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The largest employer association is looking for advice

13 February 2017
Do you know that VNO-NCW Noord is the largest employer association in Northern part of the Netherlands?
That this respected organisation represents the interests of 12,000 companies; from SME’s to multinationals?
Do you want the chance to get in touch with this organisation and receive 5 ECTS for it?

Then join the course Business Research & Consulting and compose an advice for the director of VNO-NCW Noord about the implementations of a student membership for VNO-NCW Noord.


For: 2nd and 3rd year BSc students and MSc students from all degree programmes
When : block 2.1 (starting asap)
Duration: 8 weeks
Application: send your CV to
Deadline: 24 February

About VNO-NCW Noord

The aim of VNO-NCW Noord is to develop an attractive investment climate with the focus on business interests in the Northern part of the Netherlands.
The power of VNO-NCW Noord is the combination of representing interests of businesses and providing access to a broad network of employers in the Northern part of the Netherlands.
More information: check:

About the assignment

VNO-NCW Noord wants to expand its network to students. The assignment is to develop a concept to implement a student membership of VNO-NCW Noord.

Sub questions:

  • How should such a membership look like?
  • How should a student membership be designed?
  • What are the success criteria?


Find info about Business Research & Consulting at

Last modified:13 February 2017 1.52 p.m.

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