An article from Agoria

TEN has the wind in its sails

The year 2015 started for The Engineering Network, or TEN for short, with a real boost. There was a new branch in Westerlo (the 3rd of the company in our country) and an expansion to Eindhoven is being considered. The corporate identity was given a serious refresher and TEN was selected to supervise one of the Kortrijk Creëert projects. That is an initiative to stimulate the image of Kortrijk as a design region. In addition, manager Mike Matheeussen could call himself one of the four finalists in the JCI election for the West Flemish Young Entrepreneur 2015.

In addition to TEN Kortrijk and Sint-Niklaas, a new location was opened in Westerlo earlier this year, especially for customers from the Antwerp-Limburg region. The office is located in business center De Basis.

That Mike Matheeussen could nominate a nomination for the JCI prize is entirely justified. TEN has put itself prominently on the map in a number of years. In 2009, Mike Matheeussen gave the starting shot for his engineering firm. He soon distinguished himself from the rest by offering solutions from A to Z. With his company, which now employs 53 engineers, he offers added value for his customers in many fields. The combination of all this expertise is the success of TEN.

Another success factor is undoubtedly the people managing skills of Matheeussen. He is closely involved in the recruitment process and he attaches great importance to his gut feeling when he hires new people. Together with his team of motivated and passionate TENgineers, he values ​​values ​​such as quality, respect, pride, drive and unity of paramount importance. The ultimate value of TEN? TEN of a kind, of course. In short, a success story without more.

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