The International eMobility-Real Estate Network, co-founded by Persblik, Connecting Minds, is a platform for people working in automotive, real estate or energy. The mission of the network is to bring together people from all three industries and establish a group of thought leaders by allowing them to learn from each other and jointly discuss the innovations needed. Because without a better mutual understanding, emobility will not reach its full potential and will continue to be a long-awaited ground-breaking technology. The ultimate goal is to make electric mobility, on the road and in the air, work for everyone.
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Persblik is responsible for all communication of the Dutch-German network E-Mobility Partners for the period 2015-2018. We write articles, interviews and blogs for the English language website of the international network of companies specialised in electric mobility. Furthermore, we support national and international press releases.
E-Mobility Partners is a Dutch-German network of companies active in the field of electric mobility in Southwest-Germany. Grid operators, consultancy and business development firms, suppliers of charging equipment and producers of electric vehicles are only some of its members.
Persblik advises the automotive training institute Innovam on its ambition to expand its activities to Indonesia. In the picture on the left CEO Leo Fransen of Innovam and on the right ambassador Puja of the Republic of Indonesia during the visit of the ambassador to the Automotive Campus in Helmond on 8 September 2016, where one of Innovam’s training facilities is located.
Persblik prepared for Logistieke Hotspot Rivierenland (LHR)/Logistics Valley two Letters of Intent (LoI’s). The LoI’s, respectively between the inland ports LHR/Logistics Valley and Cikarang Dry Port and the provinces Gelderland and West-Java, were signed in Jakarta on 23 November 2016 during the trade mission of PM Mark Rutte of The Netherlands.
In the team of LHR/Logistics Valley Persblik was responsible for the communication with the Indonesian partners and helped to write the LoI’s and the supporting ‘position paper’. Persblik also contributed to lobbying embassies, governments and companies in both The Netherlands and Indonesia.
The two LoI’s are the first steps towards a Dutch-Indonesian ‘triple helix’ with a focus on logistics, which brings together companies, governments and knowledge institutes from both countries to jointly encourage innovation and economic development.
Aedes is the national association of housing agencies, with 2,4 million houses the landlord for one out of three households in The Netherlands. Working for Aedes since 2012, Persblik wrote numerous stories and news articles for publication on the Aedes-website and in its monthly magazine.