Trophées du Commerce France Pays-Bas 2019

 

Le 15 mai dernier, la CCI France Pays-Bas a soufflé ses 40 bougies. Lors de cette date anniversaire, nous avons récompensé certaines entreprises dont les performances illustrent le dynamisme des échanges franco-néerlandais. Toutes les entreprises nommées ainsi que les gagnants ont la particularité d’avoir déjà gagné un Trophée entre 2012 et 2018.

Les nommés sont:




Trophée du Développement France Pays-Bas

Nutricia (winner 2014 & 2019)

 

Danone aims to inspire healthier and more sustainable eating and drinking practices, in line with the One Planet - One Health vision which reflects a strong belief that the health of people and the health of the planet are interconnected. The Danone Nutricia Research Center is one of the two global Research Centers of Danone. Located in Utrecht, this Center is specialized in the life science research and product development activities for the Early Life Nutrition and Advanced Medical Nutrition businesses. Opened in 2013, the center employs over 600 people.

 

Red pimiento (winner 2016)

 

Red Pimiento is a unique and internatio-nal Trade Marketing and Product Design agency. Red Pimiento is not only a specialist in strategy, account, project and graphic design, but also has a full product development department, which is responsible for the design, pro-duction, quality checks and logistical processes of the tailor-made products and accessories for its clients. This exclusive combination of marketing and product design offers innovative solutions to customers and businesses, enabling them to stand out from the competition and increase their sales.

 

Sia Partners (winner 2018)

 

Sia Partners is a global operational strategy consultant. They employ today over 1.000 consultants spread over all continents. Sia Partners puts in motion the strategy of their clients in the areas of: Energy & Utilities, Bank, Insurance, Telecom & Media etc. Strong of his introduction to consulting 4.0, Sia Partners commits to bring an innovative look and concrete results to their clients. The consulting 4.0 represents new possibilities for the consultant thanks to the use of technologies like Data Science, IA etc. In less than 20 years they brought the company from a local presence in Paris to a global brand for implementing strategy.

 

Socomec (winner 2015)

 

Socomec started in 1922 as a small  manufacturer of electric  devices. Today, the family owned business has grown into a large industrial group that proposes safe and efficient energy solutions. Thanks to their long-term vision and international ambitions, the company established its Dutch subsidiary in 2002 by acquiring successively its two former distributors. The company invests a large part of their revenues in R&D and HR, which results in a large expertise in ensuring the availability, safety and efficiency of conventional electricity and solar power.

 


Trophée du Développement Pays-Bas France

Holland bikes (winner 2012 & 2019)

 

Holland Bikes has been the leader in cycling and electric cycling in France for 15 years. Holland Bikes was born in response to a growing need of the French people to have bicycles and bicycle accessories that are comfortable, safe, requiring the least possible maintenance, and perfectly adapted for their frequent trips to work, to do their shopping, or take the kids to school. The main mission of Holland Bikes? To introduce a Dutch-style way of life on the French market by inspiring the French to use their bikes instead of cars and public transport in their urban journeys.

 

Alewijnse (winner 2016)

 

Thanks to its wide knowledge and expertise in the field of electrical engineering, automation, ICT, integra-ted navigation systems and their own shipbuilding yards, Alewijnse Marine Systems is a key player in the industrial and maritime sector. In order to meet the growing demand for advanced and high-quality systems, Alewijnse is continuously developing innovative technologies. Alewijnse built a new service point in La Ciotat, the south of France. Alewijnse is already planning to expand its services alongside the whole French Mediterranean Coast.

 

Hema (winner 2013)

 

This emblematic Dutch convenience store opened its first store in France in 2009 (Créteil). In 2013, there were 20 shops and 71 in 2017. All HEMA’s products are easily recognizable thanks to their attractive design. HEMA develops and tests its products itself before selling them under its own brand.

 

Trophée Tech

SendCloud (winner 2017 & 2019)

 

The all-in-one shipping tool SendCloud helps retailers growing, by optimizing their shipping process. Via the plug and play integration with more than 25 shop systems, online retailers automate their shipping- and returns process which makes processing, sending and returning orders a lot more efficient. This is made possible by partnerships with different package delivery company’s in several countries. In just four years’ time SendCloud has grown to one of the fastest growing tech start-ups of Europe. SendCloud is on a mission to be world’s number one shipping tool. 

 

Cleeng (winner 2018)

 

Nowadays, data is king to make educated decision and steer your business and Cleeng is here to help you! Cleeng is an e-commerce platform that helps broadcasters and sports organizations sell their video content online. They support different business models: Live Pay-Per-View and subscriptions. Cleeng is not just a payment solution, they take care of the authentication across device, the security of the video and end user support.

 

Hardis (winner 2016)

 

Hardis Group is an information techno-logy service provider and an indepen-dent software publisher. It is also a key player in the logistic sector in France. Its expertise helps companies optimize their information system, supply chain and relationship with their clients. Hardis Group developed Eyesee, an inventory-taking drone with a camera and indoor geolocation system that can guarantee a more efficient stock control and warehouse inventory, without human intervention. Eyesee improves the productivity, safety andquality of their client companies’ services.

 

Side trade (winner 2018)

 

Sidetrade offers software-as-a-service (SaaS) for predictive solutions on the Sales-to-Cash cycle and by this, optimizes the customer lifetime value through their cloud computing platform. Complementary to customer relationship management (CRM) and integrated management software (ERP), Sidetrade technology uses artificial intelligence to develop sales, improve retention and predict customer behavior. Sidetrade allows their clients to better exploit internal and external data via algorithms and Machine Learning to take a competitive edge in their market and create value in a faster, simpler and more efficient way.

 

Trophée CSR

We drive solar (winner 2018 & 2019)

 

We Drive Solar is an electric car sharing project in Utrecht. Neighbors share several 100% electric Renault ZOEs, which are charged with locally generated green electricity, for a fixed amount per month. We Drive Solar offers Groupe Renault a living lab in which new technologies can be developed. The collaboration established two years ago shows promising results and future potential. With Groupe Renault’s choice to invest in providing cars with innovative bidirectional charging in a living lab in The Netherlands, each electric vehicle of Groupe Renault will soon have a Dutch flavor in its technological capabilities.

Connexxion (winner 2018)

 

Transdev daily gives people the freedom to go and stand where they want, via buses, trains and taxis. Transdev, world player in the field of mobility, is active in the Netherlands in public transport under the Connexxion brand. Connexxion is at the forefront of offering innovative mobility solutions and is, with 18 transport areas (concessions), the market leader in city and regional transport. Within the Netherlands, but also within Europe, Connexxion is the market leader in zero emission transport. By sharing the knowledge acquired with knowledge institutions and sister company Transdev France, they contribute to a more sustainable Europe.

 

Total (winner 2018)

 

Total started a collaboration with the UWV / WSP Amsterdam (Dutch governmental labour agency) and agency DITIS. The collaboration aims to support and recruit employees ( 55+ year and
older) who didn’t have any prospects for a career restart. This program is a win-win because Total is supplied with qualified and experienced employees at the petrol sites in Amsterdam. Senior people have a fresh start in their careers and receive coaching which results in a low failure rate.

 

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