Menso Heus

At the age of sixteen Menso began deconstructing complex technical issues into accessible articles for IDG’s Net Magazine. A year later, he began to work full time in the internet industry. During the early days of the Internet in The Netherlands Menso worked for several companies such as EuroRSCG Interactive, Pinnacle Knowledge, Unlimited Internet and Hebbizz in varying but often technically-driven roles such as system architect and system developer.

From 2002 until 2009 he was employed at XS4ALL, a Dutch pioneer on the Internet. During his first year there, he was mainly concerned with technology, then focused on the innovation, strategy and social consequences created by the Internet. He also has a series of (international) publications, presentations and lectures to his name and took courses at the Sloan School of Management at MIT.

At Gendo Menso focuses on open innovation and helping our customers to understand and best exploit the potential of Internet technology to work smarter, better and have more fun. More about Menso can be found on LinkedIn and Twitter. Menso’s blog is here.