The Danish Management Society (VL)

 

VL is the leading Danish non-profit network for Industry Leaders; C-suite executives, board members, politicians and opinion leaders.

VLs purpose is to promote modern, responsible leadership by means of sharing knowledge and engaging in dialogue and, in so doing, contribute to the sustainable, financial progress and general improvement of the standard of living in Denmark and the world we live in.

 

Tivoli Congress Center the 25th of May

22/12 VL LIVE

22/12 VL LIVE

Wed. 22 Dec we streamed VL’s VIRTUAL GLOBAL UPDATE LIVE to all members. We were honoured to welcome the Danish Minister for Foreign Affairs, Jeppe Kofod, Signe Krogstrup, Governor of Danmarks Nationalbank (VL3), CEO of Atos Medical Britt Meelby Jensen (VL46), Deputy Secretary General of OECD Ulrik Vestergaard Knudsen and Peter Kaas Hammer, CEO Kemp & Lauritzen (VL73) on stage in the Virtual Global Update. VL Chairman Lisbeth Knudsen moderated the important session.

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Summit Keynote Scott Galloway

Summit Keynote Scott Galloway

Best selling author and business professor Scott Galloway – keynote speaker at the VL Summit in Copenhagen 26 October – joins CNN+ in 2022. Scott Galloways show will focus on the news and conversations where business and technology collide.

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The Reboot Summit

The Reboot Summit

“… Truly, remarkable …” …A quote by HRH Prince Charles about Felicity Aston. It is a great honor that multiple award-winning British polar explorer MBE (Order of the British Empire), Felicity Aston has accepted our invitation to speak at The Annual Danish Top Executive Summit on 26 October 2021.

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"The Annual Danish Top Executive Summit is Denmark’s most valuable networking event for top management. It’s always a source of inspiration, whether I am a participant or a speaker."

Peder Tuborgh

CEO, Arla Foods

“The Annual Danish Top Executive Summit provides an informal setting where I can meet top executives from other major Danish companies and find new inspiration. It is an event for which there is (almost) always space in my calendar.”

Flemming Besenbacher