dimitri barbe

founder

Robust communication is the key to enhancing our society’s sustainability – which just happens to be Dimitri’s goal. This industrial engineer in the field of tropical agriculture is keenly knowledgeable about sustainable processes and yield. As a business consultant in an international setting, he found himself immersed in communication and marketing, whetting his appetite to start his own business. The founder of make sense likes to clear his head by going on runs, spending time in his horticultural garden, or riding his road bicycle with his mates out in the great outdoors.

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Newpurpose: the keyword at time to make sense ‘19

purpose: the keyword at time to make sense ‘19

27 Nov 2019, dimitri barbe

The more sustainability is incorporated into your company, the bigger the party. And our party was definitely a big one. This year, we gathered once again for our ...

Newadidas’s #runfortheworld: just do it!

adidas’s #runfortheworld: just do it!

06 Nov 2019, dimitri barbe

This weekend, I stopped by the Adidas flagship store on the Champs-Élysées in Paris. A huge sports experience centre, including sports stands, running tracks, edgy beats and trendy sportswear and accessories. But Adidas recently also ...

what your job applications tell you about your social relevance

what your job applications tell you about your social relevance

05 Jul 2019, dimitri barbe

A few weeks ago, I sat down with a large, international PR agency. “Do you find good employees easy to come by?” They asked. “It’s quite difficult, isn’t it?” Easier than you think. Here's why.

the generational change is a gift for the world

the generational change is a gift for the world

10 May 2019, dimitri barbe

I regularly come into contact with companies that have heard of sustainability, but do little or nothing about it. As long as it doesn’t take too much time, they are willing to draw up a charter. But what’s more important is ...

take a step (back)

take a step (back)

13 Mar 2019, dimitri barbe

What a torrent of abuse Anuna and her supporters received. And to what end?

‘we’re going to write history here’: make sense on kanaal z

‘we’re going to write history here’: make sense on kanaal z

14 Dec 2018, dimitri barbe

On Tuesday 27 November 2018 we showed our true colours during ‘time to make sense’ – a blue and red feast (for the taste buds) in Ghent’s trendiest neighbourhood. Brand Senses is no more: from here on in we’ll be known ...