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Suitable for Business believes that students of the humanities and social sciences are in possession of valuable skills that can greatly contribute to any business environment. We believe that diversity is an advantage and that the more varied the input the more enriched the output.
Through our annual case competition we showcase the abilities of humanities and social sciences students as they solve a business case in order to illustrate the relevance of their unique competences. This is a chance for you to experience the skills and competences of humanities and social science students first-hand and to see what they have to offer!
Last night, Suitable for Business invited the case participants to spend an evening in the company of Future Navigator. The people of Future Navigator concentrate their efforts on bringing out the best in people and helping them visualise their better tomorrow through Future Based Ideas Development. The goal is to empower people in their ability and foundation to create new meaningful concepts and services. In other words, using the future as a springboard for success – today.
We were joined by Henrik Good Hovgaard who gave us a presentation on realising one’s passion: “people don’t buy what you do but why you do it.”
Suitable for Business will in collaboration with Future Navigator host an exclusive evening event the 20 March. It is our vision that this will scale the case participants experience from the conference and case days. On tuesday evening there will be a workshop with Henrik Hovgaard from Future Navigator, about employability and career-focused self-creation.