While many business owners served their staff with unpaid leave notices when the COVID-19 pandemic struck, Jeremiah Kahindo stood his ground and proved how his two businesses were able to surmount this period of shock and uncertainty without laying off any of his workers.
If you are an international student or newly graduated, starting a business in the Netherlands offers an alternative to searching for a job. This option was unpacked this week in a webinar hosted by Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences for current and prospective students who had lots of business ideas already.
Research has shown restaurant customers value authenticity over cleanliness, but what will that mean for a post-COVID-19 world, asks Wittenborg MBA graduate, Marius Zürcher, in an opinion piece written for Foodservice Consultants Society International (FCSI). It is based on an essay submitted as part of his MBA course "Critical Perspectives in Hospitality Management" at Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences. Zürcher is co-owner of 1520 - a company which offers marketing consulting services and advises restaurants on integrating vegetarian options in their existing menus.
Artificial intelligence expert, Dr Larry Lucardie, captivated students this week by cutting through the complexity which many people associate AI with, and showing how it can be applied efficiently in business. He even demonstrated how anyone can build an app without IT knowledge or a programmer.
What does it take to start a business in the Netherlands? We asked Wittenborg's business development advisor, Ben Prins, for a few tips.
Experienced lecturers in business administration – without excluding ot