About studio Gear Up

New job opportunity for (junior) consultant/analyst


We are looking for an ambitious and entrepreneurial (junior) consultant / analyst with a drive for a sustainable future. We need your intellectual and creative thinking to advise our clients in their activities and positioning for an upcoming biobased and circular economy. studio Gear Up is a growing independent strategic advisory company that provides analyses and market and policy development insights to its clients.  The policy landscape is changing towards a climate neutral, biobased and circular economy and this requires policy makers, industrial organizations as well as other stakeholders like NGO’s to reconsider their activities in this transition. As a (junior) consultant / analyst you will have the opportunity to make a lasting impact and gain experience in an international and dynamic network. If you have a genuine interest in achieving a sustainable future and are equipped with an explorative mindset with strong analytical and communication skills, we are looking for you.

Indicative start date: September 2019.

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Eric van den Heuvel

studio Gear Up, founded by Eric van den Heuvel, works on resource efficient solutions for a sustainable society.

The studio is identifying and creating the best options to decarbonize functions, like creating alternatives for fossil fuel. studio Gear Up is committed to developing sustainable and transparent biosourcing.

Together with clients studio Gear Up will assess the right opportunities and best propositions under current policy and market developments.

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Loes Knotter

Loes Knotter
Loes Knotter

Loes Knotter is partner at studio Gear Up. She has developed a focus on market analysis and positioning and has experience with new business development and public affairs. She received the basics in management consulting at Berenschot, at the strategic communication team, followed by a fast track learning curve in strategy implementation at Econcern, a multinational sustainable energy company, and at a number of start-up companies in portfolio of the venture fund, Ecoventures (a subsidiary of Econcern). Unfortunately, this company went bankrupt in August 2009. She kept on working as an independent consultant for Schiphol Group on the strategic development and implementation of theGROUNDS, a corporate venture program that was originally set up as a joint venture between Schiphol Group and Econcern.

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