Aijolt Brongers Celebration During the Summer In Netherlands


Aijolt Brongers Celebration

Netherlands can be enjoyed all the year around. During the summer we used to celebrate with some of the best events. The weather is at its best during this time so you don’t need to hire any types of bikes or cars.

So if you are coming to Netherland I (Aijolt Brongers) suggest you to visit some of the best places in Netherlands like Scheveningen that offers visitors to walk along its 984 ft pier. Some of the best resorts to visit are Zandvoort, Katwijk, and Den Helder. If you are fond of reaching heights then definitely visit the tallest lighthouse in Europe, situated in Huisduinen, and can see extensive views across the local nature reserve.

Let share with you some of the best events that we the people of Netherlands used to celebrate during the year. From April to October we used to celebrate Floriade World Horticulture Fair which is known to be as the paradise for gardeners from around the globe. This fair used to takes place in every 10 years. Near about 3-4 million of people visit the fair held in the region of Venlo in North Limburg which is easily reachable from the international airports in Eindhoven, Maastricht, Dusseldorf and Koln.

In July, the person of Rotterdam celebrates North Sea Jazz Festival with the world class performers like Rufus Wainwright, Lenny Kravitz, Van Morrison and Rumer and many more. These events used to take place in large and small arenas throughout the town with some pop up shows by some great performers. At the end of August the people used to celebrate the largest cultural events in Netherlands. Lots of renowned personalities come here to celebrate this programmes.

So come this summer to Netherland and let us celebrate together with the beautiful people of Netherlands.


Aijolt Brongers on the World Labour Day

Hello friends, I (Aijolt Brongers) am back. Hope all of you are fine.


As you all know, today (1st May) is mourned worldwide as the World Labour Day or International Workers’ Day. But, do you know that there is a grave incident behind this date being held as the Workers’ Day?

To know about the incident, we have to go back to 1886 in Chicago where the Haymarket Affair took place. A public assembly took place in the heart of Chicago against 8-Hour working day and the police were trying to disperse them.

Suddenly, a person threw a bomb at the police. He/she is still unidentified. The police started firing and 4 workers were dead. After this sad incident, the May Day Riots took place in the year 1894.

Many other incidents followed after the above two took place and ultimately, it was decided that the whole world will observe 1st May as the International Workers’ Day to show respect for the workers, to realize that they too are human.

I, Aijolt Brongers, request all of you to observe this day together to show the respect towards workers, without whom the world would have been nothing.

Aijolt Brongers and the Netherlands National Football Team

Aijolt Brongers is one of the biggest football fans since childhood and he is extremely proud of the national football team of Netherlands.

The national football team of Netherlands has been representing the country since 1905. They have nicknames like Clockwork Orange, Holland, Oranje, and The Flying Dutch-Rudders.

This football team holds the record of playing the most number of Football World Cup Finals without winning any of them. The concept of Total Football was first introduced by them around the year 1970.

1974 Football World Cup Final

1974 Football World Cup Final

The current team is coached by Louis van Gaal and is captained by Wesley Sneijder.  The Dutch have finished second in three Football World Cup Finals in the year 1974, 1978, and 2010 and have lost to West Germany, Argentina, and Spain respectively.

They have won the European Championship once in the year 1988. Currently, they are in the top form and Aijolt Brongers wishes them All The Best for the next Football World Cup that will be held in Brazil next year.

Aijolt Brongers on the Heinous Act in Boston

By now, almost all of us are aware of the two bomb blasts that took place in Boston on April 16, this year during the Boston Marathon. I, Aijolt Brongers, a resident of Netherlands, along with millions of other people from around the world, am strictly against terrorism.

At least 3 people were killed and more than 141 were injured during the twin blasts of which one occurred near the finishing line. I, Aijolt Brongers express by deep condolence for the one who have lost their life or are injured.

My (Aijolt Brongers) question is, are the terrorists getting what they actually want by spreading so much sorrow and fear within people? People from all over the world are against a heinous act like terrorism and they hate it more than anything.

The terrorists should never be treated as a part of the mankind as no man or woman in this earth or even the animals would do such shameful things and that too during an occasion. They shouldn’t be treated with mercy; instead they should be gifted with what they had for us.

Now, for the people of the world, I, Aijolt Brongers, request each and every one out there to unite against terrorism and terrorists. Come, let’s work hand in hand make this world a terror-free place to live.

Aijolt Brongers and His Views on Communication

Hello everyone, I’m Aijolt Brongers, as you all have known from my previous post. I’m a communication and broadcast specialist from Amersfoort in The Netherlands.

Today, from my past experience, I’m going to tell you some words about communication that might make you think twice before interacting with someone.

Communication is actually a two way process where you have to make sure that the person to whom you are speaking is listening to your words. Proper communication process involves seven elements –

  1.      Sender – the one who speaks or shares his/her idea to a person or a group of people.
  2.      Message – the things spoken can be termed as message. The content can be relevant or something outside the topic.
  3.      Channel and/or Medium – if you talk face to face, air is the channel. If you chat in Facebook, internet is the medium. The thing that carries your word or idea to others is termed as channel or medium.
  4.      Receiver – the person or group of people to whom you are speaking. If he or she gets the complete message, it is termed as receiving of message. Getting incomplete message isn’t receiving.
  5.      Interpretation – this is the most important of all steps. Here, the receiver ensures you that he/she has received the complete idea
  6.      Feedback – the reaction of the receiver after he/she has received the message.
  7.      Reaction to Feedback – though this is optional, you can send a counter feedback to the sender of the feedback and hence, complete the total process of communication.

In case you need any help from me (Aijolt Brongers), I’m always there to help you.

Aijolt Brongers – A Famous Communication and Broadcast Specialist

I am Aijolt Brongers, born on 1962, working as a Communication and Broadcast Specialist from Amersfoort in The Netherlands. After few sales-related jobs I have joined in 2009 the taskforce ‘Kattenbroek op Glasvezel’. This residents initiative Informed the inhabitants of Amersfoort-Kattenbroek and – in fact – made it possible that end 2013 the whole city of Amersfoort (70.000 homes) will be connected to the ultra-modern fiber network. My task in the group was communication (press releases) and doing presentations for all kind of audiences. After this result I have got a job as Marketeer at XMS, a leading internet service provider. In this position I did successful 4 years.

End 2011 I wrote together with Dannis van der Heiden an impressive business case with the goal to obtain the license for a local radio/tv station. After a long period of lobbying and informing all stakeholders the license was finally assigned to Mediagroep EVA. After a period of public discussion about paid employees in the newly formed organization, I decided to leave EVA. Currently I am working as an independent text writer and communication specialist.