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May 2018

EU's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and this newsletter

For some time you have been receiving this newsletter. We hope that you appreciate our updates and being part of the Steward Redqueen community.

We want to continue keeping you updated on ‘making business work for society’, on our projects in impact management, sustainability strategy, governance and tooling. Also we aim to inform you on events and general developments in our work space.

As the deadline of EU's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes closer, we need to know if you want to continue receiving this information after 25 May 2018.  We treat your information with respect, we don’t record any personal information of community members other than this mailing list and we never exchange personal information with third parties.

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Steward Redqueen representation in Asia

As of June 1st our colleague Tias van Moorsel will move to Singapore. As our new Director Asian Markets, Tias will explore the opportunities for our business in that region. He will continue working with the Dutch team on current assignments but also aim to service regional clients. He’ll serve as the main contact and spokesperson for Steward Redqueen in Singapore, and will represent the company and all its activities.

Tias has started his professional career at Steward Redqueen and since then has grown together with the company. He has more than seven years of experience in the field of sustainability and impact measurement, and holds a MSc. Economics from Tilburg University, The Netherlands.

If you are interested to connect and/or meet with Tias, please contact him at or give him a call at +31657571376.


Steward Redqueen talks about impact measurement and attribution at FinDev Canada’s stakeholder session

On March 16, FinDev Canada and the Canadian International Development Platform (CIDP) organized a joint stakeholder event “Innovation for Development Impact: A Conversation with FinDev Canada on Impacts, Additionality, Gender and Technology in a 21st Century DFI”.  At the event, FinDev Canada presented its plans for the future and exchanged views with stakeholders on building a 21st century Development Finance Institution. Findev Canada and CIDP invited Willem Vosmer and Teodora Nenova to talk about the concept of attribution in impact measurement and share their insights on the opportunities for FinDev Canada to steer on develop impact. They also facilitated a workshop on the topic with a group of stakeholders. The session’s take away was that measuring development impacts and outcomes, and attributing results to investments is inherently complex. There is no perfect or even common template across DFIs. The best strategy is therefore to take a pragmatic approach to attribution and be transparent about assumptions. 

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We are hiring

We are looking for a new colleague. As junior consultant you will be part of an energetic and passionate team. We steer a working environment which is:

  • Dynamic, as consultants work together on several projects at a time;
  • Flat , as we value everyone’s opinion and encourage constructive criticism;
  • Collaborative, as we work with colleagues and clients from diverse cultural backgrounds.

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Dialogue on ‘Sustainability in the Boardroom’

Recently we hosted a so called ‘boardroom meeting’ for the ‘Vrienden van Cobbenhagen’, the alumni association of Tilburg University. The subject was ‘Sustainability in the Boardroom’, which proved to be a basis for a lively dialogue. What kind of leadership is needed to accelerate the transition towards a sustainable economy and society? How can Boards of listed companies balance the strong forces of the capital markets with other stakeholders’ needs? In what sense are the dynamics for non-listed companies different? After concluding remarks on the value of partnerships, drinks were served and the dialogue continued.

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