We are committed to results. We take on difficult and complex tasks and do not rest until the solution is developed and executed successfully.
Q2 2017: Nexibeo launched it’s new website with 80+ Free Startup Ideas.
2016/2017: Nexibeo served multiple startup and enterprise clients
End 2016: Nexibeo started to work on it’s “Unique 6-step Recruitment process” and grew a big talentpool to serve future clients
Early 2016: Nexibeo Launched nMedicalSolutions
Deliveirng HIPAA compliant webhosting for the Medical sector.
2014: SimplySocial was sold to Matchfire
By making SimplySocial part of their suite of technology services and operational logistics, they could engineer experiences their consumers love.
2015: Nexibeo released their first products
nSecurity: Website Security’s Secret Weapon nContent: Proven Growth in Leads and Sales Conversions nVideo: Video Advertising Improved!
2015: Valentin and Jeroen said goodbye to the Nova Interactive brand
And released their new Nexibeo website to share their unique vision and approach with the world.
2015: We started operating under the Nexibeo name
Nexibeo signed multiple six-figure contracts and worked on: A social media platform for real estate agents; An international appointment management platform; A web platform for a top private school in the US; A user experience and design foundation for a Handicrafts platform.
2014: Valentin joined Nova Interactive
Jeroen and Valentin started brainstorming about re-branding Nova Interactive to Nexibeo. A business that combines their consultancy and development knowledge to help clients while creating useful online products for every business.
2014: Jeroen started MobileRevolution
MobileRevolution converts your (older) website into a mobile-ready website. They support many international clients, such as wolterskluwer.com, helping them to migrate their old website to one that is mobile ready. The business later merged with Nexibeo and we’ll continue with an improved approach under the nMobileReady product.
2014: Nova Interactive started working on a TV platform
We developed the platform specifically for Sparql, a new Dutch TV brand. The TV platform supports thousands of Dutchies’ daily TV needs.
2013: Jeroen started Nova Interactive
Jeroen wanted an independent work location and have more time to spend more time with his daughter. The business focused on digital consultancy and development for medium-sized clients and creative agencies.
2013: SimplySocial moved to San Francisco
The business secured big investments after pitching to the world’s biggest Venture Capitalists. The business grew to 25 employees based in San Francisco, Anchorage (Alaska) and Timisoara (Romania).
2012: SimplySocial was launched
The business signed three customers within two months of going live, and generated a mid level six-figure revenue.
2011: Jeroen and Valentin Started SimplySocial
Together with business partner Tyler Arnold they raised $60.000 USD to launch a social media marketing platform within a year.
2011: Jeroen travelled for five months
Jeroen had to regain focus and clarity of mind and get inspiration for new opportunities.
2011: Jeroen sold his shares at Joy Group back to his business partner
The business kept creating innovative projects for the web.
2010: Jeroen and Valentin started DeLaatsteKaarten.nl
Together with business partners: Bob van de Kolk and Jons Slemmer. The online business created a unique auction experience by selling theater tickets online. In addition to interest from De Telegraaf Media Group, the business was later sold to the biggest Dutch online auction group, Emesa, and was merged with TicketVeiling.nl.
2009: Valentin joined the Joy Group
Valentin joined as technical lead. Revenue rose by 6 figures a year as a result. His work included solving some of the most complex technical challenges at the time, for example: a kitchen planner application complete with a catalog and 3d rendering of the end result, that runs in the browser.
2009: Jeroen and Valentin started ThisIsMykea.com
Together with business partners: Joost Rutte, Gert van de Kapelle and Jons Slemmer they invented a method that made it possible to customize Ikea products and build a business out of it. When Jeroen and Valentin stopped working for the Joy Group, the business was sold back to the other business partners and is still online today.
2009: Jeroen founded Wij doen het Werk
It was the first business in The Netherlands that converted anything into a website: PowerPoint presentations, Word documents, Design files. The business later merged with the Joy Group when it was sold back to Jeroen’s business partner.
2008: Valentin started working with a group of prolific self-help authors
Everything technical was managed b Valentin, building solutions to reach and serve a combined audience of over 100,000 fans and subscribers. From marketing campaigns, to online stores, e-learning platforms and content delivery, everything was built in concert for steady growth and reach. Nexibeo continues to work with the group today, managing e-commerce needs and e-learning technology for an audience that keeps growing by the thousands every month. Currently focused on marketing automation, marketing funnels and business intelligence driven by numbers, our work is crucial to the
2008-2011: Jeroen joined Joy Group
Started by his business partner Jons Slemmer, Joy Group was a business focused on design and development. They worked for big companies in the Dutch market, such as: Yakult, TNT, Dordrechts Museum, NVL, Etiketten.nl, EDBA and Buro2010.
2005: Jeroen won a Dutch TechAward
The award was for creating an innovative online viral campaign for the Institute for Information Engineering.
2004-2007: Jeroen worked for NCCW, Bright Alley, The Institute for Information Engineering Almere City Marketing and Avanade (Accenture)
Despite gaining a tremendous amount of experience during this time at these firms he decided that he was an entrepreneur who was not made for a 9-to-5 job.
2005: Valentin built one of the first tailored self-service e-commerce platforms for a brick and mortar apparel retailer
Penetrating a virgin market was not easy. Who would buy clothes and shoes online? However, over the following 10+ years of running, the business has moved 90% online and has managed to survive and thrive through difficult times, keeping up with changing markets.
2004: Jeroen started Accunow.nl and PSPnow.nl
These were two web shops that imported iPod, PlayStation and Laptop batteries and gadgets from China and then on-sold it on the Dutch market. Jeroen used part of the profits to build a strong starting capital in order to join the Joy Group.
2003-2006: Valentin started a career as a freelancer
Flash was all the rave back in 2003 and Valentin helped a large website dedicated to children and parenting (more than 70,000 registered users) by creating an interactive map. Other notable work includes a complete content management platform for a high school website, including a custom piece of software for digital library management (loans, inventory etc.). Both projects won national awards for innovation and execution.
2002: Jeroen stopped working at MusicZone and travelled the world for 10 months
He used travel to broaden his horizon and vision on life.
1999: Jeroen started MusicZone.com
In the times of Napster there were not many websites that gave you an overview of what music was exactly available online. MusicZone did exactly that, generating about 20k visitors a day and enough revenue to help Jeroen through his studies.