The Supervisory Board of i+solutions has the following members:
André van de Sande - Chair of the Supervisory Board
André has over 25 years of Life Sciences experience in both mature and emerging markets in Western and Central Europe, Asia Pacific and Middle East Africa. He led organizations ranging from 40 to 1400 employees as CEO, Managing Director and Regional Vice President mainly for major pharma companies. He possesses broad Non Executive and Advisory board experience with a.o. Lloyds Pharmacies and as past chairman of BioFarmind (HollandBio). Currently he is also the chairman of the board with MedtechPartners and advisor to Pivot Park and several lifescience companies. He recently concluded the second exit of Lifescience Consultancy company Xendo Holding. He now started André van de Sande Consultancy BV which provides Interim Management and Business Coaching support to Lifescience companies. He holds a MBA degree from Tilburg university, The Netherlands and a MSc in Management from Purdue University, USA. Followed also the supervisory board member program of Nyenrode University.
Martine has a passion for Finance, Logistics and International Management. She has worked for 18 years for TNT Express and Logistics in a variety of roles in Finance & General management and Mergers & Acquisitions leading multi-country organizations and departments from 80 to 300 people.During this time she has lived in a variety of countries in Asia, Eastern and Western Europe. She currently works as CFO for Van Den Bos Flowerbulbs,responsible for the Finance, HR and IT practice of this multi-country worldwide exporter of Lily flower bulbs (private equity investment). As a student Martine conducted a study on Public Private Partnerships for slum redevelopment. For that purpose she worked for a NGO in the slums of Mumbai, India. While working for TNT she has been involved in setting up the partnership with the World Food Program called Move the World. Martine holds a MBA from Cornell University (USA) and a MSC in Systems, Transportation and Logistics Engineering from Delft University. In 2018 she has completed the Supervisory Board program (Leergang Board Potentials) of Nationaal Register.
Michel Jacobs works at the Rotterdam based law firm Ploum Lodder Princen and has been a partner since 2004. He specializes in contract and competition law and works in a commercial advisory and litigation practice. His clients are mostly (international) companies and institutions. Michel Jacobs has extensive experience in assessing and negotiating commercial agreements. He also assists companies being inspected by the Authority for Consumers & Markets and/or the European Commission. He heads the practice group Competition Law, and is part of the team Care of his firm. He is also very active as a speaker, and acts as a visiting teacher at the Erasmus University Rotterdam in competition law.
Prof. drs. Kees Ruijgrok is professor emeritus Transport & Logistics at Tias Business School of the University of Tilburg, in close collaboration with the Technical University Eindhoven. Kees Ruijgrok has many years of experience teaching in the field of transportation and logistics, and is an experienced researcher and advisors in both the field of freight and passenger transport. He has been involved in numerous international research projects.