Celine Berggren-Clausen

Strategic Change Leader

City of Malmo

Celine Berggreen-Clausen is a strategic change leader at the City of Malmö in Sweden. Her
responsibility is to catalyze and coordinate Malmö Smart City - the main activities including open
data, internet of things and data management – with citizen value and change management in focus.
Celine has an academic background in economic geography and geographical information systems
from the University of Copenhagen, Lund University and Gothenburg University School of Business,
Economics and Law. In the role of strategic change leader she is one of the driving forces behind The
digital Malmö, from its technical solutions to policy development, value creation and innovation. She
formerly served as working group leader and action leader in the Urban Agenda for the EU
partnership on Digital Transition and other cross-border digitalization projects. The objectives of
these have been to provide improved public services to citizens, to support European cities in
exploiting the possibilities of digitalization, and assist European businesses to develop new
innovations and create new business opportunities for global markets. Her work has been rewarded
with the Special Achievement in GIS Award (Esri Inc.), Open Knowledge Award (Open Knowledge
Foundation) and others.

Celine Berggren-Clausen

Strategic Change Leader

City of Malmo

Celine Berggreen-Clausen is a strategic change leader at the City of Malmö in Sweden. Her
responsibility is to catalyze and coordinate Malmö Smart City - the main activities including open
data, internet of things and data management – with citizen value and change management in focus.
Celine has an academic background in economic geography and geographical information systems
from the University of Copenhagen, Lund University and Gothenburg University School of Business,
Economics and Law. In the role of strategic change leader she is one of the driving forces behind The
digital Malmö, from its technical solutions to policy development, value creation and innovation. She
formerly served as working group leader and action leader in the Urban Agenda for the EU
partnership on Digital Transition and other cross-border digitalization projects. The objectives of
these have been to provide improved public services to citizens, to support European cities in
exploiting the possibilities of digitalization, and assist European businesses to develop new
innovations and create new business opportunities for global markets. Her work has been rewarded
with the Special Achievement in GIS Award (Esri Inc.), Open Knowledge Award (Open Knowledge
Foundation) and others.