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CBS and DEPT® join forces for Lifelong Learning Masterclass

Dennis E. K. Nielsen
Dennis E. K. Nielsen
Digital Strategist
2 min read
17 January 2023

Digital agency DEPT® is partnering with the Copenhagen Business School to provide alumni and current students with valuable knowledge about the digital future as part of the school’s Lifelong Learning programme.

Today’s fast-changing and ever-evolving world requires us to learn new skills continuously. To address this need, renowned business school CBS launched an emerging model for lifelong learning that looks at grand societal challenges and offers research-based learning opportunities.

As part of this model, CBS is partnering with global digital agency DEPT® to answer questions surrounding the latest trends and developments in digital transformation and digital marketing in particular. Founded in Amsterdam in 2015, DEPT® is known for delivering pioneering digital work for brands like eBay, Google, JYSK, Muuto, Patagonia, SteelSeries and Twitch and is currently pushing the frontiers of Web3.

Rune Seebach, Agency Partner at Meta and External Lecturer at CBS, says: “In Denmark, we live in one of the world’s most digitalised societies, which means that an understanding of, and experience with digital technologies is crucial in a wide range of industries and jobs – for example in marketing, where digital media is today the basis for a company’s primary contact with its target audience. We are happy to have DEPT®, an agency specialised in digital marketing, on board for this masterclass.”

Dennis Nielsen, who leads a team of digital specialists at DEPT® and who will be speaking about the latest trends and developments in the digital realm as well as how to stay ahead of the curve, adds: “It is an honour for us to collaborate with a prestigious institution like CBS and share our knowledge with their alumni and students, because they are the CMOs and decision-makers of the future.”

Watch the recording of the Masterclass here


Digital Strategist

Dennis E. K. Nielsen