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Founders Ger Daleboudt and Frits Goldschmeding, eight years after starting their company
|Born||2 August 1933|
|Education||VU University Amsterdam|
|Occupation||Investor and academic|
|Known for||Founder, Randstad Holding|
|Net worth||$4.2 billion (October 2019)|
Frits Goldschmeding (born 2 August 1933) is a Dutch billionaire businessman, founder of Randstad Holding, the world's largest staffing company.
He founded Uitzendbureau Amstelveen in 1960, and in 1964 renamed it Randstad. Goldschmeding took Randstad public in 1990, and in 2008, merged it with the Dutch group Vedior. According to Forbes, Goldschmeding has a 35% stake in the company, and a net worth of $4.2 billion, as of October 2019.
Married with three children, Goldschmeding lives in Amsterdam, Netherlands.
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