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Innovative company is looking for advice

20 April 2017
  • Do you know that M4Four is a hidden star in innovation just outside the city of Groningen?
  • M4FOUR is the first and -for now- the only professional manufacturer of customised floors in the world
  • Do you want the chance to get in touch with this organisation and get 5 credits for it?

Then join the course Business Research & Consulting and compose an advice for M4Four about international market development.


For: 2nd and 3rd year BSc students and MSc students from all degree programmes
When : block 2.2 (starting asap)
Duration: 8 weeks
Application : send your CV to Nienke van den Berg at ( NB in case you already signed up for this case, please send in your CV.)
Deadline : Thursday 27 April

About M4Four

M4FOUR is active in printing on different materials in large sizes since 1995. Together with Forbo Flooring Systems - a Swiss multinational company - a new way of producing images on vinyl was elaborated. Ground-breaking innovations make it possible that customers can order any kind of design that can be printed in high quality. M4FOUR is ready to conquer the world!

More information at

About the assignment

M4Four wants to expand its activities outside the Netherlands. The assignment is to develop a plan to new develop markets in or outside Europe. We warmly welcome international students to participate in this assignment.


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Last modified:20 April 2017 5.17 p.m.

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