About

About ENDRSE

Sharing the love for talent development

As a privately owned, founder-led company, we’re able to work fast and respond to our customers’ needs without anything getting in our way. We invest in our employees. And also, we invest in engineering, research, customer support, and great design.

Why

We want to create more opportunities for talented groups or individuals. We make dreams come true.

It is today for athletes, esports, and DJ's more important then ever to acquire a strong online presence. How and within which way they present themselves online determines the fit for current sponsorship deals.

CAREER

Ready to rocket launch your career?

We’re always searching for smart, creative people to join our team. Our employees enjoy the stability of a time-tested and successful product, and the excitement of developing new products and features.

Internship: Software Engineer (NL) (soon available)

TEAM & CULTURE

Meet our team

We help our team members grow in their current roles and dream about what’s next. Endrse’s employees are encouraged to attend events, share what they do, and take time off to volunteer or learn new skills.

Jeroen Eerden

Founder

CEO, Growth Hacker, Innovation Engineer

Giorgio Gravenbeek

Co-founder

Relationship- and Accountmanager

Dave Janssen

Co-founder

Machine Learning and Software Engineer

Sven Willemsen

Digital Strategist, Brand and Marketing Specialist

Ward Geene

esports expert & entrepreneur

Business Developer esports

Jimmy Henri Tdlohreg

Media & fashion entrepreneur

Business Developer Music & fashion

Hans Saris

Hans Molenaar

André Soff

Meindert van den Heuvel

Tim van Oosterhout

Mario Bierkens

Autobiography

The story of Endrse

Author: Jeroen Eerden

Endrse flourished from my own passion for sports and the challenges of the intensive training that comes with it.
Since I was six I practiced athletics. Within the decathlon and as a teenager I won various matches. In the province North-Brabant of the Netherlands these victories led to provincial publicity. According to my several independent trainers there was a promising future in athletics for me. Over time, more often I was winning national matches and at my fourteenth, for the first time, I proudly wore the national jersey at an international tournament. Till today I am still proud of representing myself on the best of all time Netherlands ranking list on the 100 meter hurdles: 13.79 seconds.
2007 was going to be my champion year, and I was in my best shape. Unfortunately something dramatic happened. A month before the nationals, I was giving a poule vault clinic, I fell down incorrect. I immediately felt that something was seriously wrong. At the hospital the doctor told me that he was unsure if I would ever be able to walk again. My foot was twisted 180 degrees and everything was torn in my ancle.
Thankfully, after a year-and-a- half of revalidation, I was able to walk again. I am still very thankful for this. However, this did mean that my sports career was over. Something I was not able to accept for a long time. Then came the Olympics in 2012. It was something I was supposed to take part of, and all my buddies from the training joined, but I could not bear to watch it.
Me missing out on athletics started to grow. I therefore decided to try it one more time. Today I train five times a week and enjoy it very much. Whether I will be able to reach the level I had before I got injured, remains a mystery. But I will go for the highest level that I can accomplish in this moment and with my history. The intensive training combined with the high cost of performing sport at such level, quickly created challenges for me. Something that professional athletes and sporting talents encounter as well.
In my ideal world, each athlete gets equal chances. And no athlete should be hindered in any way because of lack of sponsors or subsidies. This is why Endrse has been created; so that every professional athletes and sporting talent can concentrate on the most important aspect: the sport itself.