Contact our team

Meet the team behind Hello Zuidas, the area management organization in Zuidas. The objective of Hello Zuidas is to provide an optimally functioning and attractive Zuidas for all persons and organizations located in the area.

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 Hello Zuidas Foundation 

 Hello Zuidas Magazine 



Olivier Otten has been the director of the Hello Zuidas Foundation since it was established in December 2011. Prior to that, he was director and responsible for the re-establishment of the WTC Amsterdam Business Club and from 2009 he started working as a program director at Amsterdam Bright City in addition to his work for the WTC Amsterdam. Olivier initiated programs about philosophy, literature, film, music and doing business in Zuidas with the VU, ABN Amro and with the WTC as a communication strategist for Saatchi & Saatchi and FHV BBDO. He studied Business Administration in Oxford, Groningen and Barcelona.


Marius Drissen has been working as a City Marketeer since January 2019. A top location like Zuidas requires a high level of facilities. The City Marketeer brings public and private parties together to help realize that ambition, and Marius is also responsible for events, marketing and communication. Earlier, he worked at the Spoorzone development area in Tilburg, where he was co-founder and manager of an event location, and he is active in the Amsterdam Zuid district council where he represents residents, companies and institutions. He studied political science in Nijmegen and Amsterdam.


Maryse de Oliveira Martins has been working as a mobility and accessibility project manager at Hello Zuidas since July 2018. In this role, she is responsible, among other things, for the program management of 'Smarter and Sustainable'. In this program, Hello Zuidas, the Accessibility Task Force, BYCS, the municipality of Amsterdam Zuidas and the Green Business Club Zuidas work together on a more accessible Zuidas. Maryse is also secretary of the Accessibility Task Force, previously working as a partnerships manager in international cooperation. She has been working in sustainability and sustainable mobility for a number of years. Maryse studied Communication in Groningen and Political Science in Amsterdam.

Ramon Holle

Ramon Holle has been working at Hello Zuidas since April 2019 in the position of Community Manager. His focus is on activity in Zuidas. A prime location like Zuidas deserves excellent food and drink facilities, shops, cultural offerings and events. As a Community Manager, he brings public and private parties together to speed this up. In addition, Ramon takes the lead in marketing and communication at Hello Zuidas. He previously worked as a real estate journalist and has been the owner of since 2016. He studied human geography and urban planning in Amsterdam followed by economic geography in Utrecht.


Jessica Bekker has been working as Project Leader Public Space & Safety since January 2018. She is, among other things, chairman of the Safety Platform and the Facility Management Platform. Previously Jessica worked as a public affairs officer, and as a program manager for water and sanitation projects in Africa and Asia and at civil society organizations. Beside that, she makes visual arts in 3D, mostly with ceramics. Jessica studied Philosophy in Amsterdam.


Marja Cino has been working at Hello Zuidas since February 2013 in the position of Office Manager and assists the director. Marja is the face of the reception and the Servicepoint of Hello Zuidas. In addition to the office management, she is also responsible for our network relations. She previously worked for a long period at The Royal Bank of Scotland. Marja has done secretary education at Schoevers.


Romy Lange owns Zuidas Publishers and has been editor-in-chief of the Hello Zuidas magazine since 2012. She coordinates and takes care of all editorial work and acquisition for the magazine. Through her work for Hello Zuidas, she has built up a large network in Zuidas. Romy also works for other clients alongside Hello Zuidas. Romy studied Journalism in Utrecht.