At the beginning of 2001, I started developing my own management game model. At the beginning of 2002, I registered myself with the Chamber of Commerce as L.I.B. Businessgames. Nowadays my company sets the tone in the development and execution of live Business Games and that’s something I’m proud of!
Even now, I can still invest all my passion in dealing with my colleagues and customers, developing customized games, discovering new (international) markets and facilitating our Business Games. And….there’s still so much to do and discover!
As designer I am responsible for the general look and feel of Business Games. I create the visual support for the various games, for the game brochures and for the website, of course with the goal of exciting (potential) customers for our products.
The atmosphere in the company is really nice, so I thoroughly enjoy my job. You’ll come across my creative excesses everywhere in the various media outputs of Business Games!
I use the knowledge that I gained from studying Psychology in various ways during the development of the company. Since a few years I am responsible for the finances, which I do with great pleasure. Due to the pleasant and open-minded work atmosphere, the short communication lines and the fact that everyone’s opinion counts is what it a nice company to work at. The Business Team is a great team in which everyone thinks along and continuously grows. I hope to continue working for L.I.B Businessgames for a long time!
However, I don’t only work behind the scenes. You will also see me as an assistant during the execution of one of our games.
Every day I go to work with immense pleasure and hope to learn a lot from, and with our enthusiastic team.
The dynamics of our games are unique and infectious. I feel blessed to be a part of that.
When I am not working, I’m a real family man and I enjoy to play golf.
Not only does our team develop games where ‘hard skills’ take centre stage, we also address competences like teamwork, strategic thinking and communicative skills.
Developing a game in such a way that the learnings are ‘experienced’ rather than just ‘told’ is my goal.
The variety in the work at Businessgames is something which also appeals to me. One day you are deeply focused on how to convey your message within a game, the next day you are hosting that same game for 200+ people.