Jonathan Løw


Jonathan Løw, b. 1978 in Denmark, entrepreneur, author and CSR expert.

After studying Danish at Aarhus University Jonathan founded the company engodsag.dk in 2003.
The company was one of Denmark's first social economy enterprises and expanded rapidly to 8 European countries. Løw received Computer World's Edison Price and was recognized as one of Denmark's 100 most promising leaders (Berlingske News Magazine) for his work.
Concurrently, he wrote the books "En lidt længere rejse" (official biography of the musician Poul Krebs) and "Kender du et barn, som har mistet?" - The latter inspired by the event World's Largest Children's Choir, which Løw also stood behind - an event that was part of the Guiness Book of Records for the world's largest children's choir (9800).

Jonathan Løw is also founder of CSR event Who Cares Wins, which of Business Magazine CSR has been called "Denmark's most important event on corporate social responsibility". He is currently working as a marketing manager for entrepreneurial and managerial training KaosPilots in Aarhus.
In addition, he is established blogger at Marketing, CSR.dk, Oestrogen.dk, hes personal Danish blog Jonathan-loew.dk and the celebrity blog Blogger Delight.