Els Beernink joins Owlin as account manager

02 FEBRUARY 2015, UTRECHT
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Els Beernink has joined Owlin as account manager to ensure quality support for rapidly growing client list.

Els Beernink has joined Owlin as account manager from February 1, 2015.

Her job will be to keep Owlin clients happy and to act as a bridge between clients and Owlin developers. 

“We have signed quite a few new clients over the past six months and looking at our pipeline, we expect to welcome more in the months ahead. We have to make sure these clients not only sign a contract but also experience a long and happy relationship with Owlin,” says co-founder Sjoerd Leemhuis.

"Owlin is a fast growing business in a dynamic environment with smart and motivated people. I am looking forward to be a part of that," says Els.

Els joins Owlin from Reed Elsevier, the science publishers, where she worked as editor and later as account manager. She has a Bachelor’s in Biology from the University of Amsterdam and Master’s degree in Environmental Studies from Utrecht University.

As part of her Master’s she did an internship at Arcadis. In 2009 and 2013/14 she participated as a volunteer in development projects in Ghana and Indonesia. In her spare time – which will be very spare from Feb 1 onward - she enjoys playing the piano, singing, gardening and outdoor sports.

Owlin, founded in 2012, now has 30+ clients in banking, insurance, accounting, and other businesses where timely information is valuable.

Owlin gathers news from almost one million public sources worldwide, and through proprietary algorithms, software and interfaces turns ‘Information into Actionable Intelligence.’

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Amsterdam-based Owlin has been developing news search and analysis tools since its inception in 2012. Owlin's proprietary search and analysis software helps you gain control over the wealth of information on the internet. Owlin scans more than 2 million news sources around the world, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and 'turns the news into actionable intelligence'.

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