Frank Koopman is a seasoned entrepreneur and strategist. He is personally involved in various start-up ventures; as initiator, investor, and or board member.

Frank is a market driven and people oriented board level executive. His passion is growth. Top line as well as breakthrough innovations. Frank combines disruptive innovation with creativity and execution.

A business background, a career path focused on marketing and sales, general management and business development both in (senior) line management and consultancy roles and a strong personal interest in transformational leadership. Commercially focused, strong analytics and vision. Out of the box thinker.

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Under the auspices of NextCom, Frank Koopman creates and manages a variety of world-class initiatives that change and improve the way people do business and live their lives.



If you are interested in NextCom as a partner, please submit a business plan and resumes of key persons either by mail or by email.

WELCOME

After decades of growth, we are now about 5 percent of the way into what the Internet has in store for our business and personal lives. Soon, 1 billion people will be using the Internet, empowering themselves to get what they want, when they want it, from wherever they are.
> Learn more about the Internet of Things here.

> The Internet (of People) continued...
At the same time social and economic interaction between people, businesses and governments are undergoing a fundamental change and new rules of the game and governance models are needed for the future digital societies. The new generation has lost hope in the political system and the economic model. The current institutions are no longer able to provide the conditions to build the future. The combination of societal and technical developments asks for new ideas, vision and new services.

The current institutions are no longer able to provide the conditions to build the future. The combination of societal and technical developments asks for new ideas, vision and new services

We need to create new business models and new forms of interaction between enterprises, governments and citizens. Since real time data-driven applications are transforming all social and economic sectors, it is important that consumers trust the systems they use and that they are in control of the data they produce, use, and share.

Our vision is that new services will provide new types of communications between consumers, businesses and governments, from many to many, between stable communities, ad-hoc communities, those based on common likes, etc. They will also provide support for cooperative communications that facilitate teamwork, co-creation or putting ideas together. In addition, new types of communication will appear since technology will provide options that are unavailable to us in the physical world, such as cutting distances and times and eliminating the language barrier. It will also be easier to find networks with common likes. People will always be available, active, connected and locatable, and will have help remembering everything.

Each day we get closer to a new phase of the Internet that will make today's version seem primitive.

Frank Koopman