Networked Business Initiative is founded by the Networked Business Intelligence Research Consortium (NBIRC) in partnership with other academic institutions, NGOs and thousands of industrial partners. NBIRC currently consists of:
Networked Business Institute
Networked Business Institute is the initiator of Networked Business Initiative and also drive the daily operations of the initiative.
Copenhagen Business School
Copenhagen Business School (CBS) is currently ranked as the number three business school in the world after Harvard Business School and London Business School. Since 2000, CBS has been accredited by EQUIS, and since 2007 also by AMBA. In august 2011, CBS received accreditation by AACSB as the first school in Scandinavia. CBS has thus acquired 'The Triple Crown', an acknowledgement only shared by around 50 top-tier business schools worldwide.
The Networked Business Initiative is a partnership with the Computational Social Science Laboratory (CSSL) at the Department of IT Management, which is involved in a number of international research projects.
Sitecore is a global software development company committed to helping marketers own every customer experience. They provide a truly automated, flexible, and predictive customer experience management platform that seamlessly combines web content management with customer intelligence to drive real one-on-one engagement with every customer at every touchpoint.
With a strong vision of driving businesses digital maturity forward, Sitecore joined the Consortium as a project sponsor and a collaborator in engaging a global partner network.
The Danish Chamber of Commerce
The Danish Chamber of Commerce is the network for the service industry in Denmark. It is one of the largest professional business organisations in Denmark with more than 200 employees, offices in Copenhagen, Aarhus and in Brussels. The Chamber represents 17,000 Danish companies and 100 trade associations within trade, tourism, business services, IT, welfare services and transportation.
The Confederation of Danish Industry
The Confederation of Danish Industry (DI) is a private organisation funded, owned and managed entirely by 10,000 companies within manufacturing, trade and service industry. Also, a number of sectoral employers' associations and branch federations are included in DI's framework, being integrated in part or in full in DI.
DI's management oversees the daily activities of 600 employees.