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Professor of Communication and Digital Transformations at CBS Mikkel Flyverbom: He is curious how digital technologies affect and shape humankind… and then he is a turntable wizard!

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Podcast, Series |   24. Feb 2022

Kasper Christensen


His journey began on a skateboard, then he turned to the violin before moving on to flipping records in underground clubs around Copenhagen. It took a while before he found his niche, but ever since he became a professor he has never looked back; He has only been eager to know more about the power of technologies.

In this episode of Outside the Box, we meet Mikkel Flyverbom, Professor of Communication and Digital Transformations at CBS. He is wise and curious like most professors you know. However, he is also well versed in the urban club environment where he has done heelflip tricks on the board and enjoys spinning discs on the record player. He’s what we would call: Outside the Box.


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