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Sander Jansen is associated with various training institutes:

  • HU University of Applied Studies (Utrecht), where he developed and taught the module Digital Transformation to professionals working in Food, Manufacturing, (online) retail, Defense, Healthcare, Public Administration, IT infrastructure and Logistics.
  • Kweekel Training & Consultancy (Nieuwkoop), where he trains the Digital Leadership program together with five other trainers. Meanwhile to more than 90 decision makers from an equally wide range of organizations.
  • Canon Europe Ltd for which Sander guides the international entrepreneurs in the print and media industry and trains on-site in optimizing business processes and revenue models.
  • Branch organization VIGC offers the mentor sessions and training of jba to its members to transform to Industry 4.0




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