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These young leaders choose to be part of the solution and went out of their way to make sure their organisation was making an impact in today’s world. They choose to stand up and join fellow changemakers in the collective effort for social and sustainable change that benefits both their company and society at large.

The Partnerschip Verkiezing is an initiative of The Punchy Pack and the Rotterdam School of Management. With this programme we activate the voices of young leaders everywhere to become a part of the solution.

These heroes have taken on the challenge to develop a social and sustainable business case for their organisation, proving that it is possible to create positive impact with a business perspective from within a corporate organisation. They have succeeded by working together with their executives and colleagues, with experts, artists, entrepreneurs, NGOs, government and fellow wavemakers.

Because they stand for a better future.

The competing changemakers of 2020-2021 are: ABN AMRO // Achmea // Ahold Delhaize // KPN // Philips // PwC // Rabobank // Volksbank // Zilveren Kruis

You can be part of their journey by giving your vote to the boldest, most innovative and most impactful business case of 2021. Learn more about their causes and passion in the videos below, in which the team will tell their personal motivation for participating and the impact they will create with their business case.

Voting starts April 6th until April 22nd, midnight
So, what are you waiting for?

Are you excited to start your own impact case? Just send us an email for more information via

Curious who will win the Partnership Verkiezing this year? Keep a close eye on this website, we will announce the winner on the homepage on the 24th of April.

Team Achmea Health Hero’s – BrushHour

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Team Achmea Health Hero’s – BrushHour
Tarik Eraslan, Esther Gellings, Noura Ismaïl, Kimberley van Hulst, Fouad El Ouazizi

Together, We Make Dental Health Care More Inclusive.

There are approximately 600.000 children (<18 years) who never visit the dentist in the Netherlands although caries is almost completely preventable by good habits and dental costs are covered by the basic health insurance. This is especially the case for children from families with a low socio-economic background who score worse on oral health. We strive to create a more accessible and inclusive health system for these children and diminish socio-economic inequality in oral health. We do this in collaboration with dental health professionals, secondary schools and local health authorities (GGD). By teaching children and their parents good habits and the importance of regular check-ups. Dentists will empower these children and enhance their oral health. This prevents extensive costly treatments and helps during adulthood as healthy teeth boost self-confidence, enhances general health, likeability and future employability.


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