About Katrine Kielos-Marçal

About Katrine Kielos-Marçal


Katrine Kielos -Marçal is a bestselling author on women and innovation.Her first book Who Cooked Adam Smith’s Dinner? has been translated into more than 20 languages. Margaret Atwood called it “a smart, funny and readable book on women, economics and money”. It was named one of The Guardian’s books of the year in 2015. BBC also named Katrine one of its 100 Women in 2015.Katrine’s second book Mother Of Invention: How Good Ideas Get Ignored In An Economy Built For Men was shortlisted for Business Book of the Year in Germany and for the Andrew Carnegie Medal for Excellence in Nonfiction in the US.

Katrine is the global economic commentator for Dagens Nyheter, Sweden’s largest broadsheet newspaper. She has given keynotes at institutions such as Oxford University Business and Economics Programme, London School of Economics and The Royal School of Technology in Stockholm. She has addressed corporate audiences from Kuala Lumpur to Oslo and travelled extensively with her talks.Katrine is based outside of London.

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Keynote Topics

Below are Katrine’s most popular keynote talks. She is also happy to work with professional speakers bureaus and meeting planners to tailor a program specifically for your audience.

Mother Of Invention: Why Including Women Is The Missing Key To Innovation.

Power Moves: Forecasting the Economic Impact of Women into the Next Decade.

The Venture Capital Gender Gap: How to Close It and Why We Should.