Do you have international ambitions? Then we’d like to work together with you. We can help you to make those ambitions come true, whether you’re only just venturing into international sales, expanding your international trade or professionalising your international operations.
Our own experience
When we ourselves lived and worked abroad, we experienced the inspiring and enriching nature of international business and intercultural collaboration. If you want to bridge differences and be successful, you’ll have to face certain challenges. Challenges that will involve broadening your horizons and developing your personality and skills. Following an interesting path that leads to awareness and growth.
Prosperity for all
New people and new cultures offer new understandings and new opportunities. Prosperity for all, is our goal! That’s why we’d like to help you get further on the international scene. Oryx is committed to more successful and enjoyable international sales.
Our core values
International success depends on full attention. It means that you can listen actively, recognise signals and ask constructive questions. We fully focus on everyone we interact with, and on everything we do. We have consciously chosen to specialise, and we focus on making the right decisions and ensuring sustainable profitability.
We determine the direction and take steps in close cooperation with our clients and their (prospective) colleagues. A genuine desire to help people achieve international success is what motivates us every day.
We use tried and tested tools and techniques, although intuition is our greatest adviser when it comes to making decisions and taking action. Intuition is our compass. It guides us and the services we provide. Just like an oryx is guided by instinct.
“I lived and worked in France for a number of years. And my love for the country and its people has never gone away. I often hear people say: ‘France is such a great country, just a pity about all the French.’ This is something that makes me cringe. The fact that the French are so misunderstood really pains me. This is so often the attitude, even though France offers many business opportunities.
We’re talking about France here, but this actually applies to a lot of other countries too. If we were to engage more with each other, there would be a lot less frustration. After all, the world out there offers greater opportunities, greater enjoyment and greater profitability.
That’s why I’m happy to contribute by helping companies and people and giving them insight through international recruitment and intercultural training. I consider it a challenge to be able to sense what a company or person needs. And I’m happy when I succeed in finding the right person or receive the opportunity to provide (greater) intercultural insight and create understanding. I’m even more delighted when I see long-term happy cooperation that yields results.”
“I lived and worked in Belgium for more than 10 years. And for more than 5 years, I spent a lot of time in Germany working with 200 German colleagues. These experiences gave me the opportunity to learn the languages and cultures of both these countries. This was a highly educational period in my life, and I still benefit from it every day now.
During this period, I also experienced cultural differences for myself. I noticed that these differences are often perceived as annoying and frequently cause misunderstandings and frustration. It’s a great shame, because I actually experienced the great joy that intercultural cooperation can bring. If only we did our best to connect and bridge our differences.
Differences in culture and methods of business can mean that earning trust and doing business on the international scene can be a major challenge. That’s why I recommend that my customers use local sales professionals.
I believe that this is the best way of achieving lasting international sales success. I find it very satisfying to find the perfect match between my customers and international sales persons. The search, the inspiring interviews, the intercultural coaching… None of it is ever boring.
To sum it up, I love contributing to the international sales success of our customers and candidates. That is why I’ve passionately done this job for more than 15 years.”