Deelnemers ‘Best New Partnership Award 2018-2019’

The Partnership Verkiezing is an initiative of The Punchy Pack, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and FMO. Creating sustainable impact is the goal of this programme in which young professionals from various organisations develop social and sustainable business-cases from within their organisation. On April 12 we celebrate the achievements of all the teams, and we award one of the teams with the ‘Best New Partnership’ price.

You can be a part of their journey by giving your vote to the boldest, most original and most impactful business-case! View their campaign video below, vote for the team that you believe should win the Partnership Verkiezing 2018 – 2019, and contribute to our shared impact!

Voting starts on March 27 and will end on April 11 at midnight.

Participants of De Partnership Verkiezing 2018-2019 are: Ahold Delhaize // FMO // Philips // PwC // Rabobank Westland // Zilveren Kruis Achmea & Rabobank

Are you curious or want to participate yourself? Sign up now for more information about the next edition starting this fall!

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Ahold Delhaize – Drive: deliver a better Future

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Ahold Delhaize – Drive: deliver a better Future:
Annemiek de Graaf, Bas Schrauwen, Maarten van Beem, Marjolein Heijne, Wiet van der Kun

Drive! Deliver a better future; a program aimed at providing refugees an opportunity to build a better future in the Netherlands. By offering them a job as driver for Albert Heijn online, and career opportunities within the transport sector. Having a job facilitates the integration process through social contacts, ability to practice the language and experiencing the culture. We not only want to give these people a job, but make them feel more at home to really build a better future.

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FMO – Solar panels for refugee camps

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FMO – Solar panels for refugee camps:
Louise Boehm, Tess van der Zee, Wennie Waeijen

Team FMO is working on renewable energy solutions for refugee camps and their host communities. Their business case turns the presence of a refugee camp into anopportunity for regional development instead of a threat. By leading a convoy of (financing) partners towards investing in renewable energy, and moving away from a donation-based only situation, they create a sustainable business case for the long-term. Additionally, they develop a vocational training program for both refugees and local community members in installing, maintaining and operating the renewable energy solution themselves.

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Philips – TerraBag

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Philips – TerraBag:
Anke Verstappen, Noelia Ferrero Lopez, Max van Apeldoorn, Mrunal Patki

In a world with high plastic pollution, using recycled plastics is a step in the right direction. However, to further decrease the environmental impact of packaging, its function should also be redesigned. This business case proposes to take the next step in sustainable packaging by offering a packaging solution that can be used by the customer after it has served its purpose of protecting the product during transport.

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PwC – Seeds of PwC

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PwC – Seeds of PwC:
Emma van de Schoor,  Joris Lievens, Laura van der Plas, Özge Özbunar, Walid Sediq

Within PwC NL a project was set up that focusses on creating work experience places for refugees. The plan is to boost and scale up this initiative by setting up a 7 months traineeship for 15 talented newcomers with an accountancy or economics background in the Assurance practice.

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Rabobank – Myan-Farmer Credit

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Rabobank – Myan-Farmer Credit:
Jessica Saat, Laurens de Goede, Matthias Bos, Stephanie Vrolijk

Myan-Farmer Credit…..Creating impact for smallholder farmers that matter!

Enabling Smallholder farmers to improve the financial inclusion by setting up an effective partnership with financial institutions.
This will improve food security, sustainable farming practices and the quality of life.

All farmers count… can we count on you?

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Zilveren Kruis, Achmea Bank & Rabobank – FinBuddy

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Zilveren Kruis, Achmea Bank & Rabobank – FinBuddy:
Jeffrey van Dam, Lennart den Hartog, Manouck van der Knaap, Rianne van der Velde, Saskia van der Salm

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