Your story matters

woman with text reading: 'working together is broadening borders'

As a strategist, speaker and coach, I believe that the key to a successful project is the collaborative relationship. The magazine I made is an ideal reflection of the quality of my services. The master classes, the Kickstart sessions and the Collaboration Boosters. For me, successful collaboration is a formula for success and the reason why I can do my work with great passion. I am a natural connector and I am happy that I can reach my target group in a personalised way through the medium of the magazine. And in a wonderful way that fills me with pride.

  • Mirjam
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In October, I joined the KWIK Events team and started working on the client magazine. I already had experience with storytelling from my studies. I also had a passion for 'the story behind the company'. The relations from the events industry all sent their personal stories. By doing it by email, and not by interview, I was able to get the essence out of their story, instead of creating my own idea.
Want to see the end result? Click on this link to browse through the client magazine.

  • Fréderike
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We (STARS@ZANZIBAR) have set up a training programme in Zanzibar, with themes such as pollution, water, deforestation and climate change. It is about the problems, but also about: what can we do? We learn to find practical alternatives that do not harm the environment. In daily life and in work, we also support sustainable small start-ups. This way, we work together on sustainability: for the future and income of today.

  • Annie
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I have been writing for a year and a half and have a steady circle of readers, whom I email the link to a new blog each week. My own readers circle in particular is interested in the bundled version of de Parels. The best page? Every choice shortchanges another page. But fair’s fair, the middle page did turn out to be a very appealing one. The photo depicts my Text studio, where the doors open and the letters dance towards you in the light behind the doors. The texts that I have included on these two pages in a variety of fonts are from the 26 columns that appear elsewhere in the magazine.

  • Erica
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Two weeks ago I came up with the idea to give Arie a self made magazine. Immediately after my study, I started working at Dienst Huisvesting and in those nine years I got married, I moved, got two children, got my driver’s license and finished my master’s degree. So you could say that I kind of grew up led by Arie. There have been times when I have walked into his office stomping my feet or completely in tears. With Arie, I then came to calm down again. The best I think is Arie’s reaction to the magazine. He was speechless. That doesn’t happen that often.

  • Imke
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I am a student at the Colour & Style course. I made a magazine that serves as my final project. The result is a colourful magazine that gives an impression of my education. Soon I will open my own company 'Manon L'Eco', where I provide women with personal style advice. I am going to further develop the magazine with my own photos, so that I can use it in my own business later on. I received many positive reactions and some people even asked if they could buy the magazine.

  • Manon
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With this magazine we wanted to put Corry, the engine of OT, in the spotlight, because she has been committed to OT from the beginning. OT stands for Orthostatic Tremor, a rare neurological disorder that causes tremors in the leg muscles when standing still. To thank her, she received a self-made magazine on behalf of all members of the OT patient group during the first anniversary of the annual meeting day.

  • Gineke