Inaugural lecture by Adjunct Professor Claus Meyer

Claus Meyer will share his experiences from combining social entrepreneurship, sustainability, corporate social responsibility and business

Wednesday, October 29, 2014 - 16:00 to 18:00

Claus Meyer
Photo: Thomas Grøndahl

For more than 30 years Claus Meyer has challenged conventional thinking in agriculture, food production and cooking. He has inspired a generation to rediscover local Nordic produce through cookbooks, TV shows, cookery schools, lectures, public food debates and produce from his own orchard.

Co-founder of The Best Restaurant in the World, noma, 3 years running, Claus Meyer, today has decided to invest himself in the idea of unfolding the potential of indigenous food cultures beyond the Nordic. When in 2004 Meyer co-authored the New Nordic Food Manifesto, he and noma were in pursuit of purity, simplicity and freshness based on seasonal foods that make the most of the local region’s climate, water and soil, but he had no firm idea about the types of impact those ideas would eventually bring.

In his inaugural talk, Claus Meyer, a CBS alumni and cand.merc.int., will share his experiences from combining social entrepreneurship, sustainability, corporate social responsibility and business.

Programme
16.00 -16.05 – Welcome by Head of Departments Dorte Salskov-Iversen / Kristian Kreiner
16.05 -16.15 – Welcome by President Per Holten-Andersen
16.15 -17.00 – Inaugural lecture by Claus Meyer
17.00 -18.00 – Department of Intercultural Communication and Management and Department of Organization host a reception on the 4th floor, Råvarebygningen

Please sign up at: seminar.icm@cbs.dk

The event is organised by ICM and IOA

ROOM: Råvarebygningen 22, RS.20, 2000 Frederiksberg

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