Caroline Søeborg Ahlefeldt is a professional business advisor, board member and a serial entrepreneur. She is a digital pioneer founding Denmark’s first internet business in 1992, at the age of 23, in addition to which she also founded and headed up Scandinavia’s first digital design education, Space Invaders.
In 1999 MouseHouse A/S was sold to Swedish listed Cell Network AB, headed by Mr. Jan Carlzon. In 2002 Caroline left Cell Network and pursued a new career as angel investor and entrepreneur, focusing on publishing, design, IT and fashion. In addition, Caroline accepted board positions in a number of larger Danish companies such as LEGO, COOP, 3XN, DYRBERG/KERN, Copenhagen Capacity and Vækstfonden. Caroline holds a BA in Media and Information Science in addition to an Executive MBA from CBS. Today Caroline lives in Copenhagen with her two children, pursuing her deep interest in novel business ideas. She is currently a Member of the Disruption Council and Chairman of the Representatives at the National Danish Arts Foundation. In 2015 Caroline was hailed as one of the 100 most important women in Denmark the last 100 years by Kvinfo and Danish Newspaper Berlingske Tidende.