Katrine Folkmann is a Ph.D. Fellow at the Department of Digitalization, working with the Danish Chamber of Commerce as an industry partner. Her research investigates the changing nature of scale and scaling in the digital age. More specifically, her current PhD project is focused on scalability as produced through digital offerings practices.
Katrine holds a BSc in Business, Language and Culture, as well as a MSc in Business and Development Studies - both from Copenhagen Business School. Prior to rejoining the institution, Katrine has spent 13 years working with different angles of international trade - both in private sector export sales; management of international projects within the public business promotion system; consultant in various private business consultancies; NGO-board member; and as self-employed. Katrine is a Danish national with a total of six years professional experience from abroad, including stationing's in Germany and Kenya/Uganda. Latest, Katrine held a position as Internationalization Adviser at Væksthus Sjælland, where she served as the regional link between The Trade Council and SMEs in Region Zealand - a synergy that has provided her with unique functional resources at hand, and a worldwide specialist network.
Primary research areas
Global scaling of Digital Offerings
Digital Service Innovation
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Thesis projects related to service platform innovation with a focus on qualitative methodologies.
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Katrine Frost Folkmann; Jonas Hedman; Michel Avital / A Typology of Digital Offerings In: Proceedings of the 55th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences. ed. /Tung Bui. Honolulu : Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS) 2022, p. 6383-6392 (Proceedings of the Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences)