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Meet Michel: "Sometimes there are moments when I struggle, but then you know you can count on the colleagues around you within Datashift."

Datashift keeps growing and attracting new talent, but now we want to put some of our more senior colleagues in the spotlight. Michel is a strong force behind Datashift and has been for more than 5 years been in the company. Michel saw Datashift growing and he shares his thoughts on past and future.

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Meet Nathalie: "I’ve worked for a smaller company and for one of the Big Four. It is very clear that Datashift has the best of both worlds."

Datashift keeps growing and attracting new talent, but now we want to put some of our more senior colleagues in the spotlight. Nathalie has been with Datashift since the beginning and was Datashift's second employee. In this interview with Nathalie, she talks about her decision to join and looks back on those first six years.

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Back to our roots: why Datashift opened a new office in Leuven

Since its inception, Datashift has had an office in Mechelen. The company started out in the city’s co-working space Ondernemershuis and later moved to its own building — a former family house. Safe to say, Mechelen is Datashift’s first home. But the tech company is now expanding outside the city’s borders. To Leuven, to be precise. For a good reason. Three good reasons, actually.

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How it all began: three moments that needed to happen before Datashift could happen

On January 15th 2015, 7 years ago, Datashift was born. Ever since then, the company has been growing quickly. The past seven years have not been without its challenges, but Datashift has managed to survive the delicate “baby stage”, it has lived through the “terrible two’s” and is now well on its way to go through those early teen years successfully. But Datashift’s birth and subsequent successes wouldn’t have happened if other things didn’t happen first in CEO Nico Huybrechts’ life. “There are three moments that were pure luck, but looking back, they were the catalyst for Datashift.”

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