Meet Mart Hoogvliet “A room without books, is like a body without a soul” Hi, I’m Mart. I’m 24 years old and I live in Utrecht. After I finished secondary school, I studied [...]
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Meet Wilko Visser We can become world champions! I’m Wilko Visser, founder of ValueBlue, married to Janneke for 35 years, with two children, Sanne and Jelle. I originally come from North Holland and have unfortunately ended up [...]
Meet Luke Dekker When in doubt... GO FOR IT! My name is Luke Dekker. I’m 23 and was born and raised in Heerhugowaard. My girlfriend and I have been together for 6 years. [...]
Meet Peter van der Leij Why am I not able to fix my cello with something called sellotape? I’m Peter and I have the privilege to write the content here at ValueBlue. I’ve [...]
Meet Jasper van Enk People build the company, so they also create the success. I started at ValueBlue five years ago, when I was 24. That was my first job, fresh out of [...]
Meet Rob Korving I got married, nine or ten years ago…Let’s see… I’m 45. Nowadays I have to think about it, an age thing… I’m married, and we have a seven year old son. I’ve [...]
Meet Shyamly Sharma Think of success and you will prevail! I am Shyamly Sharma, entered my 30s this December, living in Den Haag with my legally wedded husband, Subodh. Originally, I'm from India and was [...]
Meet Maren Vos I'm Maren Vos, living in Utrecht, in Ondiep, close to the office, about five minutes by bike. I was born in Amsterdam, but raised in Utrecht. I like to eat Indonesian food, and Indonesian [...]
“Digital transformation in your company? Stay in or drop out!” In a rapidly changing digital world, you have to tag along as a company. "But," says enterprise architect Jordy Dekker, "Digitization is not [...]
Meet Jelle Visser My name is Jelle Visser and I live in Amsterdam. I started at ValueBlue early 2014, just before BlueDolphin was introduced to the market. ValueBlue suspected that it would grow and started [...]