The NextWomen Founder Simone Brummelhuis Is Ready To Advise Your Business

The NextWomen Founder & CEO Simone BrummelhuisThis week named at No.3 in the Guardian's Ten Women in Tech You Need to Meet and recently listed, also at No.3, in Fast Company’s 25 Smartest Women to Follow on Twitter, Simone Brummelhuis is the Founder and CEO of The NextWomen.

Simone is signed up to provide business advice to members of our community as a NextAdvisor in our Business Advice Programme.

For more details on The Business Advice Programme and to sign up, click here.  

Simone initially worked for 10 years as a successful international corporate lawyer (Skadden, New York & Loeff Claeys Verbeke, Amsterdam, New York) before becoming an entrepreneur when she set up her own B2B publishing company, Brummsbooks. Later, as co-owner and managing director, she developed startup IENS into the no. 1 user generated content database publisher of restaurant guides in The Netherlands. 

Nominated as Online Media Woman of the Year 2010, Simone won the Pioneering Award 2008 and is among the influential 50 entrepreneurs nominated by Sprout. 

Simone was VP Europe of, the premier venture accelerator and entrepreneur programme for high-growth women-led companies, and currently serves on the Astia European Advisory Board.

Simone is also involved as an adviser at board level with Xs4all, (was MD) and the 1%club. She is frequently asked to be a speaker, judge or mentor on business plan competitions and awards, such as the yearly Accenture Media Innovation Awards, UK Pitch, Sprout Challenger competition, Suikeroom Pitch competitions, UK Everywoman Technology Awards, Startup Weekend Amsterdam, Startup Leadership Program, London, Founders Institute, Amsterdam and 3DayStartup. 

For more details on The Business Advice Programme and to sign up, click here. 

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