Two years after criticism: Ambu and Leo's efforts to bring more women into leadership have mixed results

Two years after Ambu and Leo Pharma received three-legged chairs from an activist group, demonstrating the lack of women in company leadership, both companies have made progress towards greater gender equality.

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Two years ago, Leo Pharma and Ambu received an unexpected gift – something that wasn’t on their wish lists.

Activist group ”KIB – Kvinder i Bestyrelser” (Women on Boards) singled out ten of the biggest Danish companies with the poorest female representation, either having few or no women on boards and in management, and gave them chairs with three legs.

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