October 2013, we made up our minds. Ine and I are starting our self-employed activity. We don’t take to many risks, make safe choices, trying to build in some stability and we’ll see what’s heading our way. And so we continue: Ine with her background in finance & administration, me with my background in sales, marketing, communication and recruitment. Mmm… if you think about it… already a nice variety of expertise that we can provide.
And then there’s this new economy. What to do with terms as e-commerce, digitalisation & transformation, innovation, the evolution towards “contingent workforce” etc. Lots of opportunities arise, but not every SME knows what to do with it. They do not have a specialised department in every domain, like the big players have.
By trial and error, we’ve huddled trough these storms. And as a result, wadsup was born. Against all orders of business books to pick out a focus – and they’re quite right – we developed our own concept: to unburden and advice your company in every domain via one single point of contact: The Business Butler, who will pursue the ideal solution for every problem, or the right strategy to elaborate any idea.
For certain specific know-how, we have build out a network of specialised parties and freelancers, active in accountancy & tax, legal, marketing, ICT, digitalisation, innovation and recruitment. We don’t want to pretend that we have the everlasting wisdom for every expertise and besides our model is build on the force of collaboration. Thanks to this model we can say to our clients that they can rely on wadsup for all their concerns and ideas. Because of our thin structure, we can work at affordable rates.
In addition, we are choosing advanced technology to optimize the efficiency of our own organisation and the organisation of our clients.
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