Siduri Poli has a background as a tech expert for some of Sweden's largest media outlets, as well as a long history in the start-up industry as a co-founder and digital business developer. She is still frequently seen on national TV and newspapers.


Keynote Speaking

Siduri is frequently booked for national and international stages talking about our society regarding innovations, new technology, inclusion, democracy, entrepreneurship and positive social impact. Siduri lectures on what she is passionate about; the potential of digitization and to create a more democratic and sustainable society. Lectures are tailored to ensure relevance and value. Siduri has spoken at big events such as; Nobel Prize official breakfast, Women in Tech, Börshajen, European Cities Marketing and TEDx Umeå.

Booking requests see below.


- Coming 2018 -


-> Changers World

Co-founder, owner and president of change imperium Changers World, including operations below.

-> Changers Hub

Two entrepreneur hubs in Stockholm: 350sm in Botkyrka and 220sm in Östermalmstorg.  Besides the co-working space this hub also offers courses, lectures and an innovation studio for its members. The goal is to create a more equal society where all young people no matter name, address, gender or origin have the same chance to succeed with their ideas. Changers Hub started late 2015 and has been growing rapidly. Today Changers Hub has over 1000 young members which makes it one of the biggest hub's in Sweden.

-> Changers Stories

Personal, inspirational and a very offline lecture-concept touring around Sweden.

-> Changers Academy

Different leadership and management courses for members of Changers Hub but also for businesses who wants to evolve and be better regarding digitalisation och inclusion.

-> Social Recycling

A method in how to involve and engage young citizens living inside, and outside, of society. A study that will turn into a book 2020.

-> Mishmash

An app matching skills with needs of labor market. Co-owned and in collaboration with Arbetsförmedlingen and Post- and Telestyrelsen.

the ted talk