Thank you for submitting your essay. The Aarhus Symposium Challenge 2019 is now closed.
SUSANNE MØRCH KOCH
CEO, DANSKE SPIL
TOPIC 1: SHARE YOUR THOUGHTS ON…
HOW ESTABLISHED COMPANIES CAN UNCOVER THEIR ENTREPRENEURIAL POTENTIAL AND REINVENT THEMSELVES
CO-FOUNDER & CEO, NETCOMPANY
TOPIC 2: SHARE YOUR THOUGHTS ON…
HOW A SPECIFIC INDUSTRY CAN BE RADICALLY CHANGED BY INTRODUCING A CREATIVE TECHNOLOGY
TOPIC 3: SHARE YOUR THOUGHTS ON…
A WAY FOR BUSINESSES OR GOVERNMENTS TO COMBAT CLIMATE CHANGE AND THE BENEFITS OF DOING SO
Aarhus Symposium Challenge is your opportunity to secure your seat for this year’s Aarhus Symposium and Aarhus Symposium Focus. Engage with great leaders of today by submitting an essay that expresses your unique take on one of three challenges.
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SORAYA REDONDO MEZMIZI, WINNER OF THE AARHUS SYMPOSIUM AWARD 2018
“Being out of your comfort zone means that you are developing as an individual. That is the best experience I can get from the Leaders Forum session at Aarhus Symposium”
The winner of the Aarhus Symposium Award 2018 was Soraya Redondo Mezmizi, Master’s student in Law at Copenhagen University. Soraya calls for an increased focus on helping students develop soft skills. Soraya points out adaptive learning technology as a method to contribute to achieving this goal The essay secured Soraya a private session with Ulrik Juul Christensen, the Co-Founder & Executive Chairman of Area9 Group.
You can read her inspiring essay here.
The speakers participating in Aarhus Symposium Challenge 2018 were Niels B. Christiansen, CEO, Lego Group; Afshan Khan, Regional Director, Europe & Central Asia, Unicef; and Ulrik Juul Christensen, Co-founder & Executive Chairman, Area9 Group. Each of them challenged students to write an essay about a specific topic relating to the theme of Aarhus Symposium 2018: “Creating Connections”.
To re-experience Aarhus Symposium Challenge 2018 and Aarhus Symposium 2018, please visit the Past symposia page.