DISCOVER WHAT DRIVES OUR PEOPLE
Sales & Marketing
CISL Sustainability Business Case
MIT IoT Business Case
Host & Curator of The Future of Work Panel Series
Concept Innovation Papers
Whitepaper Urban Governance
Marijn is an experienced business strategist with a background in sales and marketing. Her focus is on fast-changing, or soon to be disrupted, industries. After completing her masters degree at Rotterdam Erasmus University, Marijn spent 10 years abroad in Eastern Europe, Asia Pacific, USA and UK. She worked on business model innovation for multinationals like IBM, Vodafone and Toyota, startups in the tech industry. Marijn holds post graduate certificates from MIT (IoT Business Case) and Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership. She is author of the book “Marketing to China’s Netizens”.
In 2009, Marijn started her own practice FluidNations for leaders in business innovation. She helps organisations, to unlock new market opportunities, develop value propositions and build business cases. For bs;bp Marijn is focused on representing the long-term client perspective. She signals trends that shift design expectations, like 15-minute city, circular by-design, hybrid work and community-based shared amenities.
“The future belongs to groups who are fluid, fast and nonlineair ”
– Robert Greene
WHAT’s the future of community space?
Community space (as-a-service) will address the growing demand for ‘work, learn and relax’ activities in closer proximity. Without the commute, without the loss of time. Such mixed-use developments help make the business case for shared amenities with a hospitality-like service. When we make it easier for people to share space and facilities the individual user carbon footprint is reduced.
WHAT makes you proud?
Seeing the value in the things I do in everyday life.
bs;bp TFOW panel series, host Marijn Driessen
Future of Work | panel series
TFOW | Panel Series is a journey of structured discussions for stakeholders in design projects, hosted by the bs;bp. Starting in April 2020 we responded to a time when the world gained heightened awareness that the certainties of the past are replaced by ambiguity and questions. To come up with new insights bs;bp welcomed different perspectives to the conversation. I was initiator and host of the panels. Continue reading…
Investors, developers, workspace operators, urban planners, sustainability experts, interior designers, architects, furtniture and joinery manufacturers, textile manufacturers.
“As a strategic thinker Marijn is the inner voice of clients, helping creative professionals to focus on design decisions that contribute to clients’ long-term objectives.”
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Members of bs;bp collective
Alex Sutton: Studio Sutton
Begoña Masiá: architect
Craig Welch: interior architect
Ellen Dijkstra: interior architect
Evgenia Molchanova: interior architect
Frank Twilt: interior architect
Jolanda Luymes: art director
Lisette Bokma: interior designer
Maarten Jamin: interior designer
Marijn Driessen: business innovation
Marloes Rademaker: design coordinator
Melle Strumphius: interior architect
Michiel Wijnen: interior architect
Nathan Breeze: Studio Sutton
Petra Keijser: design manager & PA
Rabia Zuberi: interior architect
Ralph Bleeker: financial advisor
Ronald van Vlijmen: interior architect
Roxan Reurslag: interior designer
Vivian Lam: interior architect