So Kristian and what’s happening on Monday? on Monday is really exciting because Monday
afternoon at Copenhagen Business School at Kilen we will have a panel debate on circular economy and there’s going to be a lot of
students. I also heard that this is going to be a very energizing debate. Why is that so? Because the topic is something we can
all relate to and for this debate will be doing everything
while on bikes, generating energy just like now Oh that sounds great. What if you’re not in Copenhagen. What do you do?
Don’t worry if you’re not in Copenhagen? You will be able to
find a link to a live stream online so no one will miss out. For the panel debate will be Martin Keller, who’s an SDG consultant at Københavns Kommune and for the panel we will have Dorethe Nielsen, who is the vice president of corporate
environmental strategy at Novo Nordisk then we’ll have Heidi Larsen, who is the vice president of dense Dansk Retursystem then we will also have Henrik Pedersen, who is the cofounder of plastic change and finally we’ll have Andreas Wieland, who is associate professor at Copenhagen Business School, in supply chain risk management and they are all experts on the topic, so that’s
really exciting. That’s really exciting and you guys as a
student you’re welcome to come to Kilen and also ask questions to this very good bunch of expert panels. So the game is on the CBS case competition in global 2020. We had the case circular for zero and we had a lot of people solving
the case so we’re looking forward to seeing your solution.
Thanks for the submission and best of luck to the finalist.
See you Monday. See you Monday. Let’s go.