Thursday September 21, we welcomed our customers, relations and partners in our capital city Amsterdam. Taets Art & Event Park was a beautiful setting for the 8th edtion of our event.
Edo Bosga (CEO) shared his vision on using trade data to fulfil global compliance obligations as a competitive advantage. Up next was Pacelle van Goethem. She explained the methods of persuasion and how to become a master in this. It was an interactive session that brought a lot of enthusiasm, sketched out familiar situations and gave tips on how to increase your influence within your organization. A good and relaxed start to the event!
After a short break the program continued with 2 different workshops:
- Global Supply Chain: Administrative Challenges In The Physical World
Presented by Peter Bulters, CATTS Group & Monique Boelhouwer, Pincvision
- Tax Management / Assurance in a changing tax world.
Presented by Willem Veldhuizen, Taxsample & Daniëlle van der Meulen, Pincvision.
Based on the positive feedback of our guests, we can conclude that the workshops were very informative, interactive and appreciated. We are very proud to share some of their reactions below.
“Great day! Well organized and very good atmosphere. Interesting presentations and workshops in a very interactive environment. Well done Pincvision team!” Max van Egmond, Cisco Systems International.
“Again a very valuable and enjoyable experience!” Peter Fennema, EFI
“Very well organized, with good subjects / speakers and perfect for networking.” Robert Garenfeld, ThermoFisher.
After everyone was fully updated with the latest developments within trade compliance it was time to go on board. The lovely weather made the boat cruise over the “IJ” with all its nice buildings and great views even more beautiful. This made the evening a valuable networking opportunity.
We also made a short video impression from the start of the event. Watch it here!
See you next year?!
We would like to thank all our guests for their participation and we already look forward to next year’s edition!
Please mark your agenda: Thursday September 20, 2018!