The HUB@NHH consists of nearly 30 different members who work towards the shared ambition of creating sustainable value in a digital era.
“Value creation in new ecosystems and sustainability’s effect on business investment and new business models will impact taxation in the future. We, therefore, seek to understand these processes, and we believe we can gain relevant and valuable knowledge and learnings by collaboration with other members of the HUB@NHH,” says Nina Schanke Funnemark, Director General of the Norwegian Tax Administration.
In addition to public and private companies, academic institutions, and government agencies, trade unions also see benefits from being part of the research arena.
“Our aim is to create opportunities for our members to learn from the top academics and practitioners in this field, as well as expanding their professional network. The HUB@NHH is a great physical arena for exchanging ideas, inspiration, and new insight, so it will be exciting to follow the development and the new research stemming from DIG in the years to come,” says Nina Riibe, CEO of Econa, a Norwegian trade union for business administrators.
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