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Bringing people into motion. That’s what we do. It is essential to stay in good shape ourselves. By spotting trends and interpret market developments. Via our blog we share our findings.

Monday 19 November 2018

On the Move at Motion 5: Three lessons learned so far

On the 3rd of September I started my new job as a Consultant at Motion5. I’m proud to be a part of an energetic and motivated team, realizing sustainable and valuable customer relations in healthcare. Read more about my experience and lessons learned so far.

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Friday 7 September 2018

New vacancy!

We are hiring! Can you help us expand to the German MedTech market?

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Wednesday 9 May 2018
Managing Director

All you need is… SAM!

Three different account managers visiting the same customer in one week, without knowing from each other what has been discussed? Implementing services or cross-BU initiatives, but lacking proper access to the appropriate C-level stakeholder? These are all very common themes in larger organizations. The solution? Hiring a SAM! But, is that all it takes?

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Tuesday 5 September 2017
Managing Director

Nurturing the great value of customer feedback

Several studies show that if customers are very satisfied with your products or services, their loyalty towards your company will increase significantly as well. If we have the chance to talk with customers about their current satisfaction level, why not extend our research with topics that are directly impacting the future?

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Monday 14 August 2017
Managing Director

Help, I’m a consultant!

Frijke is General Director and Consultant at Motion5. Recently she heard that knowledge loses its sustainability. Frijke started a search for the value of her subject. And she stands out for the real consultant.

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Sunday 24 July 2016
Founder Motion5

A study goal with poles and a net

People simply can’t live without goals. Just like vitamins, goals are a necessary component of proper functioning. The goals must be clear to all parties and form a sturdy whole of conjoining parts: the poles and the net.

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