Whoever applies for a job at WDP is warmly welcomed by Sophie Corona. As Group HR Manager, she has taken care of the WDP Team for almost seven years. It’s a job that’s written into her DNA and which allows her to look for the best in people and herself every day. We asked Sophie how she manages her day, and which challenges she faces.
As the IT support officer, Kiran Van Ursel does what he loves every day: analysing problems and finding solutions. He is responsible for providing support within WDP and helps to brainstorm on IT solutions for large and small projects alike. We asked Kiran what the most appealing thing about his job and about WDP was.
WDP has approximately 60 employees who do their best every day to ensure that the company and its clients grow.
According to Michel van Eijk, Rotterdam is his favourite city. That means that a job like Facility Manager at WDP, where he indirectly contributes to the logistical development of his home town and for all of the Benelux, fits him like a glove. We asked Michel what appeals to him most about his job at WDP.
Every morning, Mariëtta van Wijk drives from her house in Amsterdam to WDP’s office in Breda to do her job as Director Business & Legal Nederland. She told us what she likes about working at WDP, what keeps her going in her job and in her life.
Tech entrepreneur, Jurgen Ingels, joined WDP at the beginning of 2018. His intention? Increase the strength of WDP at a technological level. But we want to get to know the person behind the entrepreneur, so we asked him to tell us something more about himself, what drives him, and his plans.
WDP performed well in 2017 and the prospects remain good. Mickael Van den Hauwe, CFO at WDP, takes one last look at the past but mainly focuses on a bright future. The financial expert explains how WDP will make its portfolio grow from its own strengths, what the pillars of the five-year growth plan are and what motivates WDP.