Paul Heise - Since 1990 engaged in growing companies. Financing advisor. Hands-on experience with IPO's and trade sales. Deal maker and fund raiser. Focus areas High-Tech, ICT, Green technology, and Renewable Energy.
Innovation, marketing, psychology, decision making, sustainable, fun, music, social, society, global, open, sharing, creative, storytelling "Born in the Netherlands, I started dubbing cartoons when I was 9 years old. Three years later, at the age of 12, I founded my own company: Jimmy Lange, The Voice. From that moment on, I consistently developed myself in [...]
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Energetic, human-centered, Dutch, business transformation, supply chain professional, BPM, father of 3, huge basketball fan, trainer, coach, facilitator of change, love reading & watching movies I am a high-energy, fast learning and broad-skilled professional (Supply Chain, Logistics, HR, Procurement and IT) with an above average interest in the human connection and functional excellence. I excel [...]
passion-for-life strategy intuition problem solver maximising analytics digital Dutch friendly giant The Hague China USA mindfulness inner peace kitesurf Stephan Hartgers - OUTNR.org member and Managing Consultant at Mobiquity, currently supporting VWE as interim IT manager and data strategy consultant. Managing complex and challenging IT environments at high pace as project and/or line manager. Drive for [...]
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Mark Scheipner - My podcast of the week is Reid Hoffmann's interview with Mark Zuckerberg. His early decision making during times where Facebook was more of a hobby is absolutely fascinating. Uncut interview — Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman