This week we’re back at the Wilhelmina Tower to visit Amadea Technologies. We took the elevator to the fifteenth floor and we arrive at Amadea’s office, where impressive displays hang out and the view is amazing. We meet Michel Drion, managing director of Amadea technologies and we take place in one of the inspiring meeting rooms. Michel tells enthusiast about the possibilities of, in particular, their unique and distinctive transparent display LED solutions.
Two weeks ago, I wrote about the ‘Eurosong or Eurexit’ (http://www.tribes.world/en/blog/eduard-schaepman/eurosong-or-eurexit), in which I stated that the men and women of the European Commission in Brussels should be more passionate. I’ve been thinking about this for a while, and now I’m not so sure if that passion would be enough. There is always a bit of competition needed to ensure that everyone expresses their opinion, and to stand up for their ideas and their country. We don’t need them to have a flock mentality, and I even think that the European polder model will work against us eventually.