We have four new colleagues added to our team, they will introduce themselves to you in this blog. They will tell you all about their hobbies and their new function and also why they chose to work at M2mobi.
To give you an idea of how we fulfill the position of Project Manager at M2mobi, our Project Managers described a day of their work as a Project Manager at M2mobi. This gives you an insight into our culture and how we work together.
Hi, I'm Machiel! ik ben Machiel! Recently I started working for M2mobi as a UX/UI Designer. Do you want to know more about my job or why I chose for M2mobi? Read more here...
We're at the beginning of March, so our interns are already working at our office for one month now. Well introduce them to you! On the left side you'll see Felipe, he started as an intern iOS developer. And on the right side is Jeroen, he started as an intern Android developer.
In this blog posts developers and designers talk about how they experienced their internship at M2mobi and how they eventually started as an employee.
Mobile app agency M2mobi versterkt haar team met de komst van Creative Consultant René Spaanderman. Na bijna dertien jaar te hebben gewerkt bij Kega was het tijd voor een nieuwe creatieve uitdaging.
Friday the thirteenth… A day that many fear. Fortunately, not for us. It meant the start of our annual Company Weekend, a weekend in which we get to know each other better, celebrate our successes and above all enjoy a lot.
It's September, which means we can welcome our new interns. From left to right, Quirine (UX design), Caspar (Android) and Skip (iOS) will join us for the next five months to learn everything about their discipline.
The new academic year has started and M2mobi has recruited some talented new interns for both the Android and iOS team. And all though these two kamps compete a lot of time, these two guys also have quite a lot in common. Let us introduce to you: Rik and Sergio.
Since Februari the M2mobi team is supported by the new interns Michael, Inge, Jordy, Alessio, Maren and Ruben. Six students, each with their own talents and disciplines.
Every countries has it’s own traditions and in the Netherlands, Thanksgiving is not something that many people celebrate. But since we are working for the Dallas Fort Worth Airport (DFW), Thanksgiving became super important for us.