Jennifer Goossens – HR Assistant / PA: “Instead of talking in meetings, we prefer to deliver quality to our customers. We therefore decided to get started with Yabbu. Since then, there has been more room for topics that really need to be discussed. Even now that we have to meet remotely due to the Corona crisis.”
Read their stories to understand why nobody quits.
Why Our Customers Love Yabbu
Yabbu works so well it's addictive! Why? Meetings become shorter, more inclusive, more engaging, and more fun! But don’t take our word for it: read what our customers have to say!
Willeke Bosse – Teacher at Academy for Healthcare at Avans University. How do you ensure that meetings are not just an occasion where everyone has their say without coming to a conclusion? We ask Willeke Bosse from the Academy for Healthcare, part of Avans University of Applied Sciences.
Paul Tilanus – Senior Project Manager at TNO. How can you successfully work together remotely? We ask Paul Tilanus, Senior Project Manager at TNO, who talks about COBACORE, one of the many international projects he’s managed. Paul explains why he added Yabbu to his toolset.
Matthew Buys – Director of Membership at ORCID. How do you organise meetings with a team that’s so spread out across the globe that it’s difficult to find time slots that everybody is available for a conference call? We ask Matthew Buys, Director of Membership at ORCID.
Emiel van der Steen – treasurer Residents’ Association Vredenburgh. How do you make your meeting more efficient, without sacrificing its social function? We ask Emiel van der Steen, treasurer of the residents’association Vredenburgh, Emiel explains how Yabbu contributes to the way in which they hold meetings.
Joost Fleuren – Program Manager Innovation Lab at the Chamber of Commerce. How do you transform the classic meeting with all its flaws, into a decisive process that makes everyone happy? We ask Joost Fleuren, program manager of the Innovation Lab of the Chamber of Commerce.
Paul Bosse – Chairman at Court of Audit Commission at the Woensdrecht municipality. The meeting often is central to secondary functions. These meetings are additions to your regular job. That means you want to spend your time well. But how do you do that? We ask Paul Bosse, Chairman of the Court of Audit Commission in Woensdrecht. He talks about the way inwhich Yabbu has helped them meet smarter.