Category: News

Taking on Europe’s new data protection laws

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GDPR Compliancy Although security and privacy of user data and transparency on how we safeguard these has always been our top priority – the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) requires us to take it up a notch (or 2). The GDPR is the most comprehensive EU data privacy law in decades, and it will go […]

Why We Shifted From Projects to Software as a Service

“The best way to predict the future is to create it.” – Peter Drucker In 2017 we celebrated 5 years of innovation. A lot has changed within those 5 years where we shifted from delivering projects to delivering you our brands’ software as a service. Here’s why and what that means for your business.   […]

ANDRS Projects sets up shop in Canada’s tech corridor

ANDRS Projects Europe & ANDRS Projects North America

Press Release – Kitchener, Ontario – Dutch founded ANDRS Projects has chosen the Waterloo area to call its home away from home. After soft landing in the region in 2015 and testing Canadian waters in 2016, the Dutch tech company – that builds brands that help their customers leverage the power of their stakeholders – decided […]

Proud Partner of Amsterdam Fab Lab – Europe by People

Europe is Made by People - Fab City | Map Your City

A Fab Lab in Amsterdam showed how Europe is made by People The Netherlands fulfilled the Presidency of the Council of The European Union during the first 6 months of 2016. Running during that same period a program called Europe By People showed how art & design can be leveraged to bring Europe closer to […]

Durham Region & Newmarket decide for ANDRS’ mapping brand to map culture, tourism & trails

ANDRS is proud to work with two Canadian frontrunners. The Ontario Town of Newmarket wishes to increase engagement for their current culture map with help of our mobile tool and web map features. Cultural mapping has been long recognized as an essential planning and economic development tool in municipalities across Canada and internationally. Many Canadian municipalities – often with support […]