Green Business Forum
Join us at the first Green Business Forum
During two days and more than 25 activities business professionals, students and researchers will meet to schowcase results and best practices, acknowledge where aciton is sill needed and get inspiration on what to do.
Register for day one, Tuesday April 18
Register for day two, Wednesday April 19
Exploring the fine line between greenwashing and a proactive sustainability strategy,
Wednesday April 19, 16.00-17.00 at Deloitte Auditorium
Registration is required
How do you act proactively in the green transition without being accused for green-washing? Is the media even interested in communicating these complex issues? And how do you secure realism in setting and reporting sustainability targets? Based on Danske Banks recent experience with launching their ambitious climate plan, the panel will debate these difficult dilemmas, that most companies currently have to deal with.
Kristin Parello-Plesner, SVP and Head of Group Sustainability, Danske Bank
Susanne Stormer, PWC Partner and Sustainability Lead & CBS Adjunct Professor
Annette Stube, Head of Sustainability at Storenso & CBS Adjunct Professor
Rune Lykkeberg, Information & CBS Adjunct Professor
Podcast-recording. Featuring Majken Schultz – thought leader and practitioner,
Wednesday April 19 13.30-14.30 at Kilen S.43
Emil Husted, Associate Professor at CBS, will record a live podcast featuring Professor Majken Schultz. Majken has an impressive research background and currently addresses green transition management from a time perspective in the research project ‘Making Distant Futures Actionable: Innovating for Zero-Carbon Future’. Majken herself also has to tackle real world sustainability management dilemmas as the Chair of Carlsberg Foundation.
Associate Professor Emil Husted, CBS
Professor and Chair of Carlsberg Foundation, Majken Schultz
Forget the start-up wisdom from Silicon Valley if we want to scale green tech companies,
Tuesday April 18, 13.30-14.30 at Kilen S.54
Cornel and Laurits are both full of knowledge, ideas and inspiration on green transition governance. They will share insights on how to overcome valley-of-death financing issues for green hard-tech companies and suggest the need for new approaches to scaling this type of companies if we really want to accelerate green transition. This debate between practice and theory will probably also touch upon the role of regulation versus market. Here, they probably will not agree, but they will give input for personal reflection. Malte, the CBS student who brought the two together, will bridge, structure and highlight key take-aways.
Laurits Bach Sørensen, Partner & Co-Founder, Nordic Alpha Partners
Cornel Ban, Associate Professor, CBS
Malte Werner, CBS Student, Climate Club
Organizing for Transformative Innovation,
Tuesday April 18, 11.30-12.30, at Kilen S.54
To pursue green transition companies have to transform their organizations and how they innovate. This event takes the form of a real-time research interview, where researchers deep dive into the organizational challenges and learnings of a case company. Sit in and experience both research and practice and get inspiration from the reflections.
Jane Bjørn Vedel, CBS Associate Professor
Jakob Hasselbalch, CBS Associate Professor