David Veenhuys
ENTREPRENEUR in the areas of marketing & design.

David started his career with Procter & Gamble’s Special Operations Division in Geneva where he assumed marketing responsibilities for several countries in the Middle East such as Egypt, Jordan and Kuwait.

In 1980 he moved to Marsteller Inc., an international advertising agency belonging to the Young & Rubicam Group. Working in Geneva, The Hague, Brussels and then again in Geneva, he was responsible for marketing consultancy and the management of Pan-European key accounts such as Dow Chemical, DuPont de Nemours, 3M, Pioneer Car Stereo and SEAT cars. In 1987 David left the Geneva office as Deputy General Manager in order to establish his own business.

Under his own banner, David’s experience covers:

  • Marketing consultancy services for multinational industrial companies, consumer durable companies, service companies and educational institutions.
  • Advertising and graphic design services for companies such as Logitech, Heineken, Nestlé, SGS, Opel, AISA, Iomega, the Swiss Confederation, DuPont de Nemours and several international banks.

He was Dean of graphic design and advertising at Art Center College of Design (Europe), currently teaches marketing communications at Webster University (Geneva) and organizes seminars for students and unemployed managers on how to apply successful marketing strategies to job hunting.

David holds a “Licence” in economics from the University of Geneva and speaks fluent French, English and Dutch.

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