Swedish-born Isabella Löwengrip is the youngest and most influential social media star in the sphere of empowering female entrepreneurs and supporting women’s work life balance. In March 2018, she was named the “Most powerful businesswoman of the year” by Swedish business magazine Veckans Affärer.
Löwengrip opened to SAS about her thoughts on the award and her story. Learn why she is going to be the next Estée Lauder and how she aims to empower others.
About Isabella Löwengrip
Swedish-born Isabella Löwengrip is the youngest and most influential social media star in the sphere of empowering female entrepreneurs and supporting women’s work life balance. Veckans Affärer proclaimed Isabella Löwengrip Sweden’s most powerful businesswoman in 2018. Today, the 27-year-old entrepreneur has more than 1.5 million readers a week and has completely changed the way people perceive entrepreneurship, influencer marketing, and female self-fulfillment. Isabella is a multi-entrepreneur with more than 50 employees and has, over the last four years, managed to create the fastest growing beauty company in Sweden, to name just one of her many success stories.
At Nordic Business Forum Sweden, Löwengrip will talk about marketing lessons she has learned from her entrepreneurial journey.
About Nordic Business Forum Sweden
Nordic Business Forum will host its third annual business and leadership conference in Stockholm on 7 May 2019 for 1,200 C-level executives and business owners. Meet and learn from the leading minds: Simon Sinek, Ryan Holiday, Isabella Löwengrip, and Sahar Hashemi.
Every once in a while, any leader needs a break from the day-to-day to discover new business ideas and meet their peers in a beautiful setting. At the event, upgrading your leadership-thinking is guaranteed and meetings with other attendees are easily arranged. We also pride ourselves on excellent customer service and a top-notch speaker lineup. Together, these things have kept people coming back for more.
Nordic Business Forum is Europe’s leading conference series with events in Finland, Sweden, Norway, and Denmark.