Vlerick Change Makers Podcast Series - #10 Jonas De Cooman (spott)

‘Vlerick Change Makers’ is an original Vlerick Business School podcast series. In this podcast, we learn from Vlerick alumni on how they live, learn and leap in these turbulent times.

In this tenth episode, co-founder Jonas De Cooman (Masters in General Management 2005) gives his insights on how spott accelerated from a start up to a scale up and on how spott is changing the way that marketing is done by creating engaging content. Get ready for an inspiring chat about entrepreneurship.

The recording of this podcast took place in November 2020.

Strategy in turbulent times

Want to discover more changemaking strategies to thrive in turbulent times? Listen to the other episodes in this podcast series.

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