Advice: Do not rely too much on experts

Charlie Taylor

Di’s award Business Most Powerful Woman was awarded to a series of leaden names on Thursday. Vattenfall’s CEO Anna Borg, Mercedez Benz board member Helene Svahn and Revolution Race founder Pernilla Nyrensten are three of this year’s winners. Published: 2 June 2022, 20:45“If you want to be relevant, you can not be comfortable. It requires that you make decisions that are not easy in the near future, but which are completely right in the long run “, emphasized Vattenfall’s President and CEO Anna Borg, who received the award Top Manager of the Year at Di’s ceremony for Business’s Most Powerful Woman on Thursday.She further commented the proportion of women among Vattenfall’s managers, today 30 percent. “It’s too low. We need a more even distribution of men and women, but we must also work with other aspects of diversity, ”said Anna Borg from the stage. Anna Borg, President and CEO of Vattenfall, won in the category Top Manager of the Year for Business's most powerful woman.Anna Borg, President and CEO of Vattenfall, won in the Top Manager of the Year category in Business’s most powerful woman. Photo: Pax Engström Nyström More than a hundred entrepreneurs, board professionals and directors had gathered at Restaurant Trattoria in Stockholm, where Di awarded the awards in a total of seven different categories to women in the top echelons of business, which was announced on International Women’s Day on 8 March. This year’s board professional Helene Svahn, a heavyweight in both academia and business, revealed that she will soon take on an operational role in an as yet unlicensed company in the energy sector. Almost 20 years ago, the prestigious American university MIT named her one of the world’s most promising researchers. In the autumn, Helene Svahn, professor of nanobiotechnology at KTH, was elected to the board of the German car giant Mercedes-Benz Group. Helene Svahn, professor and board professional, Mercedes Benz group and others.  water in the category Board professional of the year.Helene Svahn, professor and board professional, Mercedes Benz group and others. won in the category Board professional of the year. Photo: Pax Engström NyströmShe emphasized that the work of training the nomination committees must continue – for as long as necessary. Board recruitment is not in the long run equal, she stated. “I do not know how many times you have to say it, but it’s just to continue until we reach a higher result.” When Entrepreneur of the Year Pernilla Nyrensten, CEO and founder of Revolution Race, received her award, she made it clear that she did not wants to be called a role model. ”I do not like the word. However, I hope I am an inspirer. That’s good enough. ”Pernilla Nyrensten was also clear that a scandalously low share of Sweden’s venture capital (around 2 percent) goes to women. It is time to put an end to the prejudice that “women hand over the baton far too soon”, she emphasized. Pernilla Nyrensten, CEO, founder and owner of Revolution race, won in the Entrepreneur of the Year category.Pernilla Nyrensten, CEO, founder and owner of Revolution race, won in the Entrepreneur of the Year category. Photo: Pax Engström Nyström “When the capital market understands that women run profitable companies, can think big and build big – then I think that view changes”, said she and added that Revolution Race’s lead-heavy billion entry on the Stockholm Stock Exchange’s main list in June last year has probably already done its part. She also gave advice to new entrepreneurs: “Dare to believe in yourself. Sometimes you rely too much on experts. ”

The Most Powerful Woman in Business 2022

Every year, the Di editorial staff nominates the most powerful Swedish business woman of the year. We also nominate five winners in a number of categories. The International CEO is nominated in collaboration with the Swedish-American Chamber of Commerce in New York, SACCNY. The editorial staff’s research is partly based on data from Merit500, a database that maps, collects, and updates information on boards and management teams for the most important companies in the Nordic region and Germany. More than 10,000 companies and 100,000 people are included in the database, which forms the basis for a number of services within recruitment, gender equality reports, and remuneration reports for the board and management team. Top Manager of the Year: Anna Borg, President and CEO of Vattenfall. Owner of the year: Louise Lindh, owner Lundbergsfären. Owner of the year: Katarina Martinson, owner of Lundbergsfären. Board Professionals of the Year: Helene Svahn, Professor and board professionals, Mercedes Benz Group and others. Star Shot of the Year: Maria Persson Gulda, Technical Manager, H2 Green Steel. Entrepreneur of the Year: Pernilla Nyrensten, CEO, founder and owner of Revolution Race. Lynx International Business Award 2022: Karin Rådström, European Manager, Daimler Truck. Linnea Bolter

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