• 09.08.2023

    Artificial Intelligence is not magic

    All of us ought to take a look around inside the engine room of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in order to understand the technology behind it. AI has enormous potential, and we need humans to give it instructions. Meet researcher Sine Zambach from Copenhagen Business School (CBS). She is a hardcore computer scientist, but also concerned with getting all of us more interested in IT, and she offers good advice on how to get better acquainted with AI technology.
  • 28.07.2023

    CBS welcomes 3260 new bachelor students

    ADMISSIONS 2023: The hopeful young people who have been offered a study place at CBS can look forward to exciting and formative years as well as an education that will teach them how to work in new ways to solve the challenges facing society.
  • 27.07.2023

    Groceries: Why you are not likely to see a big price drop

    Inflation is down as is a number of expenses in the grocery supply chain, and yet, you should not hold your breath as you wait for the great offers to arrive. Because the Danish convenience goods industry is in a special predicament, says researcher.
  • 13.07.2023

    Entrepreneurship and leadership: From dancer to director

    Entrepreneurs have previously tended to downgrade the connection between good leadership and the chance of success, which is why Copenhagen Business School (CBS) in collaboration with the Industry Foundation now offer a special leadership development programme.
  • 10.07.2023

    Prestigious award for CBS researchers: How cities attract foreign investment

    CBS researchers win prestigious award for their research on what characterizes global cities that have a solid foundation for attracting international investments. Copenhagen is one such global city and the research can inspire cities and companies to enhance their position in the global and local competition for international investments.
  • 06.07.2023

    Record number of applicants for CBS

    CBS has received 16 per cent more applications than last year. President Nikolaj Malchow-Møller is delighted about the numbers but also points out that there are multiple pathways to a stimulating and fulfilling working life.