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    The Partners - Sunnie Groenveld

    Sunnie Groeneveld, founder and CEO of Inspire 925


    Sunnie J. Groeneveld is the founder and CEO of Inspire 925, a Swiss boutique consulting firm specialized in employee engagement. A member of the Global Shapers Community established by the World Economic Forum (WEF) and selected as one of Switzerland’s top 50 business women as part of the Gender 50/50 initiative of the Swiss Economic Forum (SEF) in 2014, she develops cutting-edge human resource approaches centered around the idea of “Inspiration as Business Strategy.”

    HR Today, SME Business World and The Huffington Post regularly publish her articles on subjects such as employee engagement, innovation and happiness at work. In 2014 she wrote the book “Inspired at Work” together with Christoph Küffer. Sunnie is a frequent speaker at conferences and corporate events.

    She holds an Economics degree from Yale University where she wrote her thesis on “Assessing the Economic Value of a Positive Work Environment.”

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