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Pontus Siren


Pontus is a Partner in the Singapore office. He is co-author of the Harvard Business Review article "Build an Innovation Engine in 90 Days."

Prior to joining Innosight, Pontus was the CEO of a biotech company that was founded together with the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm. He has published numerous articles on cancer cachexia and sudden infant death syndrome, and is a co-author in a patent on cachexia treatment.

Prior to his biotech career Pontus worked for The Boston Consulting Group (BCG) in Helsinki, Stockholm, Copenhagen and Hamburg. During his five year career at BCG, he worked across multiple industries including industrial and consumer goods, healthcare, logistics, banking, and retail. At BCG, Pontus focused on corporate strategy and international expansion.

Pontus has a BA in History from Hamilton college, MPhil (honors) from Glasgow University in Russian and East European Studies, a MPhil (honors) from Cambridge University in International Relations and a MBA (honors) from the Helsinki School of Economics.

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