CBS in November


Do customer clubs really result in more loyal customers? What is at stake when Denmark votes about the EU opt-out in December? How do global companies avoid the pitfalls of cultural differences? Who will become student of the year (and employee of the year)? And did the financial crisis teach the sector more responsibility? Visit CBS in November and find the answers.


Det sker i november

Do customer clubs and loyalty programmes work?
kundeklubber og loyalitetsprogrammer
Graduate night
CBS prize
CBS prize

Do customer clubs and loyalty programmes work? (Event in Danish)
Hear what 66,000 members with more than 275,000 club cards think of their customer clubs. A CBS research team is behind a new, large-scale research project which investigates i.a. whether loyalty programmes and club cards live up to customers' expectations or whether there is room for improvement. You can also hear how the vast amount of customer data generated through loyalty programmes and customer clubs can both strengthen and impair the customer clubs.

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Time and place:
2 November 2015, 09:30-16:30
The Kiln Hall, Porcelænshaven 20, 2000 Frederiksberg

Meet the Danish political parties for a debate about the EU vote (Event in Danish)
All political parties will be represented and TV journalist Martin Krasnik will be at the helm when CBS hosts a debate on Denmark's judicial opt-out and opt-in scheme. On 3 December Denmark will vote about the judicial opt-out and opt-in scheme. Join us and hear the arguments for and against from a political, judicial and business angle. At the event, the consequences of the somewhat overlooked civil law opt-out will be thoroughly reviewed by CBS experts before the political debate.

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Time and place:
17 November 2015, 13:00-17:30
Auditorium B, Stig Lommers Plads 2 (Flintholm), 2000 Frederiksberg

Who will be student/colleague of the year?
Every year some lucky and hardworking employees and students receive prizes awarded by the Danish Society for Education and Business (DSEB) and CBS. Prizes are awarded for e.g. excellent research dissemination and education. Join us for the prize-giving where the winners will be revealed and celebrated by i.a. Per Holten-Andersen, President, who will present the prizes with Birgit Aagard-Svendsen, Chair of DSEB.

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Time and place:
6 November 2015, 14:00-17:00
The Kiln Hall, Porcelænshaven 20, 24A/B, 26, 2000 Frederiksberg

International success: Avoid the pitfalls of cultural differences
This one-day conference deals with the linguistic and cultural barriers that companies can come across in global markets. Hear experts from universities in Canada, the US and Britain as well as top executives from companies such as ECCO, Arla Food, Mensch and Huawei give their perspective on how best to navigate across cultures and languages.

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Time and place:
12 November 2015, 09:00-17:30
Dalgas Have 15, 2000 Frederiksberg, Auditorium SC.033

Is the financial sector more responsible today?
After the financial crisis, the financial sector was met with a demand for more responsibility. The response has been e.g. impact investment, active ownership and engagement strategies. What are the experiences from these strategies, and how will the financial sector develop in the future? Hear what representatives from a broad segment of the financial sector have to say.

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Time and place:
19 November 2015, 17:00-18:30
SP210, Solbjerg Plads 3, 2000 Frederiksberg

13 companies present career opportunities
CBS Career Centre in cooperation with CBS Career Partners invites all master students at CBS to ”Graduate Night”. At this event 13 leading companies present their graduate programmes and other career opportunities after you graduate your master's programme. Come and network with the company of your dreams or hear more about your career opportunities.

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Time and place:
3 November 2015, 16:00-20:00
Solbjerg Plads 3, 2000 Frederiksberg



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