Dutch office expands and moves to new base

The Rotterdam branch of InSites Consulting is conquering space with a September move to larger premises. The change of address is the result of our rapid growth in the Netherlands. The new office has capacity for over twenty staff and includes space to hold events for 100 attendees.
Space for work and events
Since opening in August 2008, InSites Consulting’s Rotterdam office has expanded from two to ten members of staff. The new site will let the team breathe again, since it creates room for over twenty people and provides an ideal location for our seminars and workshops.
On the opening night on 9 September we invite contacts across the industry to celebrate the move. The Director General of ESOMAR, Finn Raben is one of the confirmed speakers to welcome the attendees.
“Since opening in Rotterdam, we’ve been running just to keep up with demand for research and consultancy” says Kristof De Wulf, Managing Partner. “The new office will give us space to work efficiently and gives us the capacity to continue recruiting in future”.
On a mission to teach
The features of the new office are intended to benefit the entire Netherlands research community, Ramon Pardo, Research Director points out. “An important part of our mission is to help researchers learn new approaches and practices they can use in their work. Our events are a vital aspect of that work, and the new office, with its large auditorium, will allow us to hold bigger and better events”.
The new office is just off the main A20 highway, giving easy access from the rest of the Netherlands.

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