Denis Doeland (Utrecht, 1971) started his career in the Music (Dance) Industry. Back in 1993 he owned record shop ‘Bad Vibes’. This was actually the place from where the Dutch entertainment and media company ID&T (known from events like Thunderdome, Sensation, Mysteryland, Tomorrowland & Tomorrowworld) initiated their activities. Denis joined ID&T, and has been with them until 2011.
Early 2002, Denis founded his own consultancy company, DDMCA (Denis Doeland Management Consultancy en Advies). DDMCA assists brands, companies and organisations to apply internet and social business to meet the new expectations of fans, clients, staff members and other involved parties. DDMCA helps give their voice a place in their business and in the internal organisation.
DDMCA offers its services in the form of, among other things, consultancy, analysis, lectures, valuation, training, social media monitoring and internet monitoring. With clients like Dance Therapy, Armada Music, Extended Music, Eurosport, B2S, Amsterdam Dance Event and JunkieXL Denis can already been seen as the expert in the field of leveraging social media and data management within companies.
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