Managing Director and founder
Kirsten Dinesen is the founder and managing director of FrontPage.
Kirsten Dinesen is Master of Arts from Copenhagen University and began her career working as a journalist for Denmark’s Radio and at publishing houses before starting FrontPage. With her broad experience from the communications- and PR-business, she has a considerable strategic edge and a large network. She has previously been director at Euro RSCG Corporate Communications and at Lowe/Draft FBC Copenhagen where she developed efficient methods for creating synergies between direct mail, PR and digital communication. In 2008 she took the front seat of the revived FrontPage at the same time as her book, The Consumer at the Helm (Danish) was published on Gyldendal.
Kirsten Dinesen spends most of her time on customer strategies and press contact and she has been responsible for Google Denmark’s external PR since 2005. Furthermore, she’s much in demand as media coach, essayist and speaker and works occasionally as external lecturer at Aarhus University teaching crisis PR. She also teaches at the International Advertising Association’s diploma- and master degree program in Marketing PR and digital media and gives courses in Web-PR for the Danish Communication Association.Through the years, Kirsten Dinesen has had a seat on several boards and is at the moment a member of the Danish Marketing Association’s advisory board. She is member of the Danish Society for Business Management.