Marius Zürcher offers to help fellow students or staff with free marketing advice

Marius Zürcher offers to help fellow students or staff with free marketing advice

Marius and Maike invite Wittenborg family members looking to start or expand their businesses to reach out to them for free advice.

https://www.wittenborg.eu/marius-zurcher-offers-help-fellow-students-or-staff-free-marketing-advice.htm

Meet Marius Zürcher, a Wittenborg MBA graduate in Hospitality Management. Upon finishing his bachelor's degree, he followed his passion for setting up and running a marketing agency. He collaborated with Maike Nuyken, who is now his business partner.

Corona Diaries: "The Hope For A Better Tomorrow Keeps Me Going"

Corona Diaries: "The Hope For A Better Tomorrow Keeps Me Going"

Each day is a new gift, that's why it's called the 'present'

https://www.wittenborg.eu/corona-diaries-hope-better-tomorrow-keeps-me-going.htm

Part of the world's social and economic life is gathering momentum as the COVID-19 pandemic wanes. For Oluwaseun Victor Ogunremi, his hope for a better tomorrow may just be around the corner.

This week's Corona Diaries series catches a glimpse of Oluwaseun's positive disposition as he shares his optimistic vibes with the world.

Hello Oluwaseun, can you tell us more about yourself?

I am an enthusiastic Nigerian, passionate about people, wellbeing, tech, healthcare, music and art. I have previous work experience in IT, communication and administration, but I am currently pursuing an MBA in Health and Social Care.

Wuhan Student as She Graduates from Wittenborg Despite COVID-19

Wuhan Student as She Graduates from Wittenborg Despite COVID-19

"Doing Volunteer Work during Lockdown was Very Meaningful to Me"

https://www.wittenborg.eu/wuhan-student-she-graduates-wittenborg-despite-covid-19.htm

When final-year student Xi Yang flew to Wuhan on 23 January to spend the Chinese New Year with her family, she had no idea the city would go into lockdown a few days later. Trapped for months in an eerie ghost town, she now had to complete the final part of her studies at Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences - 8,500 km away in the Netherlands. This week, her lonely struggle in these dire circumstances came to a happy ending as she graduated after presenting her final assignment to a panel of lecturers online!

Director of NATO's Control Centre in Utrecht Thrills Students with Guest Lecture

Director of NATO's Control Centre in Utrecht Thrills Students with Guest Lecture

Warns about Use of IT, but also Dangers of Fake Information

https://www.wittenborg.eu/director-natos-control-centre-utrecht-thrills-students-guest-lecture.htm

Students from Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences recently had the privilege of attending a guest lecture from the Director of NATO's Command and Control Centre of Excellence in Utrecht, Colonel Robert Meeuwsen. Meeuwsen addressed the question of organisational management from within the context of the military, bringing forth perspectives which differ from that of the corporate sector. He has 35 years of active duty under his belt.

Wittenborg CEO: What to Expect when Doing Business in China Now

Wittenborg CEO: What to Expect when Doing Business in China Now

"Many Chinese Tourists Deferring International Travel to Summer 2021"

https://www.wittenborg.eu/wittenborg-ceo-what-expect-when-doing-business-china-now.htm

Wittenborg CEO, Maggie Feng, recently took part in a webinar as one of three panellists advising Dutch entrepreneurs on what they can expect when doing business with China as the country has slowly started rebuilding its economy after its COVID-19 peak.  Feng was born in Beijing, but moved to the Netherlands 20 years ago, and still visits the country regularly. The webinar was organised by Ondernemen 055 – a platform for entrepreneurs in Apeldoorn, the city where Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences is headquartered.

Wittenborg's New Students Virtual 'Meet & Greet'

Wittenborg's New Students Virtual 'Meet & Greet'

Meet & Greet session an important activity for Wittenborg

https://www.wittenborg.eu/wittenborgs-new-students-virtual-meet-greet.htm

Wittenborg staff and new students were engaged in a virtual ‘Meet & Greet’ session via Teams on Wednesday, 13th May, 2020, for almost 2 hours, from 10:20 a.m. till just before 12:00 p.m. About 20 staff members and more than 30 new students from different parts of the world were present throughout the session.

Wittenborg Spruces up Its Online Classrooms with Virtual Guest Lectures

Wittenborg Spruces up Its Online Classrooms with Virtual Guest Lectures

Virtual Guest Lectures Replacing Physical Presence

https://www.wittenborg.eu/wittenborg-spruces-its-online-classrooms-virtual-guest-lectures.htm

Inviting guest speakers into a classroom is a classic teaching strategy at Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences. Wittenborg believes that bringing guest lectures into the classroom offers students access to other perspectives, adds variety to the normal routine, and establishes that learning is a collaborative initiative.

COVID-19 forces one student's business to close, but giving up is not part of his plan

COVID-19 forces one student's business to close, but giving up is not part of his plan

COVID-19 forces one student's business to close, but giving up is not part of his plan

https://www.wittenborg.eu/covid-19-forces-one-students-business-close-giving-not-part-his-plan.htm

Christian Y. Perwira (Ian) started his Marketing & Communications studies at Wittenborg in the summer of 2017. One year later, he and his sister opened a food stand in Deventer. Unfortunately, COVID-19 struck and his food stand was forced to close. After a couple of weeks, Ian made a decision to set in motion a delivery option out of his kitchen at home. He refreshed, mixed, matched and launched a new delivery menu and sent it out to his customers.

Theodoor Breevoort keeps himself occupied playing guitar

Theodoor Breevoort keeps himself occupied playing guitar

https://www.wittenborg.eu/theodoor-breevoort-keeps-himself-occupied-playing-guitar.htm

What helps you to stay positive?

The frequent contact with my colleagues in the daily 10:00 online coffee table and the energy and creativity of all staff members to make the most of it.

How are you spending your free time during quarantine?

Keeping in touch with friends and family online, playing guitar, watching Netflix, walking our dog, haha.

Keeping in touch with friends and family online, playing guitar, watching Netflix, walking our dog, haha.

To my regret I can't perform the sports activities I like, but I do get to play the guitar!