Another STBY project featured on Goed Opgelost!

STBY’s project around co-creating new business models for land estates commissioned by the Province of North Brabant is now featured on the “Goed Opgelost!” website.

Goedopgelost.nl is a website from the Dutch government that collects best practices for professionals in the public sector. With the underlying idea “A good example tends to be followed”, these cases serve as an inspiration for better and smarter services and processes.

Click on the link to read the article “An economic stimulus for land estates in the Province of North Brabant” on goedopgelost.nl (in dutch). An article in English about the project is also available on our own website.

This is the second time a project from STBY is featured on the Goed Opgelost! website. Earlier this year, an article (also in Dutch) about our project around improving services to entrepreneurs in Amsterdam was also published. This article is also available in english.

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