Koen Berden

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LogoTitle: Managing Director

Company: Ecorys

Location: Rotterdam, Netherlands

Eager to make a difference in the world, Dr. Koen G. Berden pursued a career in economics, and international trade and development. Dr. Berden has garnered extensive experience n the field and first joined Ecorys, a research and consulting company, in 2006. Ecorys provides analysis and advice, consulting and interim management, program management and deliver, and research services.

Dr. Berden is admired by his peers and clients for his competitiveness and for his knowledge of international trade issues. In his role, he is responsible for managing projects and the commercial strategic team. He also creates the vision for the company and works with international clients. Dr. Berden takes great pride in his work and is eager to assist Ecorys in achieving its business goals. He joined Ecorys as a senior consultant and worked his way up to partner, EU27 market director, and commercial director.

Throughout his career, Dr. Berden has held a variety of positions that exposed him to all facets of the industry. He was the dean of international affairs, executive director of IBEB, and researcher at Erasmus University Rotterdam, deputy rector at Skarbek GSBE, and president of Les Anciens d’AEGEE Europe.

Aside from his work at Ecorys, Dr. Berden is an assistant professor at the Erasmus School of Economics. He is also a board member and research fellow of IIDE, director of One World Economics, and board member of Foundation Capacity for Development.

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