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    Episode 1: Dirk-Jan Huizingh

    First aired: Tuesday, 10 November 2015 at 18.00 hours

    Groningen Mophilly build apps. Founder Dirk-Jan Huizingh did for companies like NU.nl and regional broadcasting, but now also for giants like Shell, NAM and LG.

    Groningen Mophilly build apps. Co-founder Dirk-Jan Huizingh has 'turbulent times' behind us with ailing petrochemicals companies and regional broadcasters as clients.

    "As the blows have fallen," said Huizingh who now again doing better business. "Broadcasters have to cut and merge."

    Fortunately Huizingh more customers, such as LG and Shell. Mophilly makes professional applications where people work with. "We want to make people's lives easier, for example in the areas of IT," said Huizingh.

    For example, employees of NAM received in 2011 a tablet where they had to work with. "They kept the evening also still working on the couch."

    Rebellious
    Mophilly keeps there from being a bit rebellious. In Groningen helped colleague Joshua Pepper, along with entrepreneur Mark Vletter, the whole town to the right network for the Internet of Things (IoT). "A WiFi network devices."

    He also hopes to inspire the government to get well with spicy opinions on Standardization. "If I'm going to cry a little I can do more."


    Website:
    www.peperzaken.com
    Twitter: @peperzaken

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