A new seminar series will help CBS alumni thinking about getting involved in one of the hundreds of startups working away each year in Denmark’s largest incubator, Copenhagen School of Entrepreneurship (CSE).
1,901 alumni live in Great Britain. But how many of them live in London, what field do they work in, and how can you get in touch with them? Here you’ll find tips on how to get the most out of the alumni network and CBS Alumni’s networking group on LinkedIn.
CBS Alumni has asked Flemming Poulfelt, Vice Dean of Research Communication and Professor at CBS, to recommend a book within his field of research; international management. Read what he recommends and find out what he is reading right now.
In September, one of the oldest alumni networks at CBS can look back on 40 years of networking, study trips and company visits. What started off as a chance to sit down for a chat with former classmates has today become a finely tuned network focusing on international business.
When you feel like picking up a book and lounging in the summer sun, it doesn't necessarily have to be a work of fiction. Three CBS professors present their suggestions for academic reading over the summer.
Moving to Qatar to work opened Lea Lønsted's eyes to having the world as a workplace. Meet the alumna who has been working at A.P. Møller-Mærsk for many years and who recently was a mentor in the mentoring network for Business Administration and Philosophy (FLØK).
CBS’ Copenhagen School of Entrepreneurship (CSE) helps start-ups go from idea to business, for example by hosting events at which entrepreneurial hopefuls pitch their business ideas. CBS Alumni joined an event to hear why CSE is reaching out to more alumni.