Clients

Bridgecraft has worked since 1995 for the following parties (name stated according to situation during customer relationship)

Media

  1. AT5, the regional TV station for Amsterdam and environs, recently sold by PcM Uitgevers to the Municipality of Amsterdam.
  2. AVRO, one of the constituent parts of the Dutch public broadcasting system.NRP Dagbladen, the organization that has been set up by the publishers of regional news-papers in the Netherlands to sell advertising space to national advertisers.
  3. BDU Uitgeverij, the independent publisher of the Barneveldse Krant.
  4. Casema, the largest cable operator of The Netherlands.
  5. Eneco Kabeltv & Telecom, formerly the cable operator of utility company Eneco, now part of UPC.
  6. Holland Advertising Nieuwe Media, pioneer and market leader in the field of cable newspapers in the Netherlands.
  7. Hollandse Dagbladcombinatie, a subsidiary of De Telegraaf which publishes regional newspapers and free local papers in the province of North Holland.
  8. Imca Media Groep, the media holding of investor E. de Vlieger.
  9. Ivo Niehe Produkties, a production house of infotainment television programming. The company was merged in 2003 with its competitor Renť Stokvis Productions.
  10. Last Mile Solutions, supplier of systems for the Extended Internet.
  11. Netcast, one of the pioneers in the market for internet consultancy in the Netherlands, part of Lost Boys since 2000.
  12. NDC/VBK de uitgevers.
  13. Noordelijke Mediagroep, a joint venture of the Noordelijke Dagbladcombinatie and Boom Pers, with activities in the field of cable newspapers and regional radio (Rebecca Radio).
  14. Nozema, responsible for the distribution of TV and radio signals via the ether in the Netherlands.
  15. NRP Dagbladen, the organization that has been set up by the publishers of regional news-papers in the Netherlands to sell advertising space to national advertisers.
  16. Omroep Gelderland, the public regional broadcasting station for the Province of Gelderland.
  17. Omroep Reclame Nederland, the joint sales office of the public regional broadcasting stations for the market of national advertisers.
  18. Oor, the magazine for passionate pop aficionados, a title of the Telegraaf Tijdschriften Groep, now part of the Nederlandse Tijdschriften Groep.
  19. Palazzina Productions, a production house of infotainment television programming.
  20. Paradiso, a concert venue in Amsterdam.
  21. PcM Uitgevers, publisher of regional newspapers such as Rotterdams Dagblad and Rijn & Gouwe, but mainly known as publisher of national newspapers.
  22. Provincie Gelderland, extends subsidies for regional TV in the province of Gelderland.
  23. Qompas, publisher of CD-ROMs with information about education and jobs.
  24. Radio 538, the leading Dutch radio station for "kids".
  25. Radio M, the public regional broadcasting station for the province of Utrecht.
  26. Radio Rijnmond, the public regional broadcasting station for the southern part of the province of South Holland (now called: Radio and TV Rijnmond).
  27. Radio West, the public regional broadcasting station for the northern part of the Province of South Holland (now called: RTV West).
  28. Regionale Omroepreclame, the joint sales office of the private regional broadcasting stations in the Randstad (conurbation in the west of the Netherlands) for the market of national advertisers (now taken over by Omroep Reclame Nederland).
  29. Rijn & Gouwe, the newspaper for the Rijnstreek, a subsidiary of PcM Uitgevers.
  30. Rotterdams Dagblad, the daily newspaper for Rotterdam, a subsidiary of PcM Uitgevers.
  31. RVU, one of the two units within the Dutch public broadcasting system that is responsi-ble for educational programming.
  32. Sijthoff Pers, a subsidiary of Wegener whose publications include the Haagsche Courant.
  33. Stadsomroep Utrecht, the local public broadcasting station for the city of Utrecht.
  34. Teleac/NOT", one of the two units within the Dutch public broadcasting system that is re-sponsible for educational programming.
  35. Telekabel, a cable operator that was formerly mainly active in the eastern half of the Netherlands and has now been taken over by UPC.
  36. The Music Factory, a music television station with activities in The Netherlands and Belgium, that was recently acquired by its international competitor MTV.
  37. TV8 Brabant, the regional TV station of VNU Dagbladengroep in the province of Brabant, now merged with Omroep Brabant.
  38. TV Rijnmond, the public-private regional TV station for the southern half of the province of South Holland, now taken over by Radio Rijnmond (hence the name Radio and TV Rijnmond).
  39. TV West, the public-private regional TV station for the northern half of the Province of South Holland, now taken over by Radio West (hence the name RTV West).
  40. Uitgevers maatschappij De Gelderlander, daily newspaper for Nijmegen and environs, traditionally the jewel in the crown of the VNU Dagbladengroep, now part of Wegener.
  41. VNU Dagbladengroep, until 1999 the newspaper division of VNU, now sold to Wegener.
  42. VPRO, whose publications include 3voor12, a specialised pop music website.
  43. Wegener Uitgeverij Gelderland Overijssel, the subsidiary of Wegener whose publications include a daily newspaper called Tubantia.
  44. Wegener Uitgeverij Midden Nederland, the subsidiary of Wegener whose publications include the Utrechts Nieuwsblad.
  45. Wegener Arcade, the largest publisher of regional newspapers and free local papers in the Netherlands, renamed Wegener after the acquisition of VNU Dagbladengroep.
  46. Wunderbox, an independent producer of television programmes for children.

Real-time traffic information

  1. ANWB (Netherlands Motoring Association), Traffic Information Department, responsible for the compilation and distribution of current traffic information.
  2. ANWB, Signposting Department, responsible for the placement and maintenance of signposts.
  3. ANWB, Subscription & Development, responsible for the development of strategic policy.
  4. Blaupunkt Nederland, after-market distributor in The Netherlands of the navigation systems of Robert Bosch GmbH.
  5. CMG Public Sector, an IT consultant whose activities include the implementation of systems for the collection of traffic data by analyzing the movements of mobile phones in a network.
  6. Eurem GmbH, supplier of wide area network solutions, based in Aachen, Germany.
  7. Head Office of Waterstaat, the central staff section of the Department of Public Works and Water Management.
  8. Adviesdienst Verkeer en Vervoer, the research agency of the Department of Public Works and Water Management.
  9. Siemens Nederland, Traffic Technology Department, responsible for the sale of traffic systems in the Netherlands.
  10. Sky Radio, the most popular radio station on air in the Netherlands.
  11. Stork Infratechniek, supplier of traffic systems in the Netherlands.
  12. TIC Nederland, the traffic information centre of the Department of Public Works and Water Management.
  13. Trafficmaster PLC, world market leader in the market for real-time traffic information, based in Cranfield, United Kingdom.
  14. VDO Car Communication Nederland, market leader in the market for navigation systems in the Netherlands, since recently an indirect subsidiary of Siemens AG.
  15. VerkeersInformatieDienst, one of the very few companies in the world that has made a profitable business out of providing traffic information.
  16. Vialis, Dutch market leader in the development, production and distribution of traffic sys-tems.

Port Development

  1. Continental Stevedoring Company, operator of a cold storage terminal in the port of Flushing.
  2. Delta Nutsbedrijven, an integrated utility company with activities in the province of Zeeland.
  3. Deltius, an independant operator of utility installations for large industrial firms.
  4. Dow Benelux, whose operations include the chemicals complex in Terneuzen, the largest site of Dow Chemical outside the United States.
  5. Exploitatiemaatschappij Schelde Maas, the joint venture of the Municipality of Rotterdam and Zeeland Seaports in the port area of Vlissingen and Terneuzen.
  6. Flushing Marine Terminal, a public multi-purpose terminal in the port of Flushing that can accommodate European Distribution Centres.
  7. Hessenatie, the most important stevedore in the Port of Antwerp, recently merged with its local competitor Noordnatie and then taken over by PSA Corporation, one of the world's largest container stevedores.
  8. Koninklijke Dirkzwager, supplier of strategic shipping information to shipping companies in the port of Rotterdam.
  9. Port of Ghent, the port authority along the Flemish part of the Ghent-Terneuzen Canal.
  10. Port of Rotterdam, the manager of the largest port in the world: Rotterdam.
  11. Provincie Zeeland, most important participant in Zeeland Seaports.
  12. Short Lines, a provider of rail logistics services in Rotterdam, thus competing with Railion, the former monopolist on the Dutch rail network.
  13. Thermphos International, one of the leaders in the world market for phosphorus and phosphorus derivatives.
  14. Zeeland Seaports, port authority of the ports of Flushing and Terneuzen.

Automotive

  1. Auto Recycling Nederland, the car industry organisation responsible for the environmentally-friendly dismantlement of scrapped cars in the Netherlands.
  2. BMW Nederland, the Dutch subsidiary and distributor of BMW AG.
  3. Eurocross International, the largest incident room for medical assistance in the Netherlands.
  4. Projectbureau Incident Management, the collaborative venture of the Department of Transport and the Dutch National Police that seeks to speed up the treatment of road accidents.
  5. SOS International, an incident room for medical and operational assistance inside and outside the Netherlands.
  6. Stichting Incident Management Nederland, the collaborative venture of Dutch incident rooms for tendering vehicle recovery contracts.
  7. Verzekeraarshulpdienst, the market leading incident room for operational road accident assistance in the Netherlands.

Construction

  1. Exploitatiemaatschappij F. RŲttger, a construction and property development firm sold in 1997 to IBC Holdings.
  2. Gemeenschappelijk Ontwikkelingsbedrijf, the government organisation that takes care of policy coordination and financial planning in large development projects in which the na-tional government has an interest.
  3. Wolter & Dros, a large national installation company.
  4. Woonmaatschappij, one of the largest housing corporations of the Netherlands, traditionally active in the Municipality of Haarlemmermeer.
  5. Zeeuwse Verwarmings Unie, the largest installation firm in the Province of Zeeland.

Others

  1. Academia Vitae, a nascent academy for the liberal arts, sponsored by professor Arjo Klamer.
  2. Bastion Hotels, the fastest-growing hotel chain in the Netherlands.
  3. CF Holding, a company of Mr. F.C. Thieme, co-founder of Bridgecraft Strategie en Corporate Finance, now partner of Value Enhancement Partners.
  4. CinemariŽnburg, recently renamed Lux, the largest Arts Cinema complex in the Netherlands, based in Nijmegen, and also inheritor of the activities of O42, a bankrupt theatre.
  5. Connexxion, the largest taxi operator in Europe and the leading provider of public bus transport in the Netherlands
  6. Associatie voor Direct Marketing etc. ("DMSA"), the industry organisation of the direct marketing sector. The organisation went bankrupt in 2002.
  7. Municipality of Nijmegen, grants subsidies to CinemariŽnburg and formerly also to O42.
  8. Granaria Holdings, the investment company of the brothers J.P. and D.C. Wyler.
  9. Informatie Beheer Groep, the manager of the student grants systems in the Netherlands.
  10. KPN Telecom, one of the sponsors of Yellow, a recently discontinued loyalty programme for kids.
  11. Liberty Fund, a global promotor of the ideals of individual freedom and responsibility, operating from Indianapolis, Indiana.
  12. Nashuatec, distributor of copiers in the Netherlands.
  13. Project Innovatiebevordering Rotterdam, an activity of Ontwikkelingsbedrijf Rotterdam.
  14. Postbank, market leader in banking services for young people.
  15. PTT Post Logistiek, the logistical service provider of PTT Post.
  16. S&C Investments, fund manager of European Development Capital Corporation, a venture capital fund that is listed in the Amsterdam Stock Exchange.
  17. Universiteit Nijenrode, an educational institution.
  18. Werkgelegenheidsadviesraad Rotterdam, a learned advisory body of the Municipal Executive of Rotterdam.

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