We are working on find it app with a multidisciplinary team. Every team-member has it’s own expertise to turn find it in an actual business in the upcoming months.
Jordi van der Hek
Bachelor IT management student at Avans University of Applied Sciences in Den Bosch setup app development company RE:SOFTWARE with his co-founder Trevi when they were confident enough about their app-development skills. This after participating and winning several hackathons in 2015 & 2016. Jordi is a very active networker who has a developer background and is working next to his own business for SMART.PR to develop tools for Email marketing and press releases. He manages the development aspect for find it.
Nick van Breda
Graduated in 2016 from Avans University of Applied Sciences in Advanced Business Creation (AOMI), a new innovation & new business development bachelor study in Den Bosch. Participated in both online challenges and hackathons before and co-organized over 30 hackathons in the last year with his biggest event end of May during StartupFest Europe 2016 Campus Party Europe In the Netherlands. After winning several hackathons he decided to focus on realizing interesting business ideas of which he is now taking care of partnerships, operations and marketing for find it. Several partnership opportunities are currently looked at and the team will already pitch for several Angel investors and local entrepreneurs in San Francisco next February 2016.
Final year ICT student on Koning Willem 1 college in Den Bosch with lots of front-end development experience that he is able to easily work together with bachelor IT students in teams. Setup RE:SOFTWARE appdevelopment company and got their own office after a first and very successful year of building apps for businesses and schools. Now he is finalizing his study interning in his own business. Trevi is taking care of all the front-end aspects of the project.
Tim van den Hanenberg
Software Developer at Blisss with a focus on back-end development. Currently studying IT on Radboud University in Nijmegen, the Netherlands. Was able to implement several API’s in the weekend of Dutch Open Hackathon and impressed all others with his persistence and drive to make things work. Tim is taking care of all back-end development aspects of the project.