DSM / Innovation Project Manager HNH Food & Beverage / Switzerland, Kaiseraugst

Are you somebody who can take the lead and who can translate business targets into R&D goals and concrete projects? As Innovation Project Manager HNH F&B, you will have a pivotal role in building the portfolio of our Food & Beverage solutions for DSM and define the innovation program and required team to fulfill the ambitions. You are somebody with direct experience in innovation within the F&B business and who sets business strategies in R&D pipelines and helps to achieve growth ambitions. Experienced in building-up R&D F&B portfolios and acts as a subject matter expert and leader within the team for his specific area. You will have a high exposure and report directly to our Innovation Programme Director.

DSM – Senior Business Analyst innovation center, Geleen the Netherlands

The DSM Innovation Center accelerates and supports innovation within DSM. In close cooperation with the DSM Business Groups, this department plays an important part in achieving DSM’s innovation objectives.
For the business and market insight team of the DSM Innovation Center we are looking for an ambitious colleague to fill in the spider-in-the-web position of Senior Business Analyst.

It’s not about the quantity – 849 members and counting

LinkedIn is a global network of over 500 million professionals, which offers a unique access to talent. The drawback of the success of this 2017 version of the “yellow pages” is that this vast quantity of profiles makes it virtually impossible to find the right talent. ambitionOne.org is a community with 849 members. True game changers, individuals that make a positive impact on the teams they work with, and companies they work for.

DSM / Operations Director – USA

DSM is looking for a highly skilled and experienced Operations Director/ VP Operations who can lead our Bio-Based Products & Services operations in the US in to the next level. Bio-based Products & Services (BP&S) is part of the DSM Innovation Center. It is one of DSM’s Emerging Business Areas. Its objective is to lead in the field of biomass conversion and demonstrate the commercial viability of sustainable, renewable technologies in collaboration with strategic partners through our expertise in yeast and enzymes.

DSM / Global Marketing Communications, Digital & Branding Manager

The Challenge

In order to remain successful, and considering major external changes and challenges, we are currently building a unified global, customer-focused, dialogue-based, highly professionalized, effectively operating Marcom function.
The Marcom function will enable the effective engagement through on-and off-line interactions with our customers.

Joost d’Hooghe

Joost d’Hooghe – I am a strong believer of using positive energy and personal relationships to build lasting commercial partnerships. Applying a 90-10, “getting things done” approach.

My ambition is to build strategic alliances between winning organisations, either in executive commercial roles or as general manager. Working with agile and empowered teams with a focused approach (strategic accounts, push products, application leadership) and goal orientation (KPI’s, dashboards, accountability) resulted in >double digit growth in a stagnated European economy.

Daring leaders in DAVOS

The leaders of our “most admired employers” are actively working on a better world at the 2017 World Economic Forum in Davos; see what FACEBOOK‘s Sheryl Sandberg, DSM‘s Geraldine Matchett, SCHNEIDER‘s Jean-Pascal Tricoire and IBM‘s Ginni Rometty have to say about employment, climate change and gender equality;


 IBM’s Ginni Rometty

IBM’s CEO Ginni Rometty comments on the effect of “robotization” at the DAVOS WEF. “History has taught us many things,” said the CEO. “When you [have] powerful technologies, you have a responsibility that they’re introduced in right way.”

DSM, PHILIPS, H&M, SCHNEIDER part of top 50 most sustainable companies according Corporate Knights

The World’s Most Sustainable Companies 2016 FORBES magazine – Corporate Knights data

The workforce, the workplace, and the future of both.

BMW, the Munich-based maker of luxury cars and motorcycles, is the world’s most sustainable company this year, according to a ranking released this week by Toronto-based media company Corporate Knights.

The company earned particularly high marks for “efficient use of water, energy, and lack of waste,” as well as its “responsible approach to paying taxes, large innovation investments, low employee turnover, and low CEO-to-average-worker pay ratio.”