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... worldwide but also within Europe. Furthermore, he shared with us the results of a global employee survey that shows the differences of U.S and EMEA operation agents. While U.S. agents see themselves in sales roles, the agents in EMEA perceive their role as service providers.
Cees Batenburg, SVP of Global Accounting, talked about the role that finance plays in a global company and the involvement ...
... we hopped on a city bound train. And stayed on the city bound train until it got to the end of its line and went back to where we had just come from, because no one was actually paying attention. (In the defence of the group leaders, it was only two stops) finally we made it to trouw. Which is apparently an Amsterdam institution. It is a big old printing press with a few different dance floors, a full restaurant and a bowling alley. It was pretty ...
... stores and souvenir shops we decided to go to a coffee shop and try out something on their menu. The atmosphere in the Coffee shop (which I cant remember the name of) was just perfect it was little and hippie like. We sat on a rustic wooden bench with throw pillows. We both ordered something local because we want to try all of their stuff instead of mainstreaming with more American rip offs lol.
For some reason cats are hugely accepted ...
... I am tall, I have blue eyes, I like the cold and I have really rosy cheeks.
Joanna and I visited the university again to scam some of their wifi. We then met Tijs in a main square and walked to a favourite pub where many history students were gathering. We met lots of cool people that night and drank (and enjoyed) cherry beer. It was good because Jeffrey was there so I got to see him again. We played darts, enjoyed the student discounted beer and were merry.
... where the roommates had transformed the small common area into a student dorm party – a farewell for Rosa who was leaving for India for 2 months for an internship – and I lived the student dream for the night! In amongst several beers, learning Dutch words and party tricks, I completely forgot that I was with total strangers who were speaking a language I couldn’t understand. We then proceeded to another dorm party, this time ...