He was earlier Denmark’s ambassador to the global tech industry (the world’s first!) and is now Microsoft’s Vice President for European Government Affairs. At KnowHow EdTech, he will talk about how technology met the challenges of the corona pandemic.

Casper Klynge is well known in the tech industry as an outspoken and respected figure. He has a long diplomatic career and has among other positions been Ambassador of Denmark to Indonesia, Timor Leste, Papua New Guinea and ASEAN, and to the Republic of Cyprus.

Klynge now has responsibility for all of Microsoft’s government affairs and public policy work across the continent. He serves on the senior leadership team of Microsoft’s CELA group.

Klynge holds a master’s degree in political science from Copenhagen University, and is a 2009 Marshall Memorial Fellow.

Casper Klynge will take part on 23 September between 12.00 and 14.00 CET.

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