Aurore Belfrage is a technology investor, geopolitical advisor, and sustainability strategist. She is the founding partner of BCB Ventures and a co-founder of SusTechable, a think-tank and advisory group operating at the crossroads of sustainable tech and public affairs. She also operates as a senior advisor for the Swedish National Center for Artificial Intelligence, the city of Helsingborg, and Consilio International, a geopolitical risk strategic advisory firm. She holds various board positions including Ferronordic, Bubbleroom, and City.ai.
From 2016 to 2019, she held the position of Head of Early Stage at leading European VC EQT Ventures (which she still advises) while also working as a leading columnist for Swedish daily Svenska Dagbladet covering tech, government policy, and international relations. Aurore is a graduate of the Stockholm School of Economics. She started out her career as a Country Manager in Italy and the Czech Republic for the Swedish recycling group Stena Metall. In 2011, she co-founded the global fintech startup Wrapp with Skype founder Niklas Zennström and Linkedin founder Reid Hoffman as early investors. In 2014, she joined the digital media Your Middle East as Partner and Head of Entrepreneurship and Investment and effectively toured the region as a standup comedian on tech.