Meet our team of committed experts
BridgeHead helps companies navigate the complexity of the public domain. Our aim is to ensure the best possible cooperation between these two worlds and eventually to create a better outcome for the Netherlands as a whole.
We believe in a personal approach – in fact, it defines our service. We believe that a friendly atmosphere and mutual trust are of great importance. It’s time to meet the team.
“It’s all about achieving results together which make everyone proud while ensuring that we enjoy working together.”
“I enjoy the challenge of looking for simplicity in the midst of great complexity and creating the most elegant solution.”
Theo van de Grift
“By analysing things properly, future plans can be made that will contribute to the protection of our world.”
“We’re always working on how we can help each other and how things can be done better.”
“The government and the private sector simply cannot do without each other.”
“The question for me is; how to bring parties together and combine their strength and knowledge to stimulate societal progress?”
Suzanne van Oosterum
“In my work as trusted advisor, I like to keep the link with society and create solutions that move everyone forward.”
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Bridging the gap between business and government and working together on solutions for social matters – that’s what drives us. If that’s sounds like you too, it’s time to get in touch.
“Defining the mutually shared values that characterize the beneficial dialogue between governments and the commercial-driven world.”
“Keeping businesses well-informed about the latest political developments ensures a good information position at the negotiating table.”
“Empowering people to get the best out of themselves – that is what gives me energy.”
Bart van der Linden
“ICT has created a completely parallel world, where the boundaries between market parties, and between public and private environments, are becoming blurred.”
Inge de Ruijter
“My core strength is to consider the interests and sensitivities of all involved in complex change processes.”
The role of the Advisory Board at BridgeHead is threefold. Firstly, they advise the management, both solicited and unsolicited, with regard to strategic policy and the long-term ambition. Secondly, they identify trends and developments in industry, government and politics that influence the business operations of BridgeHead. Finally, the Advisory Board evaluates the policy and business conducted by the management.
Chairman of the Advisory Board