Projects

Recent projects:

 

Hanze University of Applied Sciences: Teamleader Export Training of the staff of the International Business and Trade Tanzania Initiative (IBUTTI; 2012-2013).

International Business and Trade Tanzania Initiative (IBUTTI) is a Tanzanian non-governmental organisation supporting local companies, in particular SMEs, with their export activities. IBUTTI offers export workshops (capacity building) and consultancy services.

The duration of the training is 36 weeks and takes partly place in The Netherlands and in Tanzania. It consists of courses, field visits, consultancy and networking (developing links with Dutch companies and organisations).

Responsabilities:  Team leader of the Dutch team of experts;  development and overall supervision of the contents of the training.  Consultant for the structural development of IBUTTI.

 

Geert Hofstede Consortium: International marketing Manager

The GH Consortium is a cooperation between six universities in Europe: Hanze University Groningen, The Netherlands, Leeds Metropolitan University, UK,  IULM Milano, Italy, BGF Budapest, New Bulgarian University, Sofia and Vilnius University, Lithuania offering a Master in International Communication

(www.masterinternationalcommunication.eu).

Responsibilities: Development and implementation of marketing plan for recruitment of international students.

Wetsus Academy (Leeuwarden, Netherlands): International marketing manager

The Wetsus Academy offers a Master track in Water Technology offered together by the Universities of Groningen, Twente and Wageningen in the Netherlands.

(www.wetsusacademy.nl)

Responsibilities: Development of an international  marketing strategy.

 

Examples of other projects:
  • Project manager development of Institutional Strategic Plans, Uganda Technical Colleges, Uganda, Africa.
  • Programme manager  International Business programme franchised to an Indonesian partner of the Consortium of International Business Schools in the Netherlands (CIBIN).
  • Project manager development of an International Business programme at the University of Asmara, Eritrea (Africa).