ROBIN SIMONS.
FOUNDING DIRECTOR.

“I noticed that it is often difficult for companies to determine what marketing assistance they need for certain challenges. The reason for this is that marketing is an entire industry with different specialisations. So often there might be multiple people or skillsets needed to execute a certain strategy.

Clients however, prefer to have one point of contact where all questions and concerns could be managed by one person. That is why I decided to work as a marketing fixer/contractor. 

Clients tell me what they need, for example 60% revenue growth with x period of time, and I ensure that the right team is selected to execute a strategy that can achieve this goal and thereafter monitor progress and remain the point of contact for the client. The result of this is that companies are able to see results without any of the stress of micromanaging allowing companies to focus on the bigger picture and doing what they do best while we do what we do best.”

ROBIN SIMONS.
FOUNDING DIRECTOR.

“I noticed that it is often difficult for companies to determine what marketing assistance they need for certain challenges. The reason for this is that marketing is an entire industry with different specialisations. So often there might be multiple people or skillsets needed to execute a certain strategy.

Clients however, prefer to have one point of contact where all questions and concerns could be managed by one person. That is why I decided to work as a marketing fixer/contractor. 

Clients tell me what they need, for example 60% revenue growth with x period of time, and I ensure that the right team is selected to execute a strategy that can achieve this goal and thereafter monitor progress and remain the point of contact for the client. The result of this is that companies are able to see results without any of the stress of micromanaging allowing companies to focus on the bigger picture and doing what they do best while we do what we do best.”

ROBIN SIMONS.
FOUNDING DIRECTOR.

“I noticed that it is often difficult for companies to determine what marketing assistance they need for certain challenges. The reason for this is that marketing is an entire industry with different specialisations. So often there might be multiple people or skillsets needed to execute a certain strategy.

Clients however, prefer to have one point of contact where all questions and concerns could be managed by one person. That is why I decided to work as a marketing fixer/contractor. 

Clients tell me what they need, for example 60% revenue growth with x period of time, and I ensure that the right team is selected to execute a strategy that can achieve this goal and thereafter monitor progress and remain the point of contact for the client. The result of this is that companies are able to see results without any of the stress of micromanaging allowing companies to focus on the bigger picture and doing what they do best while we do what we do best.”

“At a young age I learned that life is not always fair. My father died at the age of 42 from cancer. A terribly debilitating disease that still destroys too many lives. Every year, an average of 116,000 people (only in The Netherlands) are diagnosed with cancer and 1 in 7 women are diagnosed with breast cancer.

By supporting organisations like Pink Ribbon, I can contribute to cancer research on behalf of all women in marketing.

What I learned from this event is that you have to enjoy every moment in life. Appreciate what you have and do not accept mediocrity. My passion is marketing and I get to enjoy every day because I get to do what I love- how amazing is that.”

THE WORLD
A BIT
BETTER.

THE WORLD
A BIT
BETTER.

“At a young age I learned that life is not always fair. My father died at the age of 42 from cancer. A terribly debilitating disease that still destroys too many lives. Every year, an average of 116,000 people (only in The Netherlands) are diagnosed with cancer and 1 in 7 women are diagnosed with breast cancer.

By supporting organisations like Pink Ribbon, I can contribute to cancer research on behalf of all women in marketing.

What I learned from this event is that you have to enjoy every moment in life. Appreciate what you have and do not accept mediocrity. My passion is marketing and I get to enjoy every day because I get to do what I love- how amazing is that.”