Arenapoort: Public Private Partnership in the chainChain cooperation
In short: The success of the Arenapoort in Amsterdam is partly determined by the experience of visitors to shops, offices and events who come to the area by car, train, bus, metro or bicycle. During events, in addition to the residents and around 50,000 commuters, there are another 100,000 visitors to the area. The government and the business community work closely together to keep the area in Amsterdam Southeast “accessible and hospitable” during events (more than 100 days a year). To this end, preparation for and during events effectively directs accessibility, quality of life, safety and communication. The management organization now comprises more than 20 different public and private parties that work together on operational, tactical (active implementation of the PDCA cycle) and strategic level (area development).
What we do:  guiding the process towards this chain cooperation,  helping to bridge alleged conflicts of interest between government and business,  making the connection at the personal level and utilizing each other’s thinking and decisiveness,  language, vision and ambition connect with the passion and pride of executive professionals and  incorporating existing consultation structures in a robustly arranged management organization. other’s thinking power and decisiveness,  connecting with language, vision and ambition to the passion and pride of executive professionals and  incorporating existing consultation structures in a robustly arranged management organization.