More than 400 people were present at CBS’ largest auditorium to discuss what Denmark will live off in the future. We asked five participants what they learned from the day that also marked the end of CBS' centenary year.
CBS is in charge of coordinating a comprehensive data warehouse with a budget of 80 million Danish kroner. This will also provide Danish social science research with the opportunity to conduct studies that cannot be performed anywhere else in the world.
When the Danish national football team plays against Ireland on Saturday, activities on Facebook will already reveal the number of viewers ahead of the game. A new research project from Centre for Business Data Analytics, Copenhagen Business School, shows how social media behaviour analyses can deliver predictions worth more than gold to companies.
Is the foundation of innovation and skills that business and industry and Denmark rest on solid enough to lead Denmark well into the future? CBS will round off its centennial anniversary by hosting a summit attended by the CEOs of Novo Nordisk, A.P. Moller-Maersk, Arla Foods and Danske Bank to discuss Denmark’s future prospects jointly with the Danish Minister of Industry, Business and Financial Affairs, and especially how society and CBS can support both young companies and the titans of business and industry.
Danish research can be better at coming up with new ways of solving complex societal issues in, for example, the health and energy sectors. Doing so, however, requires stronger collaboration between the sciences, according to a new report from Copenhagen Business School (CBS) and the Think Tank DEA.
Observe students compete on becoming the best leader, PhD students pitch their research or a Big Data expert talk about the role of fake news on Twitter and Facebook during electoral campaigns. Visit CBS in the last autumn month of the year.