Alumni Day 2017
19 May 2017 / 15:30 - 21:00
You and your fellow alumni are invited to come back to CBS to celebrate our 100th anniversary
The programme features significant research, leading the way for businesses going forward. Each talk is held by some of CBS’ brightest minds and will be curated by top professors:
Why do firms so often fail when they go abroad? | Win or lose - Why the EAC (Østasiatisk Kompagni) collapsed while A.P. Moller-Maersk became the world’s largest | Sustainable growth | På arbejde med liv og sjæl | Fake News on Facebook in US Elections 2016: Big Social Data Analytics of the Presidential Candidates | Driving competitiveness through servitization |Entrepreneurship and social responsibility by Distinguished Alumnus Claus Meyer |
Additionally, Alumni Day is designed to let you meet up with former classmates, create new professional contacts and get an insight into what CBS is about today. The programme includes:
Welcome by CBS President Per Holten-Andersen | Bubbles to mark the anniversary | Meet Distinguished Alumnus Claus Meyer | Live music by Copenhagen Phil and singer Else Torp | Reconnect with your classmates | Meet the authors of CBS through 100 years | Live jazz and DJ | Meet members of CBS’ alumni associations | Visit the photo booth | Guided tour of Student & Innovation House | CBS movie premiere and popcorn | Start-up pitches by entrepreneurial students | Guided tour of campus | Win prizes throughout the day | Special book offers and book signing | Nexus Student Bar will be open
More to be announced upon registration!
Registration fee: DKK 350,00
Choose talk for Alumni Day
"Entrepreneurship and social responsibility” by Claus Meyer, Distinguished Alumnus 2017
“Why do firms so often fail when they go abroad?” by Marcus Møller Larsen
“Win or lose – why the EAC (Østasiatisk Kompagni) collapsed and A.P. Moller-Maersk became the World’s largest” by Martin Jes Iversen
"Sustainable growth?" by Mette Morsing
”På arbejde med liv og sjæl” ved Pernille Steen Pedersen
“Fake News on Facebook in US Elections 2016” by Ravi Vatrapu
“Driving competitiveness through servitization” by Thomas Frandsen
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