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Patrick van der Tuin

Interim Executive Director

RSG Finance

Email: p***@***.nl

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RSG Finance

Vestdijk 9

Eindhoven, North Brabant,

Netherlands

Background Information

Employment History

Managing Partner and Finance Director and Strategist

Sysgenic Group


Partner

Brooklyn Ventures


Affiliations

Millennium Park Fund

Principal


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Mentor | Startupbootcamp

www.startupbootcamp.org [cached]

Patrick van der Tuin
Partner at at Brooklyn Ventures Group


HollandSentinel.com -Ghostbikes: Attention gained with mangled bicycles 06/24/04

www.thehollandsentinel.net [cached]

A St. Louis cycling organization was unsure about what to do with a donation of several hundred bikes until group member Patrick Van Der Tuin, 25, saw a cyclist hit by a car in front of his house, and the idea clicked for "Broken Bikes, Broken Lives." In August, Van Der Tuin put up a bike for the crash near his home.In the fall, he and his friends put up a dozen more bikes, all painted white, around St. Louis.


'Ghostbikes' Draw Attention to Bike Safety

news.findlaw.com [cached]

A St. Louis cycling organization was unsure about what to do with a donation of several hundred bikes until group member Patrick Van Der Tuin, 25, saw a cyclist hit by a car in front of his house, and the idea clicked for "Broken Bikes, Broken Lives."In August, Van Der Tuin put up a bike for the crash near his home.In the fall, he and his friends put up a dozen more bikes, all painted white, around St. Louis.


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