Paul is an independent associative thinker with a practical approach. His strongest competence is combining different people and good ideas into a workable structured solution. Paul started working for a Dutch telecom company followed by working for &Samhoud, a high-end consulting firm for service related companies where he specialized in working in multi disciplinary teams to create strategic innovations and get them into business solutions. He worked mainly on projects for the transport sector. In 2000 he started working for the Dutch Railways (NS) as head of the Development & Design of the Dutch Public smartcard system. Early 2006 he started his own consultancy firm Lynxx, specialized in mobility, data & change in The Netherlands, Europe, US, and Asia Pacific. In 2014 he and his team developed Tranzer, the first MaaSapp in the Netherlands.
- June 11: the Studio: where ideas come to life
Keep our cities flowingMaaS providers must be able to offer all forms of transport that are publicly financed or that are located in the public space (public transport, shared bicycles and shared cars) (plans, books and payments). They also must also have non-discriminatory access to the entire portfolio of carriers, so that they can offer a competitive offer and need global facilitating B2B platforms to plan, book and pay all in 1 app (Tranzer). The government leads in vision and regulatory framework which reflect in pricing, capacity and environmental impact. Operators are the backbone of MaaS.