Kaj Juul-Pedersen(born 1946) is a Master of Engineering from the Technical University of Denmark, and also completed management programmes from CEDEP (Fontainebleau)and the University of Michigan Business School. In 1972-1997, he worked for Ericsson and held senior executive positions in Denmark, Sweden, England and Poland. In 1997-2001, he worked for Telia with responsibility for Denmark and Poland. As Chairman of the Board for Netia, Telia’s Polish branch, he led the company’s IPO on NASDAQ in 1999 and on the Warsaw Stock Exchange in 2000.
Since 2001, Kaj Juul-Pedersen owned his own company, SITELLA ApS (www.sitella.dk), through which he invests in technology companies and offers consultancy services. Previous investments and directorships include NetTest and Tektronix (NYSE:TEK), as well as consultancy activities for Allianz, Ratos, LD Equity, Euromaint.
Currently, Kaj Juul-Pedersen is Chairman of the Board for Dencrypt, 2operate and Online-Results, and a board member of the Danish Railway Museum and a member of the Advisory Board at DTU Space at the Technical University of Denmark.
In 2007, Kaj Juul-Pedersen received The Technical University of Denmark’s gold medal and, in 2015, was named an honorary alumnus of the university.