“Believe in what you do and share it with others: the result is something very powerful.”
This quote by Mohamed Ridouani in the breakthrough report sums it up perfectly. Using collaboration as a strength is not only what Tweeperenboom recommends and does in its projects - it’s also what defines it as a cooperative.
In the breakthrough report, we focus on a number of projects. For example, the Leuven Lazarus project in which local partners work together to reduce harmful alcohol consumption. Or developing and implementing a new strategy for Oxfam Worldshops. Or the Kolenspoor project, which involves an economic- and tourism-centered conversion of the Limburg region along an old 70 km coal mine railway.
In the breakthrough report, we give voice to customers, partners and society in interviews with the Mayor of Leuven, Mohamed Ridouani, the CEO of KBC, Johan Thijs, Bart Candaele of Flanders Innovation & Entrepreneurship and many more. This makes the report not only a look back at Tweeperenboom’s past three years, but also a manual for all cooperatives working on connection and collaboration.
You can receive this report for free, just ask! If you insist on doing something in return though, we won't hold you back and we then kindly suggest to donate a small gift to the Robin Foundation. If you chose to do so, you can transfer your gift to:
BE74 7360 7162 8807.
Why the Robin Foundation?
Almost 1 out of 5 children in Belgium lives in poverty. Often these children don't have the resources to buy all of the school books and supplies that are necessary at the beginning of a school year. The Robin Foundation wants to eliminate that problem for good. Tweeperenboom is one of the founders of this foundation.