Snabe is a Danish heavyweight in the European business sphere

Digitalization emerges as the theme when outlining the reasons behind recent nominations of Jim Hagemann Snabe to chair Maersk Group and Siemens. Here is a portrait of the man and a focus on some of the digital challenges.

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Jim Hagemann Snabe is probably known by most players in the in IT sector, and less known in Danish business in general, and he is perhaps completely unknown among most Danes in general. That time is now over.

With his upcoming jobs as chairman of Maersk Group as well wind turbine behemoth Siemens, it will become difficult, if not impossible, for Hagemann Snabe to stay under the media radar in his homeland. He will be scrutinized from every angle – in Denmark first and foremost due to his position at Maersk Group.

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