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Viva is the largest weekly magazine in the Netherlands for younger women. In 2007 the Viva won the Mercur prize for ‘best magazine of the year’. In 2008, Viva started announcing the annual Viva 400, a list of the 400 most successful Dutch women under 38 at the time. The list is a counterpart to the Quote 500.
Thrive Global, founded by Arianna Huffington in August 2016, was mentioned in LinkedIn’s list of “The 50 most sought-after startups in the US.” Click below to read my interview as part of a series about “How Business Leaders Plan To Rebuild In The Post COVID Economy”.
VIVA400 is THE list of successful women in The Netherlands. In 2019, Mandy was nominated as one of the most ambitious and inspiring female entrepreneurs in The Netherlands in the category ‘Business Wonders’.
Algemeen Dagblad or AD is the second largest paid newspaper in the Netherlands. Read my interview in the section “1 out of 1000” which highlights starters who are perhaps the new economic pillars of the vibrant city of Rotterdam.
Read my interview with Charlie Katz and Yitzi Weiner from Authority Magazine for their series “How We Plan To Rebuild In The Post COVID Economy”. This interview will be published on Thrive Global soon.
“Working remotely as a solopreneur has helped Mandy realize what’s important to her; her purpose and her ‘Why’ she does what she does”. Tune in to listen to my podcast episode as part of the Remoter stories series.
“If you’re lucky enough to be able to work from home, it doesn’t really matter where that home is.” Listen to the Borderline podcast by Isabelle Roughol about my vision of ‘digital nomadism’ and remote work.
PREZI BLOG INTERVIEW
“For advice on making the transition smoothly, we sat down with Mandy Fransz, founder of Make the Leap Digital and remote work advocate, about remote work tips, her favorite tools, and her advice to teams new to the remote work life.”
DAILY REMOTE GUEST BLOG
Read about the 5 reasons why remote work attracts and retains top talent according to a research completed by Make the Leap Digital and the Remoter Project, originally published on Daily Remote.