnick was a Swedish businessman, most notable for co-founding Oriflame Cosmetics with his brother Robert af Jochnick in 1967 in Sweden. In 2003 the brothers shared the International Swede of the Year award. As of 2006, Jonas af Jochnick was Sweden's 19th wealthiest person as estimated by business magazine Veckans Affärer.
Dan Olof Olofsson is a Swedish entrepreneur, business leader and philanthropist.
John Mikael Holtz Elvesjö, is a Swedish entrepreneur and inventor.
Fokus is a Swedish-language weekly news and current affairs magazine. It was founded by Martin Ahlquist, Lars Grafström, Karin Pettersson and Martin Ådahl. Its first publishing was in December 2005. In 2007, it was awarded the Swedish Publicists' Association's grand prize. The magazine publishes 41 issues per year and has a circulation of approximately 31,000. Fokus is editorially politically unbound. The magazine is owned and published by FPG Media, a Swedish limited company.
Elisabet Höglund is a Swedish author and political journalist, working in Swedish television and radio as a reporter. She started her career at SVT, later becoming a freelance journalist. She has written a number of books including an autobiography, and has organised many exhibitions of her own paintings; she is also a former road bicycle racer. She competed in Let's Dance during 2009 on TV4, teaming up with professional dancer Tobias Karlsson. Höglund and Karlsson placed fourth in the competition.
Åke Gabriel Bonnier is Bishop of Skara in the Church of Sweden since September 2012. Through inheritance, he is also the second largest owner of the Bonnier group.
Bonnie Roupé, is a Swedish-born international businesswoman and social entrepreneur, best known as the founder of Bonzun, a health company providing pregnant women and parents with unbiased evidence based medical information. Bonzun gives 15-20 million people in 35 of China's most deprived areas direct access to Internet and qualified maternal care. She is the innovator behind the Kexuema-app for blood testing that was launched together with the largest state owned hospitals in China, Beijing Obstetrics and Gynecology Hospital. In 2004 she started a publishing house and founded the Swedish Golf Magazine for women, Red Tee, the first niched sports magazine for women. In 2005 she was named the most promising entrepreneur of the Year in Sweden and in 2012 she was listed as one of Sweden's super talents. She was rewarded Innovation Against Poverty by SIDA 2012 for Bonzun's work spreading medical information in the countryside in China. In 2001 and 2003 Bonnie sailed on around Svalbard and from Greenland to the United States, making her one of few people to cross the Arctic Sea, Greenland Sea, Labrador Sea and North Atlantic Ocean on a 47.7 feet sailboat.
Anna Carolina Neurath is a Swedish journalist and writer. She specializes in writing business articles for the newspaper Svenska Dagbladet. In 2016 her first work of fiction, Fartblinda, was published.
Alf Rehn is a Finnish professor, author and speaker based in Denmark. He was previously the Chair of Management and Organization at Åbo Akademi University in Finland. Currently, he is a Professor of Innovation, Design, and Management at the University of Southern Denmark. Rehn works as a columnist, and sits on the board of directors for several companies, including Veikkaus.
Bonzun is a Swedish-based company, with backing from both the World Health Organization and UNICEF. Bonzun helps pregnant women get access to information previously not available online. Their main focus is pregnancy information to the Chinese people.
Charlotte Strömberg is a Swedish corporate leader. She has been CEO for the Jones Lang LaSalle Incorporated and is chairman of the board for the real estate company Castellum. Strömberg is a civilekonom.
Azita Shariaty Khalil Abad is a Swedish business executive. Since 2014, she has headed the Swedish branch of the French catering and support services multinational Sodexo where she oversees operations for the Nordic countries. In February 2015, the Swedish weekly business magazine Veckans Affärer named her the most powerful business woman in Sweden.
Gunilla Asker is SvP Marketing for ICA Sweden. In 2013, she was named one of the 125 most powerful businesswomen in Sweden.
John Filip Tysander is a Swedish businessman and entrepreneur who founded the watch brand Daniel Wellington in 2011.
Claudia Olsson is a Swedish technology expert, business leader, and speaker with a background in engineering and economics. She is CEO and founder of Exponential AB, founder of Stellar Capacity AB, an Associate Faculty member at Singularity University, a David Rockefeller Fellow at the Trilateral Commission, as well as a Young Global Leader with the World Economic Forum.
Helena Maria Stjernholm née Carlsson is a Swedish business executive who since September 2015 has been CEO of Industrivärden, a major Swedish investment firm. She previously spent 17 years with IK Investment Partners where she latterly had responsibility for their Stockholm office.
Anna Malmhake is a Swedish business executive specialised in FMCG. She is currently serving as the chairperson and CEO of The Absolut Company. She is a graduate of Stockholm University, and holds a Bachelor degree of Social Science, Business and Law.