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Should You Buy or Build if You Want Innovation?

Should you buy or build? We all know them, the companies that shout that they want to be innovative within their sector, and want to do the ‘new’ things that are going to get the sector that they are in further and into a new era in some cases. What is interesting to see is […]

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070 – Remote Podcasts with SquadCast

Zach Moreno is the Co-Founder for SquadCast (https://squadcast.fm), a very interesting application that makes it easy for podcasters to conduct interviews remotely in high-quality. In this podcast we’ll of course discuss SquadCast, but also the state of podcasting and what the future will hold. We’ll hear all about how to build your audience and also […]

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069 – Building Your Network with LinkedIN

Marcel Molenaar is the Country Manager Benelux at LinkedIN (https://linkedin.com). In this podcast we discuss how you can use the tools provided by LinkedIN to not only network with other but also learn and improve yourself. Marcel shares his tips and creative ways that people are using their social network to better build their brand, […]

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068 – Social Media and Getting Back Focus with Brian Solis

Brian Solis (https://briansolis.com) is globally recognized as one of the most prominent thought leaders in business innovation. As a digital analyst, anthropologist, and futurist, he studies disruptive technology and its impact on business and society. More so, through his research reports, articles and books, he humanizes technology’s causal effect to help people see people differently […]

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067 – Self-Steering Teams with Enrise

Hermen Heinen is the Founder and Owner of Enrise (https://enrise.com/). Enrise provides professional development services and does so by a pretty unique model within their company. A few years ago they changed to a way of organising they call ‘self-steering’ teams. This basically means there is no central management, and the teams have to do […]

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066 – Building an Agency with DotControl

Mark Landman is the Co-Founder of DotControl (https://dotcontrol.com), a large digital agency in The Netherlands with more than 90 digital creatives, developers and growth hackers. We talk about their challenges in the last 19 years they have been in business and how they brought professionalism in their agency. Some other topics we cover are Quantum […]

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065 – Digital Transformation with Transavia

Rik Farenhorst is the CIO at Transavia (https://transavia.com). Transavia is a big Dutch airliner that focuses on the customer and does so with digital innovations. In this podcast we discuss how Transavia made the change to a more flat organisation for their IT and how Rik played a role in this transformation. We also talk […]

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064 – Being a CEO with Phill Robinson from Exact

Phill Robinson is the CEO of Exact (https://exact.com). Exact is a large software company operating in multiple companies, providing software for accounting and bookkeeping. We also talk about his diagnosis and coming out to having Parkinsons very publicly. With his website http://www.stirrednotshaking.com/ he is also trying to remove the stigma of having to hide the […]

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063 – Surf Holidays with SurfaWhile

Olmo van Beurden is the Co-Founder of SurfaWhile (https://www.surfawhile.com/). SurfaWhile provides unique surf experiences through their website. We talk about how they got started, and how big of a role content marketing was in building out their brand. We also talk about their niche market, and how to keep innovating within that market to stay […]

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062 – Growing Cultured Meat with Mosa Meat

Tim van de Rijdt is Chief Business Officer at Mosa Meat (https://www.mosameat.com/). Having worked for over ten years at Google, Tim found a new mission, cultured meat. Mosa Meat produced the first cultured meat burger back in 2013 costing 250.000 EUR. We also talk about Tim’s previous job at Google, and why he left to […]