Victor joined Telecompaper in September 2011. After several years of telecom retail experience he joined our research team.
Ed Achterberg founded Telecompaper in 2000. As senior research analyst he has detailed knowledge about the Benelux telecommunications industry. He focuses on delivering in-depth analysis on trends across the Benelux and the Western European industry, for both the mobile and fixed/broadband market.
Prior to Telecompaper, starting from 1995, Ed Achterberg worked as telecom consultant and focused on telecom regulation and legislation, numbering, interconnection, and number portability for several telecom operators, including BEN, Dutchtone, Enertel, Callmax, BT/Telfort and others.
He has a Master of Science degree from Technical University Delft, and is fluent in Dutch, and English.
Kamiel Albrecht has been working for Telecompaper since March 2002 and focuses on the Dutch broadband, fixed telephony and TV markets focussing on services. In his research he keeps a close eye on the developments with regards to cable, FTTH and DSL as well as VoIP, IPTV, and OTT. He is also focused on the developments in Austria, Switzerland and Germany, using know-how gathered as news editor for the German-speaking countries in the first nine years of his period as Telecompaper employee.
Kamiel Albrecht is also news editor specialising in German-language countries. He holds a BA in Information Services and Management (IDM) from the Hanzehogeschool in Groningen. Kamiel is fluent in Dutch, English, French and German.
Erik Compter has been working for Telecompaper since November 2000. He is responsible for quality and content of the Dutch section of Telecompaper. Erik writes news abstracts, background articles and market commentary’s for the internet site. Erik also conducts research on the Dutch FTTH market and is responsible for the Telecompaper events. Erik holds a BA in Information Services and Management (IDM) from the Hogeschool Brabant in Tilburg.
Junior researcher at Telecompaper. Responsible for research, analysis and reporting on mobile products and services, pricings.
Sanne de Bruyckere joined Telecompaper as a market researcher in March 2013. Together with Tine she is responsible for the Telecompaper Consumer Panel. Next to the research related to the panel, she also supports other researchers. Sanne holds a MSc in Leisure Studies from the University of Tilburg and is fluent in Dutch and English.
Tine Niezink joined Telecompaper as a market researcher in December 2010. She will be responsible for the Telecompaper Consumer Panel and all the research related to the panel. Before Tine joined Telecompaper she worked for seven years at Blauw Research as a project manager. There she was responsible for several research projects, with a focus on Telecom studies. Tine studied International Business and has a bachelor degree from the Hanzehogeschool in Groningen. Furthermore, she completed her Nima B study. Tine is fluent in Dutch and English.
Tim Poulus joined Telecompaper in November 2008. His focus areas range from FttH and WiMAX to regulatory developments. He has a degree in physics and he is a registered financial analyst. Prior to Telecompaper Tim has held various positions within Robeco, the investment management arm of Rabobank. He has been tracking the telecoms industry as a financial analyst since 1999.
Esli Rutgers is a researcher at Telecompaper since mid 2010. He is responsible for research, analysis and reporting on fixed products and services, for both the consumer and business market.
Marion ter Welle joined Telelcompaper in February 2009. She works on various research projects, mostly focused on mobile in the Netherlands as well as in the UK, Belgium and France. She regularly writes background articles on the mobile payment industry. She joined from Spencer Stuart where she worked as the Industrials Information Specialist. Prior to that she worked in London for Merrill Lynch, Morley Fund Management and Morgan Stanley in various Information Specialist positions. Marion holds a MSc in Human Geography from the University of Amsterdam and a MSc in Information Science from City University London. She is fluent in Dutch, English and French.
Alejandra van de Roer joined Telecom Paper as a senior research analyst since April 2008. She is responsible for delivering in-depth analysis on emerging trends across the Benelux and the Western European industry as they mainly relate to mobile and wireless. In this role she focuses on areas such as operator’s performance, strategies, competitive landscape analysis, MVNO’s and new technologies development as LTE.
Prior to joining Telecom Paper, Alejandra worked for 7 years at IDC’s Telecommunications and Networking department. At IDC she focused on Western European research mainly in areas as network equipment spending of mobile operators, mobile pc data cards, WiMAX and mobile workers. She also worked on various programs and consulting projects covering several areas such as next-generation optical network equipment and business network services.
Before joining IDC she worked as an intern for Motorola US to perform her final graduation thesis. She has a bachelor's degree in international business and languages from the HEAO in’s-Hertogenbosch, the Netherlands, and is fluent in Spanish, Dutch, and English.
Maarten van Vliet joined Telecompaper in 2010. His focus is on mobile devices and operating sytems. Since 2005 Maarten van Vliet has been working as an editor in the telecom sector. He received a Masters degree in Literature and in business communication from Utrecht University. He is fluent in Dutch, English and French.
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