Let's discover together what's next for consumers and make it work

Join our (100+ and growing) team of energetic, highly educated people with backgrounds in mathematics/econometrics, business administration, IT, market/media research and marketing.

Our core activities are shared between Data science and Software development teams, as we work on R&D projects, we design and develop decision support systems, providing clients with customised marketing solutions. Read more


Always scouting for talented yet-to-be data scientists and software developers, we offer internship opportunities combined with part-time jobs for econometrics or computer science students. Read more


Being part of Nielsen, we share their global employment status, and we strongly support a transparent employment relation, based on integrity, honesty, fairness, respect and reliability. In the same time, we keep our core values, and we emphasize in a family-like community, based on open atmosphere, mutual respect, time for social contacts and fun. Pointlogic is an equal opportunity employer, so we cultivate diversity and we strive to maintain an inclusive work environment, which is crucial to our strength, growth, innovation and social sustainability.

'Part of the team and valuable from the start'
Jelle is a former Graduate Student Assistant, now Data Scientist
'Pointlogic offers so many things to do and projects to be part of'
Jacolien is Data Scientist & Project Manager in our Planning vertical
"Pointlogic has grown a lot in the  past years, ... and I am proud to be part of the growth"
Kirsten is our HR Generalist

The LED is the largest annual career event for students in the fields of econometrics, operations research and actuarial sciences in the Netherlands. The next edition will take place on 7 February 2019 at the NBC Congress Center in Nieuwegein, and the registration for the event will be open on November 28th 8 p.m.!

The LED gives students the opportunity to explore an extremely wide range of companies active in various fields of econometrics, operations research, finance and actuarial sciences.



On the 27th of November, the first Dutch Stan meetup will take place in Rotterdam. Organised by Sara van Erp, the meetup is designed to talk about Stan, the probabilistic programming language that is used under the hood by great packages such as prophet & brms.