Kerstin Knapp is the EVP of People and Culture at Vestas, a Danish company specializing in wind energy.
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Randi Wahlsten is a business leader with a track record in the food industry.
Ali E. Cevik is the founder and CEO of the Danish Human Resources software provider HR-ON.
Kinraden is a Danish sustainable jewelry brand that works with recycled metals.
Since 2019 Runa Sabroe has been the Director Of Development at Wonderful Copenhagen, the official Tourism Department of the city.
Emil Fuglsang is Co-Founder of Matter, a Danish technology company that makes sustainable investments simple, flexible, and transparent!
Financial and technological start-up Matter is not interested in what the world means for a company, they look at what companies do for the world.
From all the podcast interviews I did, Ali E. Cevik – CEO at HR-ON – definitely stands out.
Lundbeck, the Danish pharmaceutical company, is considered to be one of the most sustainable global companies.
Outi Sivonen is Chief Human Resources Officer at Solita, a Finnish digital agency.
Can tourism ever become sustainable? Peter Rømer Hansen shares his thoughts on this and more insights on sustainability in business.
Peter works for the tourism industry and Isabel Verstraete, the host of ’16 Minutes of CARE’ asks him if tourism can ever become truly sustainable. How can tourism destinations become better from tourism, and what should be avoided?