The Matrix-Q Research Institute
The Matrix-Q Research Institute established a partnership with an online company from Estonia, to provide training online, certificates and licenses for Matrix-Q Consultants, Coaches & Trainers. In the following weeks members of the Matrix-Q Ecosystem will join the pool of consultants.
We would like to support social impact leaders acquire the knowledge and emotional intelligence skills necessary for the creation of the future we want
We have a new website for our DOJO
Now it includes SDGs, Matrix-Q Reality and Matrix-Q DNA App
Training & Coaching for Business Leaders
@ The Prime-Do Dojo
Coming Soon: Prime-Do Lessons e-Learning
MATRIX-Q CO-FOUNDER'S PROGRAMS 2019
The Matrix-Q Ecosystem (The Netherlands, Utrecht Science Park) would like to strengthen its innovation start-up teams.
The Matrix-Q Ecosystem Co-founders' Programs creates an opportunity for candidates to join the organization in roles as CxOs and leaders with a share-holder level of influence.
ABOUT The Matrix-Q Ecosystem
Our Engagement on SDGs :3,4,5,8,9,10,11,12,13,16,17
SDG ACTION OPPORTUNITIES: Co-founders Programs
- Circular Economy & Innovation
- Gender Equity Effectiveness
- SDG Innovation & Compliance
- Human Capital
- Automation, Technology 4.0
- Climate Change
- Sustainable & Smart Cities
- Impact Investment
THE NETHERLANDS & INTERNATIONAL
Our headquarter is in the Netherlands.
If you live in the Netherlands or abroad, you are welcome to apply for this program.
We would like to grow internationally.
You may team up with other candidates at your location.
Collaboration will be developed via our online platform.
The Matrix-Q Human Capital Team will follow up with your application process.
In order to apply please contact us by email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your C.V. and brief introductory letter.
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