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Self-employed since forever. Did guys & dogs (security), fish (food), e-commerce software and payment services. Now investor. News & Stories.
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Hi! I'm Roy van Veen, husband, dad and self-employed since forever. I did physical security (guys, dogs and system), online gaming, fish (retail, wholesale), e-commerce software, middleware and built a telecomprovider specialized in payment services. Currently running Tothem, the production agency focussed on corporate storytelling with distribution channel Duitslandnieuws.nl operating from Berlin and the traveling startup related talkshow Friday at Six.
Through the years I've worked on plays and musicals, did a lot of copywriting, wrote columns, short stories, speeches, essays, long background stories, songs, poems and lots and lots of other stuff. Currently writing a musical. A couple of years ago I discovered photography. I'm still trying to get it right, but have developed a deep affection for Leica.
Through the years I have won my fair share of ugly sculptures, mirrors and pellets. To name but a few: I was named most promising startup chief, most decent entrepreneur and most eccentric manager in telecom.