When you take the “Basic Income” pill, you can allow yourself time to figure out what you really want to do and what your real contribution can be, without the burden of a paying job that you don’t want to do. But does it really require a basic income to realise the abundance of our own creativity and the necessity of healty communities?
SBE alumnus Hilko de Brouwer calls the Dutch financial sector to thoroughly rethink its financial communication.
Stefan Scherpenborg, 22, is doing a master’s in Marketing-Finance at SBE. Because of his strong interest in digital currencies, Stefan is currently helping to develop a new social-exchange platform, Pendo.
Burak Can remembers clearly the decisive moment that made him conscious of the need to learn to better communicate the topic of his research at Maastricht University School of Business and Economics.
“My work as a journalist nowadays has much in common with that of an academic researcher. That is why we can and should work more together,” says Johan van de Beek, a reporter at the Dutch regional newspapers Dagblad de Limburger/Limburgs Dagblad.
Wim Naudé is Dean Director, Director Research and Professor of Development Economics and Entrepreneurship at Maastricht School of Management, and
After two extraordinary years working for Google, my girlfriend and fellow SBE alumna Judith Enders and I decided to leave
Bob Wilkinson retired from Maastricht University in late November as a Senior teacher in English for Academic Purposes and English
The message came out of the blue. “I hear that next week you’re giving your last lecture at the School
For Lukas Hengl, taking SBE’s Brand Management course and competing in the Brand Fair rekindled his interest in Marketing. ”Now