“This award is a fine recognition and boost for Beerwulf as a company,” says Hans Böhm, managing director of Beerwulf. “It was a team effort and I want to thank all employees for transforming me on the digital level. In other words, they taught me a great deal and I wouldn’t be here without them.”
“These awards are about actually booked results rather than just having plans,” explains Marietje Schaake. “Böhm and his team showed the best results which is why the jury – after long deliberations – decided to name Beerwulf as the winner. The growth of the company’s team was decisive in our decision. Moreover, Böhm has promised not to neglect the interests of the smaller beer brewers with whom he works. He has a great deal of empathy for them and a considerable drive.”
Adjan Kodde of Mirabeau, one of the organizers, comments: “In view of the quality level of the submissions and what we have seen in previous years, we can conclude that the Netherlands is doing surprisingly well compared to the surrounding countries. A successful transformation depends on various aspects, all of which need to go well. That’s not an easy feat, which is why the awards are really a search for those rare jacks-of-all-trades. Hans Böhm is certainly one.”
About Digital TransformersThe digital revolution is forcing companies to redefine their essence. Digital Transformers fosters digital talent in the Netherlands and supports the digital development of companies by offering distinctive inspiration, insights and development opportunities.
The founders of the Digital Transformers Award are recruiter Newpeople, PR bureau Lubbers De Jong and Mirabeau.