Hamburg. Marius Sylvestersen has joined Breeze Technologies’ Board of Advisors. He will be supporting Breeze’s internationalisation effort and shed light on city perspectives for product and business development activities.
Marius is the current Smart City Program Director for the City of Copenhagen. He is an expert advisor for cities and companies helping them accelerate their green and digital transformation. He has been working with the development and positioning of Denmark and Copenhagen as a leading provider of smart city solutions since the country hosted the UN Climate Change Conference in 2009. Marius has a background in social science and is a specialist in building partnerships between the public and private sector. He has created a number of significant, cross-sectoral collaborations with companies such as Google, Cisco, Hitachi, and Microsoft and has deep knowledge within verticals such as climate, energy, environment, urban development and digital technologies. He is an experienced board member within smart city, digital transformation, urban development, IoT and data.
Marius said: “I’m thrilled to be joining a company that is on a mission to create better air quality on a global scale. People are dying ahead of time due to air pollution and we need to solve this problem by using IOT and digital technologies, which is what Breeze Technologies are doing.”
Breeze Technologies’ Founder & CEO Robert Heinecke adds: “We are extremely pleased to have Marius join our Advisory Board. We are developing our solutions to create the highest possible societal impact to create transparency about and improve air quality. Partnerships with cities are key to that, so it is important for us to listen to their needs and wishes. Marius’ contribution will be essential to that effort.”