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A Beta with Alpha Aspirations
At age 18, SAP Consultant Ruurd Feitsma and two friends 'road tripped' through Europe for three months: a life-changing experience. ‘It was like a crash course in independence'Read more
Becoming a Digital Nomad: Bring it on!
As the world is becoming more connected, a digital nomad lifestyle appeals to Melissa Cheung, Senior Manager for Accenture. Or as she puts it in her own words: 'Bring it on!Read more
I guess some things are just meant to be
As a Doctor of Medicine, Hester Prins doesn’t have the “average” consultant background. Nevertheless, she was hired as a junior consultant. ‘The role suits me perfectly. Some things are just meant to be.’Read more
A shift in focus: from recovery to prevention
William de Waard is leading the Life Sciences business group at Accenture the Netherlands. Find out why he cares for this industry so much.Read more
Master of your own destiny
As a female working in a male-dominated industry - Marissa Jaggan views her gender as an advantage. Learn more about how Marissa works with her clients and handles work-life balance.Read more
Always Be Yourself
Senior Manager Javier Leonor mentions that his personal approach is what sets him apart from other managers."Being able to completely be myself and make jokes is something I am very grateful for."Read more
When a plan comes together
"I’m the only person at Accenture who’s in a wheelchair. Even though it’s a permanent part of my life, the wheelchair doesn’t define who I am." This is the portrait of Mark Ruiter, Senior Manager Resources.Read more
Speak up about what's best for you
Being both a senior manager and a mother of two young kids isn’t exactly a walk in the park. Mirthe Wallinga needed to set her priorities and did exactly that.Read more
The challenge-seeking deal junkie
Babiche Veenendaal was traveling in Thailand with her family when she felt an intense pain in her chest. It was a heart attack. She had to prioritize her 'me-time'. However, she argues 'How does someone forget what they love doing?’Read more
All the right ingredients for success
Sander da Graca was 20 years old, had completed secondary vocational training and was eager to work - but couldn’t find a job. When he came across The Colour Kitchen, everything changed.Read more