Co-founder of 5 companies and an owner/partner of 4, he is an investor in numerous companies in Real Estate, Health & Wellness, IT, Telecom, Media and Security.
Jordy Kool is CEO of Infotheek Group NV, an IT company, a member of the Advisory Board for Executive Education IMD, and was awarded EY Entrepreneur of the Year 2015.
As CEO, Ken manages Eyefreight to ensure it meets strategic, operational and revenue goals while holding true to the company’s tenets of innovation, customer service and sustainability. Since joining Eyefreight, Ken has helped grow revenues ten-fold.
Prior to Eyefreight, Ken was President & COO of Transora and served as Vice President of Global Product Marketing at Kewill, a global leader in multimodal transportation management software.
Before Kewill, Ken was Director of European Marketing at Sterling Commerce where he helped launch Sterling’s most successful software product, Gentran, into North America, Europe and Asia.
Ken currently lives in Utrecht, the Netherlands, making frequent trips to Eyefreight’s U.S. headquarters in Chicago.
As CFO, Gert Jan is responsible for finance, human resources and legal matters at Eyefreight.
Prior to Eyefreight, Gert Jan served in various roles at Itude, a software consulting organization. Under Gert Jan’s leadership, Itude founded three new companies: Itude Mobile, Footballfans and Eyefreight.
Before Itude, Gert Jan was CEO at Centric, a Dutch company that produces software solutions for governmental bodies. Gert Jan helped Centric grow through an aggressive marketing and acquisition strategy to emerge as the market leader.
Gert Jan currently lives in the Utrecht area, the Netherlands with his wife and their three kids. He is an avid cyclist and entrepreneur.
Prior to Jan’s position with the Entrepreneurs Fund, he served as Director, Investment Planning and Capacity Purchasing at Carrier1, a telecommunications company. He has also held a large variety of operational positions ranging from project management to line management in planning and implementation within other telecommunications organizations both large and small.