3 years ago I successfully applied for the job as Management Trainee at ORMIT. When I look back at these last couple of years, you can’t simply call it a “job”. Working for ORMIT isn’t like anything you’ve done before; it’s a unique journey that will surely have a lasting impact on the rest of your professional, but also your private life.Continue reading
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- Digital natives will force large companies to change - 17 July 2015
- 15 years of ORMIT Belgium: A trip down memory lane - 19 November 2014
- From Management Trainee to Managing Director of ORMIT Belgium - 13 June 2014
I started my ORMIT career in a real pioneering phase. I signed up in a time where ORMIT Belgium was not officially founded yet, had no offices, no employees and no clients. Nevertheless there was that truly great and unique business concept and a couple of young ambitious Dutch business developers that convinced me to join in.
Would you consider becoming responsible for the ORMIT Group? It was the best question I ever got (during my work I mean), even though I didn’t have a clue at that time what ORMIT exactly did.Continue reading
When I graduated in September 2010, I decided to take some time off. In August I had the chance to sign my ORMIT contract so until January it would be a unique time in my life without any responsibilities or obligations towards anyone. I enjoyed my temporary liberty for a while by re-contacting lots of friends, graduating from my CEMS degree, travelling to South India and undergoing a teeth operation.Continue reading