Qualtrics has ‘cracked the code’ as it looks to its best year ever
Bertrand Van Overschelde, vice president EMEA, has big ambitions for the experience management firm’s rapidly-expanding Dublin operation
Confidence is a strange thing. It can be infectious, unnerving and irritating, but in Bertrand Van Overschelde, vice president EMEA at Qualtrics, it’s something different. His confidence makes you happy, because it puts him in such a good mood.
Van Overschelde has cause for his upbeat demeanour and the belief that comes with it. A year from now, the space his company occupies just off St Stephen’s Green in Dublin city centre will...
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