We are delighted to invite you to our upcoming EACD / K1 event in Århus:
How To Be The Trusted Advisor – The CCO role in transformation
What are the current challenges for the trusted advisor to the CEO? How do you orchestrate the massive communications-task for a global company with multiple agendas, stakeholders, and changes? And how do you reflect on starting in a new company as the CCO?
EACD and K1 invite you to Jutland Summit 18. We will present two of the most prominent Danish communicators, both started in new positions in two of the most recognized and biggest Danish companies, Danfoss and Danish Crown.
Kenth Kærhøg, Senior Vice President of Communication at Danfoss and Vice President of Communication Astrid Gade-Nielsen of Danish Crown, both started in the positions last summer and will share their thoughts at the K1/EACD event. Kenth and Astrid will give presentations and engage in a “talk-show”-like setting, answering and commenting on your questions, moderated by Anders Monrad Rendtorff, regional head of EACD and chairman of K1.
Meet the speakers
Astrid Gade Nielsen, Vice President, Group Communications, Danish Crown AmbA
Danish Crown is a Danish food processing company, dealing primarily in meat processing of pork and beef. The company is the world’s largest pork exporter, Europe’s largest pork processor and Europe’s largest meat processing company. Astrid has overseen the group’s communication, CSR and Public Affairs activities since early 2017, prior to which she had led corporate communications at Arla Foods.
Kenth Kærhøg, Senior Vice President, Communication, Danfoss
Danfoss holds market-leading positions within energy efficient technologies, employing more than 26,000 and serving customers in more than 100 countries. Kenth Kærhøg joined Danfoss from ISS, where he has been Senior Vice President, Head of Group Communications since 2010. Previously, he has held numerous leading communication roles with The Coca-Cola Company in Europe, Asia Pacific and in the USA.
The event will end with sandwiches and a network-reception. The event will be held in English and is free of charge. Please register by 16 August via the form below as places are limited.
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