Martin Lorentzon internet value: Martin Lorentzon is a Swedish entrepreneur and businessman who has a internet value of $three.5 billion. Martin Lorentzon was born in Boras, Sweden in April 1969. He co-founded Spotify and Tradedoubler. Lorentzon has been on the board of Teila Sonera since 2013. He graduated from Chalmers University of Technology and the Stockholm School of Economics. He co-founded Tradedoubler with Felix Hagno in 1999 and was named IT-rookie of the Year in 2001. Martin Lorentzon co-founded Spotify with Daniel Ek in 2006. In 2013 he was additionally appointed as a member of Prince Daniel’s Fellowship. In 2014 Lorentzon was named the Swede of the Year. He obtained an honorary doctorate in 2015 from Chalmers University of Technology and in addition obtained a company award from Svenska Dagbladet. Martin Lorentzon was elected as a member of the Kungl Engineering Academy in 2001 which is underneath the Department of Education and Research. His tax invoice was debated in 2013 in Sweden.