Team

Complementary experts who know that people, teams are an essential value of any SME.

The team

Philippe Buck

Philippe Buck

Managing Partner
From vision to management

Jean-Philippe Doutrelugne

Jean-Philippe Doutrelugne

Partner
Business without border

Vincent Meurisse

Vincent Meurisse

Partner
Creativity above all

Johan Buck

Partner
Opportunity creator

Bert Mertens

Bert Mertens

Partner
Sales captain

An interesting journey

Once upon a time, there were three former members of the Editions Dupuis Management Committee. Philippe, General Manager, Jean-Philippe, International Director, and Vincent, Marketing Director.
After the transfer to Media Participations, they decide on a sailboat off the coast of Holland to put their complementary experiences and their empathy for the world of SMEs at the service of SME development. They create their company and give it the name of Quorsum (Latin phrase used in marine poetry which means “Where do we go?” And, by extension, “What is the goal?”) In reference to their common passion, sailing. The idea takes on quickly. SMEs who trust the complicity and creativity of these three “work buddies” appreciate their creativity and professionalism tinged with self-mockery.
Their experiences in financial, commercial and marketing aspects specific to SMEs, bring practical and directly usable solutions for the leaders of SMEs more eager for advices than for consulting.
In 2016, Johan joined the team and then in 2017 founded the specific activity of “transition coaching”; this contribution prompted shareholders to redefine Quorsum’s strategic positioning.

The coaches

Johan Buck

Partner
Opportunity creator

Natalie Skowron

Associate
Barrier breaker

The human factor

Every business is a system in which each element influences and is influenced by others. Since the creation of Quorsum in 2006, our consultants have successfully intervened in many SMEs where they solved organizational problems and improved decision-making processes by proposing changes; we have always paid particular attention to communication, the human factor that very often makes the success or failure of these changes. We have thus acquired the conviction that the preparation of employees for change has a direct effect on them individually, but also on the teams, the other departments, and finally on the whole organization.