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Nalta Podcast 20 - Fortierra Dutch Open Energy

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Het is weer tijd voor Nalta Podcast, vandaag met Hans Timmerman van Fortierra. We zijn te gast op het Fortierra Dutch Open Energy event bij Dell EMC in Amsterdam. We spreken over storingsvrije & betrouwbare energie. Hoe kan data helpen bij het maken van energie beslissingen. En…. wat is wonen als een service eigenlijk?

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Mike Veldhuis

Director of Sales and Marketing at Nalta Group. Mike Veldhuis is a practically minded, creative problem solver, who’s at his best when confronted with a major challenge. He has a talent for turning complicated issues into clear projects. As a partner at the Nalta Group, he focuses on marketing & sales. In this, he’s driven by two passions: IT and innovative entrepreneurship. He firmly believes that, although IT is a technical field, to develop the best solutions you have to look at the business side of every issue. His colleagues regard Mike as the key figure. He’s a born team player and believes in close co-operation with employees and customers. He’s not one to blindly embrace the latest hype or trend. In his view, flexibility is essential in the IT world. A world in which change is an absolute constant. With a background in business economics, Mike started his career in the early nineties as an IT consultant. He founded Nalta with Ralph Biesbrouck.