During the third edition of the The Next Web conference, I had the good luck of meeting two recruits, Stefan Silke and Rachid El Matili, from The White Door recruitement agency.
Now, before you skip this video, let me tell you that any (cliche) prejudices you might have are totally ungrounded, at least, as far as these two guys go. Both Stefan and Rachid seem like the kind of people you want to work with when you are looking for a job, but please, see for yourself:
Kristoffer Lawson, CEO of SCRED, a financial management application, took the time to answer some questions about his likes and dislikes as far as the web is concerned:
On a personal note: I tried SCRED and it is a great way of managing expenses in a low-profile way. Give it a try!
Leonieke Verhoog is a team-lead of the “Digitaal” project within Dutch broadcasting organization VPRO and she, too, took the time to answer some questions on her likes and dislikes as far as web 2.0 is concerned.
Leonieke seems to know the scene very well, something you can tell by very passionate way of answering my questions, definitely worth watching.
Simone Brummelhuis is the director of IENS.nl, a Dutch restaurant guide. Besides that, she is also spearheading a pan-European initiative to get more women involved in the world of technology.
I interviewed Simone about the roles and importance of females in the web world and got some pretty interesting answers that are definitely worth watching, no matter if you are male or female.
Eef Grob, another employee from VPRO answered some questions on how the web (2.0) enables her to get some great information, but also, at times, overloads her with more information than she can handle.