Bas Baalmans, project manager Groningen Digital Business Center (GDBC), is since January 1, 2021, part of the Industry Relations team. In addition to his activities at the GDBC, he is now also program manager European Digital Innovation Hubs (EDIH). In this role, he focuses on connecting the University of Groningen (UG) to the EDIH proposal from the Northern Netherlands, which focuses on digital transformation within companies and organisations. Bas acts as a connecting factor between different faculties at the UG to collect, share, and bring together input for the proposal. In this role, he will strengthen and further expand the network between the relevant faculties and partners.
Bas previously worked as an information manager and project leader at Yacht ICT, Waterbedrijf Groningen, the Province of Groningen and Noordhoff Uitgevers, among others. Since 2018, he has been working at the UG as a project leader at the GDBC, the knowledge center in the field of Digital Business and Data Science, which was founded by the Faculty of Economics and Business, the Faculty of Science and Engineering and the Northern Online Entrepreneurs (NOO).
We are very happy with this addition to our team and wish Bas a lot of success while working for Industry Relations.
Do you have any questions about the European Digital Innovation Hub in the Northern Netherlands, or would you like to collaborate on this project? Please feel free to contact Bas Baalmans:
E-mail: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Telephone: 06 22494353
For more information about the Industry Relations team or digital society, visit our website.
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