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In order to give you some updates on TIME and who we are, in which we can elaborate a bit more than our other social media accounts, we will be putting up some interesting blog posts on topics like “This week’s journal”, fun facts and travel tips.

Just like last year, we’d like you to get to know this year’s board, consultants and supervisors a little better. In order to do so, we’ll put up a weekly blog, “This week’s journal”, in which one committee member or researcher will introduce themselves by giving a short overview of his- or herself, what their role and how they combine TIME with the other parts of their life.

Of course we would also like to let you in on a couple of fun facts, either about us or the countries we’ll be visiting and some insights on our travel plans and progress so far. By the time we’ll be travelling to this year’s destinations, “This week’s journal” will be used to show you all ins and outs of our travels.

TIME 2019 is full!

After working full-time on our acquisition, visiting companies and designing research, we have once again reached our maximum number of contracts for this year.

This week’s journal, Teun Visser – Consultant

Let’s start with a short introduction. My name is Teun Visser, 22 years old and born and raised in the prosperous city of Eindhoven. This city, being the brain port of the Netherlands, gave me lots of opportunities to develop myself.

This week’s journal, Dion van Oers – Consultant

This week it is my turn to give an insight into my life as a consultant at TIME and beyond.

My name is Dion van Oers, 22 years old, born and raised in the wonderful province of Brabant. My way to university wasn’t the most obvious one

This week’s journal, Floor Penning de Vries – Consultant

My name is Floor Penning de Vries and I am very happy to be able to say that I joint TIME as a consultant a short while ago. Currently I am doing a masters in Marketing Management  at Tilburg University.

This week’s journal, Kelly Jansen – Consultant

My name is Kelly Jansen and I’m 22 years old. I’m born and raised in the south of the Netherlands in a small village called Galder.