Jelle Stuij

Jelle Stuij is the current COO of Dealsuite. Starting his career in commercial roles rising to positions such as Head of Sales and Head of Marketing, Jelle has a knack for scaling companies. He’s the brains behind interesting articles on deal origination, advisory, and corporate development, sharing his knowledge with a touch of charisma. Jelle is well-known for his ability to form partnerships and navigate high-speed environments, but his interpersonal skills shine through, making him as approachable as he is insightful. Whether it’s local growth or international expansion, he’s the go-to for driving Dealsuite forward.

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Untapped potential in the Commercial Due Diligence process

Throughout the acquisition process, Commercial Due Diligence (CDD) has traditionally been viewed as a necessary, but typically routine, exercise. While its importance in informing investment decisions remains undeniable, the current approach to CDD...

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Posts by Jelle Stuij

A pharma acquisition doesn’t have to be just with familiar faces

They already knew each other from a previous acquisition process where they sat on opposite sides of the deal table. So, when Marjan Quekel decided to sell her...

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How online platforms can maximise deal success in 2024

Building a trusted network is key to successful M&A deal origination but doing so takes expertise, focus, and a great deal of time and effort. Even then,...

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A look into the UK healthcare & life science market

The UK healthcare and life science markets have evolved to become one of the largest in the world. Between them, they span a range of subsectors including life...

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Dealsuite among top 250 fastest growing companies

Amsterdam, 03-08-2023 - Dealsuite has been recognised as one of the 250 most innovative and fastest growing companies in the Netherlands. This is the outcome...

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How investors can impress founders

Many entrepreneurs aren’t impressed by their investors. More than one-in-four founders said in a recent survey that their biggest external investor failed to...

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Investors grow stronger due to rising interest rates

Falling valuations are creating a unique opportunity for investors with capital available.

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Buying small but thinking big: why it’s not a ‘scope or scale’ decision for Vitec

Vitec has its roots in experimental science and entrepreneurialism. The Umeå-based vertical software company was born when two applied physics PhD’s combined...

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Why mid-market M&A is expected to thrive in 2023

In 2022, just as the global economy was recovering from Covid, the invasion of Ukraine shook investor confidence. The war caused supply chain problems and put...

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Being acquired by a larger company doesn’t always mean that you’ll lose your identity. Quite the opposite …

With 1,700 employees and 20 branches throughout the Netherlands, Hoppenbrouwers Techniek can certainly call itself a ‘larger acquirer’. But that doesn’t mean...

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