Martin Lorentzon can be described as a Swedish entrepreneur. He was born on April 1, 1969, and he is also the co-founder of Tradedoubler and Spotify. It must also be noted that between 2013 and 2018,
Martin Lorentzon was a member of the Board of Telia Company. He has been an expert on Sweden’s immigrant integration issues for the Moderate Party Commission New Swedish Model since April 2019.
He had his education at Sarlaskolan Primary School where he developed the passion of becoming a billionaire . For his high school education, Martin Lorentzon attended Sven Eriksonsgymnasiet and he was in the Technical department.
Later in 1990, Martin Lorentzon commenced his studies at the Chalmers University of Technology. While at the University, he studied Industrial Economics. He graduated with a Master of Science and Engineering degree.
He also undertook economics studies or courses at the Gothenburg School of Business, Economics and Law.
It must be stated that Martin Lorentzon studied Economics at the Stockholm School of Economics.Martin Lorentzon also learned Rhetoric and Augmentation at Stockholm University. Initially, in 1995, Martin Lorentzon had an internship at Telia and also worked for AltaVista after moving to San Francisco.
He got employed at Cell Ventures and also met skilled web entrepreneurs in Silicon Valley. Martin Lorentzon also met Felix Hagno. In September 199, he founded Netstrategy which later transformed into Tradesoubler.
Spotify was born due to the partnership between EK and Lorentzon. Martin Lorentzon left the board of Tradedoubler and offered EK one million euros.
Spotify was registered in July 2006 and it started as a music streaming service.
The parents of Martin Lorentzon were Brita who worked as a teacher and Sven was an economist. Martin Lorentzon had two older siblings.
Martin Lorentzon Net Worth
The net worth of Martin Lorentzone is estimated to be $4.9 billion mostly amassed from his businesses and investments.