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Google names Bertisen country manager Netherlands

Tuesday 28 April 2020 | 15:04 CET | News
Google has appointed Martijn Bertisen (41) as country director of its operations in the Netherlands. He will replace Pim van der Feltz from 01 July. 

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Companies: Google
Countries: Netherlands
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