The following companies can be chosen for the Masters Program Strategy & Organization:
Option 1: Innopay
INNOPAY helps companies and public institutions to innovate in their digital transformation - from strategy to execution - by offering consultancy services in the field of digital transactions, combining expertise in business, technology and regulation related topics. We help our clients by showing them how to navigate in the world of digital transformation and move towards new business models to leverage the opportunities that arise within an open and data-driven economy.
More than ever, organisations (corporates, SMEs and scale-ups) need to focus on their digital strategy to engage with their clients. The competitive landscape in the financial industry has already changed significantly and will continue to change in the next years. Similar changes are starting to occur in other industries (such as Logistics, Mobility, and Public Services) as well. Technology- and data-driven companies, such as scaling Fintech, established Bigtech and the more innovative incumbents, are continuously challenging the existing client relationships with innovative customer-centric value propositions and business models. INNOPAY is specialised in the delivery of innovative and trusted strategies, solutions and services across a variety of sectors and helps companies in achieving these goals.
Our landmark projects confirm our expertise: facilitation the co-creation of iDEAL in 2003 and other activities.
Option 2: Smurfit Kappa
Smurfit Kappa Group is an FTSE 100 company and one of the world’s leading providers of paper-based packaging. The company operates over 350 facilities across 33 countries in Europe and the Americas. As a paper and corrugated manufacturer, Smurfit Kappa is able to serve almost every industry with innovative and sustainable products such as displays, e-commerce packaging, bag-in-box, cases and protective materials. Recently in June 2019, Smurfit Kappa was recognized at Deliver, the biggest e-commerce logistics event in Europe.
Smurfit Kappa takes high responsibility when it comes to sustainable business and strives to become a fully circular company in the future. On a daily basis, the company focuses on five strategic values which are embedded in their integrated supply chain: forest, climate change, water, waste, and people. Almost all of the raw materials are sourced from own paper mills, so consistency is always a key attribute to the products. Because those products are 100% renewable and produced sustainably, Smurfit Kappa supports its customers to their environmental footprint.
Smurfit Kappa Benelux represents 30 facilities, with approximately 3.000 employees. The markets served from food and flowers to the automotive and chemical industries. Every year 4 - 8 trainees start the Benelux traineeships between May and December (applying is possible between March and September). In two years they are challenged in 3 - 4 assignments across multiple disciplines across several facilities. Personal development is highly valued within the company and hence an important part of the traineeship program.
Option 3: Willis Towers Watson
Willis Towers Watson is a leading global advisory, broking and solutions company that helps clients around the world turn risk into a path for growth. With roots dating to 1828, Willis Towers Watson has 40,000 employees in more than 140 territories. We design and deliver solutions that manage risk, optimize benefits, cultivate talent, and expand the power of capital to protect and strengthen institutions and individuals. Our unique perspective allows us to see the critical intersections between talent, assets and ideas — the dynamic formula that drives business performance.
Unlock your potential at Willis Towers Watson.
* In the information booklet provided on the Masterday you can find more details about the companies, e.g. the master students the company is looking for.