28 November - 29 November | 12:00 - 13:00 | Kristiansand | Members only

GCE NODE and NHH Norwegian School of Economics invite you to learn more about how to develop sustainable and profitable business models.

“We are committed to the industry’s road map for a more sustainable future. In this project, we aim to increase competence on sustainability and environmental issues among executives and technical managers. We are pleased to partner with Norway’s leading business school and look forward to getting started,” says Audun Skare, Project Manager at GCE NODE.

Dyreparken Hotel in Kristiansand is the venue for the November 28-29 workshop, in which Sveinung Jørgensen and Lars Jacob Tynes Pedersen from NHH will meet leaders from a number of GCE NODE companies.

Jørgensen and Pedersen are experienced researchers and consultants for Norwegian and international business executives, providing research-based advice on how to design profitable and sustainable business models. Jørgensen and Pedersen have co-authored RESTART: 7 paths to sustainable business (Norwegian text).

Video: Jørgensen and Pedersen talk about the workshop in Dyreparken (Norwegian language)