Congratulations are in order for Wittenborg CEO, Maggie Feng, who has officially been elected to the Board of Directors of EuroCHRIE - The European Council on Hotel, Restaurant & Institutional Education. Feng is now serving as EuroCHRIE's Director of Networking and Conferences. This comes on the heels of the announcement that Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences will host the prestigious hospitality and educators conference in 2021.
Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences is proud to announce that it will host the prestigious Hospitality and Tourism Educators Conference (EuroCHRIE) in 2021! Hundreds of delegates from around the world are expected to descend on Apeldoorn in the autumn of 2021, the Dutch city where Wittenborg is located.
Meeting the queen can be quite an intimidating prospect, but Wittenborg CEO Maggie Feng took it all in her stride when she met the Dutch queen, Máxima, this week during the Gelderland Groeit event for entrepreneurs in the province hosted by nlgroeit.
Wittenborg CEO, Maggie Feng, was the guest on BNR Radio Talk Show "Groeihelden" this week where she talked about how the organisation maintains growth in a highly competitive education sector.
Maggie Feng, CEO of Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences joint a group of top ladies from IBM, Salesforce, Oracle, HP, TEDxAmsWomen, opened the trading day at the Amsterdam Stock Exchange. This is a start of the week of celebration of International Women's Day 2019.
In an interview with the Financieele Dagblad, Wittenborg CEO, Maggie Feng, talks about what drives her, growing up in Beijing and her relationship with her father.
Wittenborg CEO, Maggie Feng, warned stakeholders at the CleanTech Tomorrow Business Day that many international graduates - crucial for growth in the sector - prefer to go to the west of the Netherlands where conditions for internationals are more favourable.
In a close race, the CEO of Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences, Maggie Feng, was named runner-up for the prestigious 2017 EZVN Business Award on Saturday night at a gala event in Rotterdam. The event was attended by many dignitaries in the private and public sector such as the new Dutch minister of higher education, culture and science, Ingrid van Engelshoven and Mariëtte Hamer, former Dutch politician and now chair of the Social-Economic Council, major economic advisory council to the cabinet of the Netherlands.