Linnéa Kornehed, b. 1992, is the CMO and co-founder of Einride, a Swedish technology company that designs, develops, and sells driverless electrified trucks and logistical solutions to transportation companies. In 2019, Einride became the first player in the world to put an autonomous truck on a public road, when the company extended its testing activities in Sweden outside of enclosed areas, marking a new milestone in the history of road transport. As a CMO at Einride, she is heading all marketing, communications, design and public affairs of the company. She also serves on its board of directors. Under her leadership, the Einride brand has garnered attention across the globe, from the US to the EU and China, and at stages ranging from the World Economic Forum to Slush. The company has established strong relationships with a wide range of stakeholders: attracting blue-chip clients and partners, top talent on the job market and sought-after investors on the capital market. Since its founding in 2016, Einride has constantly been acknowledged as one of the most promising startups globally: ranked by business intelligence firm CB Insights as one out of 36 companies that can change the world in 2020, and as one of TechCrunch’s 48 Top Picks in 2018. The company has also been featured by the Financial Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Wired, CNN, BBC and others. At age 27, she is the youngest CMO currently at any globally recognized startup selected by either TechCrunch and CB Insights. Before founding Einride, she worked with product development at several startups, and as an IT consultant. She holds a B.Sc in Computer Science from Stockholm University and has studied a year of Design at IED Barcelona.