Bart Norré holds a bachelor's in political science, a master's in communication sciences, an aggregation in social sciences delivered by the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven in Belgium, and a certificate of the Oxford Blockchain Strategy Program delivered by the Said Business School of the University of Oxford. He has completed his curriculum with numerous training in the field of marketing, NLP (neuro-linguistic programming) and holds.
1990 Bart joined IMTF SA as the CMO and received the mission to launch the company in electronic document management (EDMS). Ten years later, the IMTF group leads the EDMS market in the finance industry in Switzerland, disposes of subsidiaries abroad (Germany, Austria, and Ireland) and its headcount moved from 7 to 250.
2000 Bart was hired by the (intel funded) startup Dartfish as the director of training and interactive applications worldwide. He conceived a video analysis software for coaches, of which the company sold more than 150'000. 75% of all medal winners at the Olympic games are regular users of this application.
2003 Bart founded TM Tandem Marketing to enhance the culture of marketing of companies and organizations in the field of strategy and neuromarketing. These new perspectives on marketing open unknown potential for his customers.
From 2003 to 2013, Bart lectured at the EPFL (AIST and MOT). Since 2013 Bart is teaching strategic management, international management, and neuromarketing at the School of Management in Fribourg at the University of Applied Sciences of Western Switzerland. 2017 he published with Peter Steidl the neuromarketing book "Brand Vision Archetypes, comment créer des marques qui ont un sens". Actually, Bart is participating in and leading several studies related to culture and attitudes towards COVID-19. Publications are expected for Q2 2021.
|NORRÉ, B., SANDOZ, L. (2019). Conviction or Knowledge?. Which one defines the company culture?. Insight, 28, pp. 19-21.|
|NORRÉ, B., BOEHM, K., & STEIDL, P. (2017). Brand Vision Archetypes - Créer des marques qui ont un sens. Neuromarketing Science and Business Association.|