Måns Hultman, chairman of Qlik Tech, previously served the company as CEO from 2000 to 2007. Under his
leadership, Qlik Tech developed from a small, product-oriented Swedish software vendor into one of the world’s
fastest-growing software companies, with more than 7,500 customers and sales in more than 80 countries. During the
same period, revenue grew by more than 4,000%. Mr. Hultman has worked for more than 25 years in the IT industry,
serving most of the time as a management consultant. In 1992 he co-founded Sundet Investment, now one of the
investors in Qlik Tech. Mr. Hultman studied economics at the University of Lund, Sweden.
Reed e. Hundt
Senior Advisor, McKinsey & Company
Former Chairman, Federal Communications Commission (FCC)
Reed Hundt served as FCC chairman from 1993 to 1997. He currently is a director of Intel, Data Domain, Infinera,
Knogee, Tropos, Telegent, Public Knowledge, Access Spectrum, and Vanu, Inc. He is also a part-time advisor to
McKinsey & Company and a principal of Charles Ross Partners, an advisory firm. Mr. Hundt is the author of You
Say You Want a Revolution: A Story of Information Age Politics (2000) and In China’s Shadow: The Crisis of American
Entrepreneurship (2006), both published by Yale University Press.
Senior Vice President, Chief Technology Officer
Bob Iannucci heads the Nokia Research Center (NRC) and has played a defining role in the company’s research
and development work. Since joining Nokia in 2004, he challenged traditional management thinking, pushed to
establish a research environment suited to Internet ways of working, and focused on new business opportunities
and competences for the company’s future. As NRC head, he has initiated many open research partnerships with
universities and beta communities, and has been instrumental in assembling open, flexible, and geographically
focused research teams to take innovation into exciting new areas. Throughout his career, Dr. Iannucci has shown an
ability to balance scientific and technological understanding with business insight. In his role as CTO, he continues
to drive the company’s research strategy and innovation processes. Dr. Iannucci holds a Ph.D. from MIT, and is the
author and co-author of two books and several academic papers. He has five patents.
Chief Executive Officer, Creative Commons
Chairman, Six Apart Japan
Joi Ito is an American-educated Japanese activist, entrepreneur, and venture capitalist. He is CEO of Creative
Commons and chairman of Six Apart Japan. He is on the board of Technorati, Digital Garage, WITNESS, Pia Corp.,
Socialtext, and iCommons. He is the founder and CEO of the venture capital firm Neoteny Co., Ltd. In 2004, he
was named a director of ICANN for a three-year term. In 2005, he joined the board of the Mozilla Foundation. He
served on the board of the Open Source Initiative from 2005 to 2007, and is currently a director emeritus. He was a
founding board member of Ex’pression College for Digital Arts and the Zero One Art and Technology Network. Mr.
Ito has received much recognition for his role as an entrepreneur focused on Internet and technology companies, and
founded PSINet Japan, Digital Garage, Infoseek Japan, and others. He maintains a blog, a wiki, and an IRC channel.