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Get the best from Europe: look at Denmark

Wednesday, 8th of February |  14:00 – 14:45 

Get the best from Europe: look at Denmark


Hjalte Broendum Mansa (DK) is a Project Assistant & Teacher at Erhvervsakademiet Lillebælt (EAL) in the Odense area in Denmark. He works in the fields of project management, event, service and tourism. He is specialized in food and gastro tourism as well high level strategic organisational direction change and implementation, and he teaches methodology, statistics and global service economy in the first-semester AP programme of Service, Tourism and Hospitality Management.

Christina Kaab Mosegaard (DK) is an Assistant Lecturer at the Lillebaelt Academy (EAL) in Denmark. She has several years of experience with project management in the meetings, incentives, conferences and events industry. She now teaches the subjects of Business Communication & Intercultural competencies, Tourism Management, as well as Hotel & Restaurant Management in the AP programme of Service, Tourism and Hospitality Management. On the BA in Hospitality Management she also teaches Negotiation Techniques.


Get the best from Europe: look at Denmark
Renewable energy, innovation, architecture, design - all things that make Denmark one of the best EU countries. But what lies behind this fairy tale facade? What role does a small country like Denmark actually play in the great EU machinery? How do the happiest people in the world cope with the ups and downs of cross-border cooperation? How does international cooperation and legislation impact our small welfare state and our individuality in an increasingly unified union? Join our discussion on the future survival of this rebel tribe of the North.