New vacancy: Communications and Marketing Consultant in Copenhagen

We are looking for a Communications and Marketing Consultant to join our Copenhagen office in the Fall of 2021.

As a Communications and Marketing Consultant you will work closely with colleagues across our offices in Brussels, Helsinki and Stockholm on a broad variety of projects. A vibrant and openminded workplace, over 18 different nationalities work at CE, and you will be part of the team tasked with bringing their work to the world via SoMe, print, videos and other innovative means.

Taking on an exciting and challenging position in this international, flexible, friendly and fast-paced environment, you will assume extensive responsibilities from the outset and get the opportunity to grow both personally and professionally.

The application deadline is 30 July 2021.

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For further information, please contact Head of Communications Barry McGonigal

New vacancy: Office Manager

We are looking for an experienced Office Manager to join our Copenhagen office as soon as possible.

The Business Support Team (BST), of which you will be a part, comprises approximately 15 people working with HR, Communications, Finance and Office Management. Tasked with delivering high-quality strategic support right across the company, the BST are spread out across our four locations and collaborate actively to maximise our resources and find more streamlined ways of working.

As our Office Manager you will be responsible for office management and support in our four locations in Copenhagen, Stockholm, Helsinki and Brussels. 

The application deadline is 2 August 2021.

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For further information, please contact Talent Acquisition Specialist Eleanna Psomiadou

Webinar: DSA rules on personalised ads, what EU business impacts?

The European Commission states that the Digital Services Act (DSA) aims to “foster innovation, growth, and competitiveness”.

However, proposed rules could reduce the ability or incentive to use personalised (or targeted) ads – and this would cut off a crucial marketing channel for advertisers (including SMEs and non-commercial organisations) whilst also leaving both publishers and consumers worse off.

In our recent study commissioned by Google, we find initial estimates that disproportionate DSA regulation reducing the use of personalised ads could harm the EU economy by up to €106 billion per year, or €237 for every EU citizen. 

We are pleased to be joined today at 5pm by a distinguished panel including representatives from EU Parliament & Commission, academia and industry. 

Learn more about the study

Learn more about the event

For further information, please contact Director, Dr Bruno Basalisco

Webinar: State funding to support postal operations

Copenhagen Economics is honoured to support UPU_UN and its International Bureau in research and discussions around the Covid-19 impacts on postal regulation.
A related webinar series hosted by UPU_UN started on 22 June, and will continue next week. The aim of these webinars is to provide member countries with a comprehensive and informed view on how to sustain postal services under these new circumstances.

The next webinar takes place on 29 June at 13.00 (CET), which focuses on “State funding to support postal operations”. Copenhagen Economics expert Director Dr Bruno Basalisco will moderate the panel discussion of experts such as:

  • Germán Vázquez, European Committee for Postal Regulation
  • Emil Dzuray, USPS.

The third and final webinar on “Quality of service: Tensions ahead?” will take place on 1 July.

Learn more about the webinar series and register

For further information, please contact Director Dr Bruno Basalisco

Copenhagen Economics European Commission Database Directive
Are you using databases in your work?

Is data becoming increasingly pervasive in your professional activity?

As part of the  European Strategy for data, of which the sharing of data is one of the main pillars, the European Commission is currently reviewing the Database Directive. 

To better understand the relevance of the directive in the evolving data economy, and in particular the use and characteristics of databases containing machine-generated or sensor-generated data, the European Commission’s DG CNECT (Directorate General for Communications Networks, Content and Technology) has asked Copenhagen Economics and Technopolis Group to conduct a survey supporting the review of the Database Directive.

We would like to hear your thoughts in this survey.

Thereby, you can help shape the reviewed EU Database Directive & protect the interests of your organization.

Find the survey here

For further information, please contact Economist Federico de Michiel