RGP adds four professionals to its Dutch team

18 September 2019 Consultancy.eu 3 min. read
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The Dutch organisation of global consulting firm RGP has bolstered its ranks with three consultants and one member of staff.

Martin Kroonsberg has joined the Information Management practice of the firm, and will focus on topics including digital strategy and innovation, IT risk management, cybersecurity and technology execution. 

Appointed a Managing Consultant, Kroonsberg brings over 20 years of experience in consulting and banking. He most recently served the Dutch arm of Unisys, and previously worked just under a decade for Capgemini. Earlier in his career, he held roles at DitP and ING, where he launched his career. 

“I look forward to working on challenging projects,” said Kroonsberg. “At RGP, people are at the heart of services and company policy; this aligns well with my personal belief that sustainable results are built on the involvement of people.” Martin Kronsberg, Marc de Lange, Sten Lodenstijn en Emine Bayram - RGP

Marc de Lange has joined the Supply Chain practice of RGP. After spending six years at UPS, the ambition to draw on his expertise to help clients across a range of sectors optimise their supply chain attracted him into consulting. “I consciously decided to explore the world of consultancy, and after my first interview with RGP, I felt a true connection. My decision was then basically made.” 

“RGP’s human-centred and pragmatic approach, combined with the international clientele, were for me the main drivers to pursue my career at RGP.” 

De Lange specialises in operations excellence, continuous improvement, and supply chain topics such as demand planning, warehouse optimisation and logistics engineering. At UPS, he most recently held the role of Engineering Supervisor for the Netherlands and France, and previously, he held the same role for the Italy and Spain geographies. “I look forward to contributing to RGP’s team.” 

The 27-year-old Sten Lodenstijn has strengthened the Project Management service portfolio of RGP. He previously worked for ContourdeTwern, an organisation that supports social cohesion in the Brabant province. In the role of IT Project Coordinator, he served as the linking pin between the business and IT, as well as contributed to a digital transformation programme. Lodenstijn has also gained experience with agile working, business intelligence and application management.

“RGP offers me the possibility to work pragmatically with and for international companies with a global impact, which excites me greatly. In my new role as Project Consultant I want to leverage my expertise to help our clients achieve their business goals.”

Completing the quartet of new hires is Emine Bayram, who has been appointed a HR assistant. She will support the firm’s HR team cater to the growing need for recruitment and HR support. Bayram, who has been tapped on an interim basis, said, “It’s lovely to be in an environment where I feel that I actually part of the firm and team.”

Bayram holds a Bachelor’s degree in Human Resource Management, and as part of her ambition to develop her skills in supply chain management, she will in December start with a part-time Master of Science programme at Nyenrode University, a private Dutch university located in Breukelen.

With over 4,000 consultants and staff across 70 offices, RGP is one of the globe’s larger consulting firms.