Management Academy of Lower Saxony turns 30
On October 29, a ceremony was held in Celle, Germany, to mark the 30th anniversary of the German Management Academy of Lower Saxony (DMAN), attended by a delegation of the School of Public Policy and Management of RANEPA Institute for Social Sciences (ISS), which has long been a strategic partner of DMAN.
A conference was organized at Celle Castle for DMAN international partners and graduates devoted to artificial intelligence and its current importance for small and medium-sized businesses. During the event, experts from large companies and leading universities in Germany and Russia made presentations on the possibilities and potential risks of using AI in various fields of activity. The speakers discussed how the development of artificial intelligence affects international business, as well as the national economy of Russia and EU countries. Legal support for the introduction of AI in various areas was discussed as a separate topic at the conference and aroused particular interest among the participants.
After the official part, the Celle Castle Museum hosted a gala evening dedicated to the 30th anniversary of DMAN, where participants could share their impressions of the event and personally convey their best wishes the management and employees of DMAN.
The representatives of RANEPA wished all the best to DMAN Director Harald Becker and other employees on the occasion. They wished the school further success, even more interesting projects, talented and promising graduates. “We are delighted to have developed such warm and friendly relations with DMAN over the time of cooperation,” said Natalya Abramova, Director of the School of Public Policy and Management. “I am sure that our cooperation with DMAN will continue to develop in the future.”