When Martine founded her own company, Visual Harvesting, in 2009, she was able to submit a proven track record in communications, marketing and quality management. Thanks to that professional experience she got thoroughly acquainted with organizational, corporate and business operation fields, which served her well to combine her insights and creative talent, her ability to quickly and accurately analyze, conceptualize, make notes and visualize.
Martine is a successful facilitator and a passionate, motivated, enthusiastic worker bee coach eagerly sharing her know-how, as well as a powerful, supportive and competent sparring partner to her colleagues. She’s a driven entrepreneur, non-conformist and curious by nature, continuously looking for opportunities to aspire growth for her and her colleagues in whatever challenge they face.
Martine is surrounded by a thriving team of Visual Harvesters, each and every one of them adding their strong points and talents to the group. She’s ambitious to find the perfect match for every assignment and every client, so as to create the biggest added value possible.
We dare to say Axelle has gone off the rails. She started her career as a social nurse to surprisingly end up being a strategic illustrator. She listens, contributes to the thinking process and then visualizes your corporate strategy in a picture that is meant to engage, inspire, focus and initiate interaction.
“The more challenging, the more exciting” is the credo by which Axelle translates company stories and strategies into pictures that guarantee instant clarification. It’s her mission to empower drawings so they can support organizations in their efforts to successfully run and innovate their businesses. But there’s so much more than just drawing. Her experience in strategies, HR and communications enable Axelle to constructively join creative thinking processes in search of the best method to produce the best results. Even if it means that drawings are not essential to the outcome.
Sara graduated with a master’s degree in applied economics. Her first working experience as a project coordinator at Voka was followed by that of International Relations Manager at Flanders District of Creativity in 2006. The next five years the world of innovation tools and creativity techniques opened up to her and revealed all its secrets. In 2011 Sara established her own company, ‘Red Zezel’. She is committed to helping businesses engage in innovation by sharing her know-how and her passion for creativity processes. She’s a regular Visual Harvester, visualizing cases, ideas and projects.
Graduated as a graphic designer Els launches her career in the graphic industry, gaining experience in prospection, sales, account management and organizational development. She nowadays puts that knowledge to use as a Visual Harvester, a job she was clearly made for. Initiating and supporting processes of change, working with group dynamics, living in the moment, creating, innovating, transforming, aligning both cerebral hemispheres, and visual communication are what make Els’ heart pound.
Some of the clients (more than 136 in total) we’ve had the pleasure to work with:
DHL, Nationale Loterij, Colruyt, ,PNB Paribas Fortis, Telenet, Mobistar, Randstad, ABN Amro, United Nations (UNFPA – United Nations Population Fund) ), Europese Commissie, Knowlegde and Human Development Authority – Dubai, Janssen Pharma, Levuur, Euroclear, Overheid ( België, Nederland nationaal, regionaal en lokaal), RDW, De Lijn, BIvC, BMW, Philips, Astra Zeneca, Roche, KBC, Goosebumps, Coca Cola, Oracle, ING Bank, Wolters-Kluwer, Fontys Hogeschool, Karel de Grote Hogeschool, Ketchum, Essent, Nestlé, Tessenderlo Chemie, Krauthammer University, VITO, Atag, Univeg, Steelcase, The Oval Office, Sappi,…