September 2020 we will start with a new concept in The Netherlands: the Limo Sessions! Interviews with directors from the education and business sector. In 30 minutes interviews, they will give an insight into what their work looks like, their vision on education and entrepreneurship and the most important lessons they have learned.
What to expect
The key words are informal, inspiration and content. In other words, leadership, vision and involvement are needed more than ever. Our goal with the Limo Sessions is to inspire and fascinate others with beautiful interviews. Above all, the health of the directors interviewed counts most. Therefore it’s good to know that our classic Lincoln Town Car stretch limo is spacious enough for the 1.5 meter social distance.
Where to see
In September 2020 we will do 10 interviews. After that, we will broadcast an interview every week on YouTube. This will start from the second week of October 2020. We will do those interviews in Dutch and subtitle them in English. Next to YouTube, we will make the interviews available and share them on several websites and social channels.
Do you want to follow the interviews and join the conversation about the Limo Sessions? Please follow us on LinkedIn, tagging EURObizz Academy, on Instagram tagging @eurobizzacademy (in Dutch) and use the hashtag #limosessions on social channels.
The following directors did confirm already to join:
With the Limo Sessions, we will not only consider inspiration; we also consider also impact. Within our possibilities, we will contributed to impact via:
* Fuel: in our Lincoln Town Car limousine, an LPG tank has been build in; although it is still a fossil fuel, LPG has less CO2 and fine particulates emissions.
* Impact: from every offer agreed with schools, EURObizz Academy donates a small amount to our EURObizz Friendz Foundation; this foundation works with voluntaries only and organizes social impact projects and contributes to micro loans via Kiva.
* Fair Trade: our IT management and software development is done by Trinity Software Center, who operates based on the Fair Trade Software principles and requirements.