Rasmus Rahm is the Executive Director of the Stockholm School of Entrepreneurship (SSES).
Rasmus Rahm, born in 1982, is a Swedish business scholar and a Research Fellow at the House of Innovation at the Stockholm School of Economics. In 2019 Rasmus defended his dissertation “Epistemologies of Entrepreneurship Education: Experiments and Outcomes” at the Stockholm School of Economics. The dissertation was ranked as runner up for the AOM NFIB dissertation of the year award. Rasmus also holds a Masters of Science in Economics from the Stockholm School of Economics (2009), and certificates from Harvard University (2012) and from the Cambridge-MIT Institute (2005).
In 2019 Rasmus was the Chair for the Global Consortium of Entrepreneurship Centres Annual Convention, hosted by the Stockholm School of Entrepreneurship and its member schools in Stockholm: www.gcec2019.com
Rasmus has served at SSES for over ten years, and in his eight years as Director of Education & Training and Training, he worked closely with member universities on developing the course and activities portfolio. During his tenure as Director of Education & Training, SSES was the first non-US institution to be awarded the “Exceptional Activities in Entrepreneurship Across Disciplines” by the Global Consortium of Entrepreneurship Centres (2013). In 2018 the school was awarded the “Contributions for Exceptional Contributions to Venture Creation” from the same organisation.
Rasmus has previously served as Founding Chairperson for the Royal Hong Kong Chamber of Commerce in Sweden (2017) and interim CEO for the business incubator SSE Business Lab (2006).