Märtha is a trained political economist and published scholar on the future of global value chains and new technologies. She has held talks internationally on what she calls technological intuition and responsible disruption. Notions she uses to inspire individuals to lean into new technologies with curiosity, critical thinking and courage to self-disrupt.
As an original agenda-setter, Märtha Rehnberg been selected as a Leader of Tomorrow by the St Gallen Symposium for three consecutive years, and profiled as a FemTech Leader by Innotribe, the Carlisle & Gallagher Consulting Group and the Digital Finance Institute.
In 2018, she was appointed member of the High Level Industrial Roundtable “Industry 2030” by the European Commission to define and co-author a bold strategy for the future of European industries.
Märtha Rehnberg provides a young professional’s take on the technological reality we are creating. One in which the technological utopia frees us from laborious tasks that hamper creativity, encourages our mindfulness and focus to discuss and solve big issues. But also, one in which the technological dystopia deceits us into uncritical adoption and adaption, invades our understandings of ethics and privacy, and locks us to our couches streaming Netflix.
In her talks, Märtha Rehnberg talks about Technological Intuition as the new and ubiquitous skill needed to navigate key digital, super intelligence. To this end, she dives into industries that are in digital transformation to highlight some of the promises and perils that precisely depend on our ability to apply Technological Intuition.
She is a former intrapreneur at the shipping conglomerate Maersk wherefrom she spearheaded the industrywide introduction of 3D printing. Her determination to localize sustainable production has made her special advisor to a nationwide 50M DKK ‘Additive Manufacturing -hub’ in Denmark – a venture she wrote the vision for.
Märtha holds a double degree from Copenhagen Business School and Esade. She is multilingual and can execute talks in Danish, English, French or Swedish.