At RB Group we have the tradition to regularly spend time on our strategy, to stay aligned and focused. The first Takeoff meeting of 2020 took place on a very special location: Rotterdam-The Hague Airport (RTM).
Our CEO Richard Versluis is a panel leader and host at this year’s Scaling Up In Europe Masterclass. This is an interactive discussion in preparation for South Summit, hosted at Google for Startups in Madrid October 1st.
Over 800 developers were present on Friday, September 13th 2019 at the React Live Conference in Amsterdam. There were talks and live coding sessions by 14 speakers, about topics such as System Design, Animation, MobX, React Hooks, Performance, React Native, Gatsby, Next.JS and Micro-frontends. The fact that all speakers coded live, made this both a […]
As one of the most innovative start-ups in aviation, RB Group was selected to participate in the EU Deep Dive Week Mission to Israel. CEO Richard Versluis and CTO Jeroen Derwort made the trip to Tel Aviv and Jerusalem to connect with corporations, investors and start-ups in the Israeli ecosystem.
Last week six lucky RB Group employees were invited to visit the air traffic control tower of the Rotterdam The Hague Airport. Inner workings of an ATC: lots of communications I was impressed by both the professionalism and extensiveness of the work done by the control tower crew: they do not only support the air […]
As part of the course “Data Driven Business Model Innovation” students from The Hague University of Applied Sciences have helped RB Group with identifying and addressing airline crew needs on location. Their advice: create a social feature or app to help airline crew on layovers.
Finding and hiring IT talent is really hard in today’s economy. At RosterBuster we no issues with this; we have been able to recruit and retain some of the best talents of The Hague University. How we’ve done this is no rocket science; and we don’t mind sharing.
RosterBuster’s welcomed a group of new interns last week, that all started recently at the company. Three interns from the bachelor’s program at The Hague University of Applied Sciences will help with the further development of the app. Two others will take on assignments in the areas of customer success and marketing.