Daniel Korski CBE is a British-Danish entrepreneur, think tanker, ex-diplomat, philanthropist and author. An LSE and Cambridge alumnus, he notably served as deputy head of the Number 10 Policy Unit under Prime Minister David Cameron and has been one of the UK’s leading voices in technology.
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Entrepreneur, ex-diplomat, think tanker, and author
Korski co-owned and exited FreeUp, a fintech startup, Eva Healthcare, a healthtech startup servicing the UK’s health market and GovMarket GmbH in Germany, a joint venture with PwC.
He founded PUBLIC, a leading digital transformation company focused on digitising public services and is on the board of Rotowash Ltd, a floor cleaning technology company.
He has invested in more than 20 startups across Europe (including Echo, Adzuna, CeraCare, RedSift) and is currently building a new technology business that is still in stealth mode.
Korski served on the Government’s Digital Economy Council, the Coalition for a Digital Economy, was a Vice-President of the Jewish Leadership Council, and served on the board of the Jewish Museum London, founded the Welcoming Committee for Hong Kongers. His latest initiative - Forgotten Exodus - is an online archive to catalogue the stories of the Jews who left Poland in the 1960s.
Recognised with a CBE in 2016 for his public service, he embodies a blend of political acumen and entrepreneurial drive, further enhanced by his multilingual proficiency in Danish, English, French, German, Serbo-Croat and Swedish.