Aart van Bochove
Aart van Bochove started his career by graduating from a Dutch business school and additional courses at Harvard University. He succeeded the family business NOBO in 1961 where he left in 1970 to work for other companies like International Telephone & Telegraph (ITT) and Meneba. After 20 years in the food industry, Aart van Bochove continued his career path as a business consultant for the government, semi-government and the business industry for several years. He succeeded Martin Schröder in his position of CEO of Martinair in 1998 until 2002.
Aart van Bochove served and is still serving the Dutch community by participating in several social activities and advisory boards and holds different chairs within a number of foundations like the Dutch Participation Institute and the Netherlands Bach Society.