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Pauwels Consulting Recognized by KellyOCG® as a Top Supplier

14 Apr 2016
Pauwels Consulting was recently recognized by KellyOCG, the outsourcing and consulting group of Kelly Services, with the company’s annual Supplier Excellence Award. The award honors national and global suppliers whose outstanding service, superior results and strategic partnerships have made a significant impact on KellyOCG's business.

This is the fourth consecutive year that KellyOCG recognized its top suppliers and granted the Supplier Excellence Award. Twenty-four companies from Europe, the United States and Asia Pacific were recognized at an event at Kelly Services’ world headquarters. On April 11, 2016, Pauwels Consulting attended the award ceremony in London.

“Kelly’s partnership with Pauwels Consulting has enabled us to successfully execute our clients’ talent strategies,” said Thorsten Koletschka, supplier strategy and engagement lead, Global Talent Supply Chain Management, KellyOCG. “The diversity of the delivery models and capabilities of the award winners reflect the importance of recognizing the unique demands of our broad customer base.”

“We are very honored and excited to be recognized as one of the Top Suppliers of KellyOCG,” said Mélodie Rogiers, Key Account Manager and SPOC for KellyOCG at Pauwels Consulting. “Our partnership with KellyOCG started a few years ago. Since then, we have witnessed an enormous evolution at KellyOCG and Pauwels Consulting”, added Van Nguyen, Operations Director and Partner at Pauwels Consulting.

“At Pauwels Consulting we live by the mantra

If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together’.

Our partnership with KellyOCG perfectly supports this philosophy and we look forward to continuing our journey together.”

About KellyOCG

KellyOCG®, the Outsourcing and Consulting Group of workforce solutions provider, Kelly Services, is a global leader in integrated workforce solution delivery for clients worldwide, utilizing proven talent supply chain strategies. In addition to integrated solutions, KellyOCG specializes in Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO), Business Process Outsourcing (BPO), Contingent Workforce Outsourcing (CWO), Talent Advisory Services, Career Transition and Executive Coaching & Development, and Executive Search.

KellyOCG was named to the International Association of Outsourcing Professionals® 2016 Global Outsourcing 100® list, an annual ranking of the world’s best outsourcing service providers and advisors. Further information about KellyOCG may be found at kellyocg.com.

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Six years in a row: Pauwels Consulting is Trends Gazelle 2016

16 Mar 2016
Each year, the financial-economic weekly Trends nominates the 200 fastest-growing and financially sound companies in each Belgian province. Each of these companies contributes significantly to the dynamics, employment and innovation in their region. Trends ranks the fastest-growing companies according to turnover, workforce and cash flow during the past five years. For the 2016 edition, the 2014 business figures were compared with the figures from 2010.

For the sixth consecutive year, Pauwels Consulting was honoured as a Trends Gazelle for the province of Flemish Brabant.

We had a brief conversation with Bert Pauwels, founder and Managing Director of Pauwels Consulting.

“A great achievement of a fantastic team”

Bert, congratulations on your latest Trends Gazelle award. How does it feel to be honoured  – once again –  as one of the fastest-growing companies in Flemish Brabant?

Bert: It feels good. Great, actually. I am pleased and honoured to receive this award. We knew that our growth and overall results were great, but that doesn’t make this year’s nomination any less special.

This is the seventh Trends Gazelle award in 6 years’ time. Aren’t you getting used to it by now?

Bert: Never! We make sure that we will never get used to it. The moment you get used to success, you will take it for granted and you will lose focus. And if you lose focus you will eventually start to underperform. We want to avoid that at all costs.

We have a strong team that gives their very best every single day. We keep each other focused and we often go ‘the extra mile’. We owe that to ourselves and to our customers. It is a crucial part of our company culture.

What makes this Trends Gazelle award different from the other awards?

Bert: In 2011, we received our first two Trends Gazelle awards. In 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015, another four followed. But this new nomination really is something special!

In 2011, we were honoured as one of the 25 fastest-growing ‘small’ companies. These are companies with a turnover or gross margin of less than 1 million euros. In 2012, we were honoured as the fastest-growing medium-sized company with a turnover ranging between 1 and 10 million euros.

Now, 4 years later, we are honoured as one of the fastest-growing ‘large’ companies for the first time! These are companies with a turnover exceeding 10 million euros.

Our list of Trends Gazelle accolades looks better every year:

  • 2011: Trends Gazelle for small enterprises in Flemish Brabant
  • 2011: Trends ICT Gazelle in Flanders
  • 2012: Trends Gazelle Ambassador for medium enterprises in Flemish Brabant
  • 2013: Trends Gazelle for medium enterprises in Flemish Brabant
  • 2014: Trends Gazelle for medium enterprises in Flemish Brabant
  • 2015: Trends Gazelle for medium enterprises in Flemish Brabant
  • 2016: Trends Gazelle for large enterprises in Flemish Brabant

“We have already written a great story, but the best is yet to come.”

You have now received 7 Trends Gazelle awards. How do you see the future of Pauwels Consulting?

Bert: Last year, I told you there was still a lot of room for growth in Belgium and abroad. Our life sciences unit, in particular, is doing very well abroad.

This is still the case. Our team is constantly growing, in Belgium and abroad. And as of this year, we will pay special attention to our growth in France.

Our partnership with 3D Investments will also boost our growth considerably. Of course, we will continue to focus on our natural growth, but we will also try to acquire companies to strategically expand our services in Belgium and abroad.

The additional support and know-how of 3D Investments will offer additional opportunities for our customers and attractive growth opportunities for our employees.

Pauwels Consulting has already written a great story, but the best is yet to come. It’s a fantastic feeling we all work very hard for and for which I’m very grateful!

Those are nice words, Bert. Again, congratulations on this Trends Gazelle award and good luck with the further development of Pauwels Consulting.

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Pauwels Consulting is WORKSENSE Supplier of the Year 2014

22 May 2015
WORKSENSE, the global external workforce solutions program of Kelly OCG for the Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies, has honored Pauwels Consulting as WORKSENSE Supplier of the Year 2014.

The WORKSENSE Supplier program is aimed at selecting the best suppliers of talent in order to get access to the best external talent at the best price and at the right time.

Mélodie Rogiers, Account Manager at Pauwels Consulting, and Laila Bajwa, Recruitment Consultant at Pauwels Consulting, received the award at the yearly WORKSENSE summit on May 20, 2015. “We are honored with this recognition”, says Rogiers. “This is a reward for our entire team.

Every day we work hard to supply the WORKSENSE team with the best possible candidates for positions at Johnson & Johnson. We believe that hard work, smart procedures and good and open communication with our partner WORKSENSE are the key to our mutual success.

We will continue to optimize our way of working. In addition we hope that we will be able to expand our services to the EMEA WORKSENSE program and other programs of Kelly OCG in the future.

Thanks again to the entire team at Pauwels Consulting, our consultants and our partner WORKSENSE for the excellent teamwork and this amazing award.”

For further information about this reward, please contact Mélodie Rogiers, Account Manager at Pauwels Consulting, at melodie.rogiers@pauwelsconsulting.com

About KellyOCG®

KellyOCG® is a leading global advisor of talent supply chain strategies and workforce solutions. They are dedicated to helping clients ditch the script on old ways of thinking about their workforce strategy. They anticipate what’s next in the future of work and apply market insights, data analytics, and supply chain management principles to design customised solutions where businesses and talent thrive. Our commitment to challenging the status quo positions us as a trusted strategic partner for our global client portfolio, which spans leading industries across North America, APAC and EMEA.

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Five years in a row: Pauwels Consulting is Trends Gazellen 2015

02 Mar 2015
Each year, the financial-economic weekly Trends nominates the 200 fastest-growing and financially sound companies in each Belgian province. Each of these companies contributes significantly to the dynamics, employment and innovation in their region.

On 25 February, the Trends Gazellen for the province of Flemish Brabant were honoured. For the fifth consecutive year, Pauwels Consulting was one of the winners. Pauwels Consulting has received an amazing six Trends Gazelle awards in the last five years. A remarkable achievement. We spoke with Bert Pauwels, founder and CEO of Pauwels Consulting.

“I am very grateful to all my colleagues.”

Bert, congratulations on this latest Trends Gazelle award. How does it feel to again be among the fastest-growing companies in Flemish Brabant?

Bert: It makes me happy and proud, and yet it still overwhelms me every year. At Pauwels Consulting, we are not focused on recognition. Our focus is on our customers, our employees and our figures. These Trends Gazellen awards are, of course, a nice incentive. They confirm we are doing the things well and that I have a great team around me. I am very grateful to all my colleagues.

If I’m not mistaken, this is your sixth Trends Gazelle award in 5 years’ time?

Bert: That’s correct. In 2011, we received our first two Trends Gazellen awards. In 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015, another four followed. Our list of Trends Gazelle accolades grows ever more impressive:

  • 2011: Trends Gazelle for small enterprises in Flemish Brabant
  • 2011: Trends ICT Gazelle in Flanders
  • 2012: Trends Gazelle Ambassador for medium enterprises in Flemish Brabant
  • 2013: Trends Gazelle for medium enterprises in Flemish Brabant
  • 2014: Trends Gazelle for medium enterprises in Flemish Brabant
  • 2015: Trends Gazelle for medium enterprises in Flemish Brabant

How did you hear the news?

Bert: On 24 January, I received confirmation from Trends that we were one of the Trends Gazelles for 2015. That was just in time for our annual New Year’s party. I found it particularly satisfying that I could immediately share the news with my colleagues during our party that evening. After all, they are the ones who have made this possible. I am very grateful to them.

You have now received six Trends Gazelle awards. How do you see the future of Pauwels Consulting?

Bert: The future of Pauwels Consulting looks very good. We still have a lot of room for growth in Belgium and our life sciences unit is doing very well abroad. We have now also opened offices in Switzerland, France and Germany, and we expect new offices in the Netherlands and Scandinavia will follow. And the great thing is that we can open these offices at the express request of our clients in those countries. That is a luxury position that we are very grateful for.

“It keeps us sharp, and that’s good.”

What does such significant internationalisation do to a company like Pauwels Consulting?

Bert: It keeps us sharp, and that’s good. We constantly think about targeted expansion and further specialisation of our services, both home and abroad. It is also very good for our employees as it naturally leads to more responsibilities and challenges for my colleagues in the office, and our consultants enjoy international career opportunities. It is a fantastic situation for us all. And as I already said at our New Year’s party:

it has been an amazing journey so far, but the best is yet to come!

Pauwels Consulting is dynamic, sound and ready for the future. We have amazing potential. And we will continue to develop that in the coming years. Step by step. And with a lot of passion (laughs).

Those are nice words, Bert. Again, congratulations on this Trends Gazelle award and good luck with the further development of Pauwels Consulting.

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Pauwels Consulting – Trends Gazelles 2014

02 Mar 2014
Each year, the financial-economic weekly Trends nominates the 200 fastest growing and financially healthy companies in each Belgian province. Each of these companies contributes significantly to the dynamics, employment and innovation in their region.

On February 19, 2014, the Trends Gazelles of the province of Flemish Brabant were honored in Brussels. It is with great joy and pride that I can announce that, for the fourth consecutive year, we have been selected as one of the Trends Gazelles with the Mid-Sized Enterprises in Flemish Brabant. Our list of Trends accolades is growing ever more impressive:

  • 2011: Pauwels Consulting – Trends Gazelle with the Small Enterprises in the province of Flemish Brabant
  • 2011: Pauwels Consulting – Trends ICT Gazelle in Flanders
  • 2012: Pauwels Consulting – Trends Gazelle Ambassador with the Mid-Sized Enterprises in Flemish Brabant
  • 2013: Pauwels Consulting – Trends Gazelle with the Mid-Sized Enterprises in Flemish Brabant
  • 2014: Pauwels Consulting – Trends Gazelle with the Mid-Sized Enterprises in Flemish Brabant

Every year I am grateful if we receive a Trends nomination. It is always the culmination of a good year and great collaboration with fantastic staff and partners.

Therefore, dear employees and partners, I would like to thank you sincerely for your commitment and enthusiasm. Without you, this success would not be possible. Thank you very much. I hope to see you next year for our sixth Trends award.

Bert Pauwels – Managing Director

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The New York City Marathon 2013

05 Dec 2013
On Sunday, November 3, Bert Pauwels and Niels Declerck ran the legendary marathon of New York. Bert finished in 4h40, Niels finished in 2h50. Two extraordinary achievements! We asked Bert and Niels how they experienced running the largest marathon on earth.
“The New York City Marathon is just insane!”

Bert and Niels… Congratulations on your amazing achievements in New York. What did the New York City Marathon look and feel like?

Niels: It was just insane! The marathon was very well organized, and the event was very impressive overall.

Bert: Same here. The event was well organized, especially if you take into consideration that the organization welcomed more than 50,000 runners and more than 2 million spectators.

What did your ‘marathon day’ look like?

Niels: On Sunday morning, an ING coach took us from our hotel to Staten Island. Once we got there, the NYPD showed us to the start zone. After an hour’s wait we could start the race.

You had to wait for an hour? That is quite long when you are ready to run, isn’t it?

Bert: Oh, the wait wasn’t too bad. The people from ING took good care of us. In fact, those people took good care of us before, during and after the race. If it wasn’t for them, it would have taken us much longer to get to the start zone. Most other runners had to get there by cab or public transport. They had to take the subway, the ferry and a bus to reach the start zone. So getting to the start zone with a coach and waiting for just one hour wasn’t too bad after all!

Then the race started. What did the start look like?

Niels: Impressive!

Bert: No wonder! Niels started from the front row. The view must have been spectacular over there (laughter).

Niels: Starting from the front row was amazing indeed. We started at the foot of the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge that connects Staten Island and Brooklyn. The professional runners started on the right hand side of the bridge; we started on the left hand side of the bridge.

Since we started at the foot of the bridge our first meters went steep uphill. It was a hard but also an amazing start because the professional runners ran with us for the first few hundred meters. It felt great running with the fastest athletes on earth.

Did you attempt to keep up with the professional runners?Niels: No, I didn’t. That would have been a very bad idea (laughter). I just focussed on my own run. But I truly enjoyed that moment!

The race was surprisingly hilly.”

How did you experience the remaining 42 kilometers of the marathon?

Bert: I had the time of my life! From the start at the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge to the finish in Central Park, the sideways were packed with an impressive crowd! There was so much to see and enjoy… I can’t recall how many DJs and bands I saw and heard.

Niels: The spectators carried the craziest flags and panels to support and entertain the runners. That was great, because the race was pretty challenging. I had expected some hilly parts, but the whole race turned out to be surprisingly hilly.

Bert: The wind was not in our favor either. The New York City Marathon has long straight running zones. We faced a 20 mph head wind from start to finish. That gave the race a little extra ‘bite’ (laughter).

“The security was impressive.”
The media reported about draconic security measures. How did you experience this?

Bert: The security was impressive indeed. Right from the start we were followed by a dozen helicopters. They followed us from start to finish. Except for the runners, no one was allowed to come near the bridges. Not from the air and not from the water. And before and after the race we were checked multiple times.

Niels: I saw a giant police force with many dogs, presumably to detect bombs. The police were literally everywhere. I did not see one, two or four agents at a time, but entire squads of ten to twenty officers at once. I also saw many mobile camera towers along the course. All action was recorded.

Bert: I read that the police even detected 1,400 private cameras before the race. If something would happen before, during or after the race, the police would have instant footage of the incident.

Was the organization of the marathon equally impressive?

Bert: Yes it was! The organization was amazing. Considering that there were more than 50,000 runners and more than 2 million spectators, everything went ’smooth and easy’. Kudos to the organizing committee!

Niels, you finished the marathon in 2h50. That’s an astonishing average of 9,5 miles per hour. You finished as the 289th runner. This means that you left more than 50,000 runners behind you. How does that feel?

Niels: (smiles) It feels OK, but let’s not make too big a deal about it. I am most of all satisfied for achieving my personal goal. Considering all circumstances (a hilly race with lots of wind), I am very happy for finishing in such a great time.

Did you every fear that you would not be able to finish in 2h50?

Niels: At first I thought I would not be able to make it in 2h50. But I checked my times throughout the race. When I reached the halfway point in 1h21 I knew that I could slow down a bit and still make it in 2h50. That’s when I knew that I could do it.

“I didn’t have much time to think.”
What did you think about during the race?

Bert: To be honest, I didn’t have much time to think. The passionate spectators along the track amazed and inspired me all the way to Central Park. Since I wasn’t running that fast, I had plenty of time to enjoy all the festivities along the road.

Niels: (smiles) I may have run a bit faster, but I enjoyed the enthusiasm of the spectators as well. I did focus on eating and drinking though. I made sure to drink each mile and to eat a power gel every 30 minutes. I also focused on my heart rate. That’s the only way to run a ‘comfortable’ race.

Bert: I was also amazed by the many runners that had dressed up for the run. I saw runners in a bear suit, a custom suit and the flag of their home country. I couldn’t resist taking pictures from these funny creatures along the road.

What was your greatest moment and why?

Niels: Before the race, family and friends could send in pictures and video messages to support their runners. As such, all of a sudden, I saw my girlfriend and my family on a big screen at the side of the road. That gave an incredible boost! I also enjoyed running with the professional athletes on the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge. And it goes without saying that I enjoyed the finish. The feeling you get when you cross the finish line… that feeling cannot be described.

Bert: Right before the marathon it hit me that I was about to do something you don’t do every day. That was an amazing feeling. And after the race I was incredibly happy for having completed the whole race.

Did you have any stress before the race?

Bert: No, not really.

Niels: (laughter) Oh yes, you did, Bert! The day before the race you were a bit stressed.

Bert: Well, I hand’t taken the wind into account, so I didn’t know what to expect. I may have been just a bit stressed. That’s right. (laughter)

“My head said yes but may body screamed no.”
Did you experience any difficult moments?

Bert: Of course I did (smiles)! The first 35 kilometers went very smoothly. But all of a sudden I started suffering from respiratory issues. I wanted to move on but my body didn’t agree with me. So I had to slow down a bit.

Niels: I had a great race up the 30K or 35K mark as well. But then I ran on First Avenue. We had run uphill for a long time, we faced a strong head wind and we had to ‘climb’ a bridge. That’s when things started to get tough.

How did you survive these difficult moments?

Bert: I slowed down and I walked for a few minutes. I just had to. My head said “yes” but my body screamed “no”. In situations like this, it’s better to listen to your body than to that little voice in your head that still wants to move on.

Niels: I took a food gel with caffeine. And I put on my music. I never listen to music when I’m running because you may risk running too fast. I prefer running at my own pace instead of following the rhythm of the music. At this point in the race though, my music gave me an extra boost.

How did you feel right after finishing the marathon?

Niels: I was devastated! The contrast between running and walking hit me like a rock. I couldn’t walk anymore. My whole body hurt, especially my legs. When I had recovered a bit we heard that we had to walk an extra 5(!) kilometers to our hotel. We had to take a detour as a result of the security measures. Those 5 kilometers really hurt.

Bert: So true! After the race we walked for another hour to our hotel. I remember cooling down fast. We had already received a blanket at the finish line, but we only received a  warm poncho 45 minutes after finishing the race. That was a bit too late.

How do you feel now, a few days after the marathon?

Niels: I feel OK. I suffered from soar legs for two days though. I had great difficulties climbing up and down the stairs. But I’m fine again. Fortunately I didn’t feel sick after the race. I just suffered from a lot of pain (smiles).

Bert: I never suffered from pain, nor did I suffer from stiffness. I am very grateful! (smiles).

“I drove to work straight away.”

What did you do after the marathon?

Bert: On Sunday night we had steak with fries, and we enjoyed some wine and a few beers.

Niels: We had to make up for the run. (laughter)

Bert: That’s right. On Monday we had our medal engraved. We left New York on Monday night. We arrived in Brussels on Tuesday morning. I drove to work straight away.

Niels: And I took another two days off to recover. (laughter)

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Pauwels Consulting acquires Itelco

28 Nov 2013
Ghent - Pauwels Consulting, the Belgian consulting firm with offices in Belgium and Switzerland today announced the acquisition of Itelco.

Pauwels Consulting and Itelco have reached an agreement to join forces. Pauwels Consulting was founded in 1999. In the past years, the company developed as a multi-disciplinary international project sourcing partner in the field of Engineering, Life Sciences and IT. Itelco was founded in 1992. In recent years, the company has specialised in project sourcing, corporate recruitment and executive search for companies in Europe and the Middle East.

As of today, Itelco will operate as an independent business unit of Pauwels Consulting. Itelco Director Frederick De Sloover stays on to manage the day-to-day activities and to look after the quality and continuity of the business. The acquisition by Pauwels Consulting will support the further professionalization of the new business unit.

Exponential growth requires professional support

Itelco Director Frederick De Sloover welcomes the acquisition: “In order to support Itelco’s exponential growth, the company needs professional support and structure. I am therefore pleased and proud to team up with a top company like Pauwels Consulting.”

Bert Pauwels, Managing Director of Pauwels Consulting, is also very happy with this acquisition: “I have followed Itelco for quite a while. I admire the way in which Mr. De Sloover has optimized his company in the past few years. Mr. De Sloover focused on quality and profitability extremely well. As a result, Itelco became one of the fastest growing companies in Flanders in a very short time.”

Trends Gazelles join forces

With the acquisition of Itelco, two Trends Gazelles join forces. With a team of more than 320 specialists and a joint budgeted turnover of more than 24 million euro, Pauwels Consulting and its new business unit now have even more quality, diversity and flexibility on board to support its international clients. The Itelco employees and clients will definitely benefit from this acquisition as well.

Our clients and staff will benefit the most

Bert Pauwels: “Pauwels Consulting and Itelco’s clients and staff will benefit the most from this acquisition. Quality and flexibility are of paramount importance to our companies. We both have a wonderful team of employees. The merger of our teams will undoubtedly lead to a transfer of knowledge and further extension of our services.

Mr. De Sloover and I look forward to further extend our services to our clients and to support the further growth of Pauwels Consulting and its new business unit on a strong and healthy foundation.”

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Pauwels Consulting nominated Trends Gazelle for third consecutive year!

25 Mar 2013
Each year, the financial-economic weekly Trends magazine nominates 200 fast-growing companies in each Belgian province. Each of these companies contributes significantly to the dynamics, employment and innovation in their region. On March 21, 2013, the Trends Gazelles of 2013 were honored in Brussels.

Following past nominations as Trends Gazelle with the Small Enterprises in the province of Flemish Brabant (2011), Trends ICT Gazelle in Flanders (2011) and Trends Gazelles Ambassador with the Mid-Sized Enterprises in Flemish Brabant (2012), Pauwels Consulting has now been nominated as Trends Gazelle in the province of Flemish Brabant for the third consecutive year.

I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for our pleasant cooperation and the magnificent result we achieved as a team. At a moment like this however, it is important to stay focused and to use this recognition as an extra incentive to perform even better in the future.

It will never be our intention to become the largest company, it will always be our intention to be the greatest partner!

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Pauwels Consulting Trends Gazelle Ambassador 2012

03 Mar 2012
On Wednesday 29 February 2012, Pauwels Consulting was named Trends Gazelles Ambassador of the medium-sized enterprises in the province of Flemish Brabant.

Pauwels Consulting received this award for being the fastest-growing operationally independent enterprise in the Province of Flemish Brabant between 2006 and 2010. The comparison was based on the turnover, personnel and cash flow numbers in the annual reports of all mid-sized enterprises in Flemish Brabant.

 

The article below (in Dutch) was published in the March edition of Trends Magazine:

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