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Danske Rederier open Disruption Academy

Danske Rederier open Disruption Academy

20-11-2017 11:00:00


Danske Rederier, along with the consulting company DareDisrupt, has initiated a new academy for employees in the shipping companies. The academy, which will be settled in early 2018, will keep Danish shipping at the forefront of digital development and the latest technological trends.

The first entries are booked for the Maritime Disruptors Academy, which will be settled over four days in January and February. The academy is a new training program, developed specifically for the shipping companies in Denmark.

It aims to provide shipping companies with a clearer understanding of how they best navigate in a constantly changing world and how they work strategically with new technologies and new digital opportunities.

"There are major changes on the way to Danish business. This also applies to the shipping sector, where digitalization and new technology are among the topics that are diligently discussed when our members meet. With the Maritime Disruptors Academy, we will help the members get a better foothold when they relate strategically to the developments that we know are on our way," says Anne H. Steffensen, CEO of Danske Rederier.

The academy is aimed at employees in the shipping companies, who either have a leadership role or work with strategy and business development. In addition, students from CBS and DTU's maritime education participate on an equal footing with the more experienced participants.

Source: Danske Rederier / Maritime Denmark


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