Team

TwitteTante consists of a small, but passionate team. They are experts in communications, but also independent, competent and will adequately monitor your online communications.

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  • Annelies Putman Cramer stands at the heart of TwitterTante. She has over 25 years of successful experience in marketing, sales and PR. Recently, she decided to set up TwitterTante, as a subsidiary of Fair Focus Communicatie, which focusses on innovative PR marketing through Twitter.

 

 

 

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  • Liesbeth MarinissenWith her expertise in communications and her creative spirit, Liesbeth Marinissen is a key player for TwitterTante. She ensures that the client always comes first; that the content is created, scheduled and posted; and that the traffic – collecting content and images – runs smoothly.

 

 

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    Norbert Laan Even with his experience and know-how of digital marketing, Norbert Laan remains curious and motivated to develop campaigns to ensure that TwitterTante can reach optimal online exposure within the realm of PR. Whilst making sure that collected data is used for further growth.

     

 

 

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  • Rejean Gonsalves Jardin De Ponte is our creative office inspirator, old intern and now full-time work student. She busies herself with creating plans of action, and posting fun and trending content on the Facebook pages of our clients!

 

 

 

 

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  • Zoï Argiroúlis is a communications student at the Hogeschool van Amsterdam, and is interning at Fair Focus Communicatie and TwitterTante for three months. During her studies she has developed communication plans together with HEMA and Scouting.

 

 

 

 

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  • Zoéwe Rozenblad has joined the TwitterTante team for the coming five months. She has successfully completed numerous projects about communication and behaviour, marketing communication, internal communications, and change management.
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