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Our people make a difference. Meet some of our colleagues and their stories below, those who make Accenture the thriving company that it is.
Next destination: passport-free flying
Could paperless travel be the solution? With the advent of new technologies, there are countless new possibilities for verifying travellers’ identities and travel permissions.Read more
My single greatest realization
As a young girl growing up in Taiwan, Eva always knew she’d leave her home base one day. She would tell her parents daily that her future wasn’t in Taiwan. This is a portrait of Eva Lee, Business and Integration Analyst.Read more
The continuous rejection was frustrating
Many refugees are leaving home and entering Europe, selecting the Netherlands as the country they will settle in. The number one priority for a smooth and successful integration is ensuring they find suitable and sustainable employment.Read more
It was great to be working again
Any organization should be an inclusive and accessible space for everyone, including those with disabilities. Employee diversity and inclusion are two of Accenture’s core pillars.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
I’m an Eastern man with a Western mind
‘Moving to the Netherlands to take up a temporary contract at Accenture was the first real leap of faith I ever took in my life.' This is a portrait of Soumalya Nath, SAP Fiori consultant and S/4HANA specialist at Accenture.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
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
Conference Call on the Beach
Introducing Katinka de Korte, former Partner Health & Public Service: 'It’s important to me that my work has this social relevance. It’s my most powerful source of inspiration. I want to have an effect on society, and be able to explain to my children what I do, and be proud of my work.'Read more
Motorcycling – a Bit of Me-Time
'I found that the consultancy sector attracted me: I was always a bit in awe of the ‘suits’ and the exciting projects they were working on. it seemed like to me: an exciting world that I wanted to belong to.' This is the portrait of Raymond Pijpers, Operations Lead.Read more