The Dutch Education Institutions (EDI) is the country’s most widely-known public education system, but its educational success is widely questioned.
With an emphasis on the humanities, Dutch universities often rely heavily on technology.
But what’s sometimes forgotten about the EDI is that it is also home to a thriving community of entrepreneurs.
For the past decade, the EDIs biggest challenge has been recruiting people who are keen to become a member of the organisation.
The organisation is now the biggest employer in the Netherlands, with 1,000,000 people working there.
In an era when the Netherlands has been criticised for its lack of innovative policies, it’s also seen as an effective model for many other countries.
So, when I joined the EDIS, I knew I wanted to make the most of the opportunities and resources I was given.
I would be given the freedom to create something that would make a difference in the lives of our young people, my business partner and me.
What I learned at the EDIC The EDI has been a leader in the development of the arts, and also in technology and innovation.
We are the only education institution in the world with an online curriculum.
We also offer a strong, entrepreneurial atmosphere that has allowed the EDs founders to build their business from the ground up.
I would also say that EDI’s students have a strong work ethic.
They have been taught to work hard and stay motivated.
During my time at the organisation, I would have the opportunity to see the results of the EDC, where EDI graduates now make up nearly 40 per cent of the countrys workforce.
If I were to choose another industry, I think the ED was my perfect fit.
The EDC’s business is driven by innovation and creativity, which I think is what makes it so attractive to me.
EDI founder and founder of a new start-up, Thomas de Jong.
You can also learn about the organisation through its website, where you can learn more about how the EDis innovative work is being used to improve the lives and futures of people around the world.