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Marc Lambotte

First things first

First things first. Of course, the wages should increase. But first of all: reduce labor costs to restore competitiveness. Belgium is a small country with an open economy and we need our export.

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Jef D'Hollander

Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP): time for action and a balanced debate

Never did an EU trade agreement attract as much attention as the TTIP or Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership. Unfortunately, the current public debate is...

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Robrecht Janssens

You want committed staff? Work at it!

The factory of the future cannot be reduced to computer controlled state-of-the-art machinery. Such a company can only succeed thanks to those who compose it. Committed people ...

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Tom Ceulemans

Business of the Future : Industry prepares the future, and you ?

Today companies are overwhelmed with trends, mega-trends and even paradigm shifts on an economical, societal and technological level. Those (r)evolutions could possibly turn their business upside down.

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Marc Lambotte

Professors talk about the future. Entrepreneurs make it happen...

Today, in order to survive, a company has to continually regenerate itself by finding the source of innovation that will enable it to create value. And this does not only concern the products or services ...

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Robrecht Janssens

Factories of the future: employees in the driving seat

Deindustrialisation has garnered a lot of press coverage over the past few years. Belgium is facing a wage handicap, even when compared to its neighbouring countries. Will we have to do without manufacturing companies in the future?

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Bert Mons

The Belgian automotive industry is the ‘place to be’ for young technical talent

Following the Brussels Motor Show in January, Agoria has surveyed the Belgian automotive industry to assess the number of available jobs. Our findings?

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Dominique Du Tré

How the EU can help our industry with smart regulations

Did you know that the European institutions are responsible for no less than 75 percent of the rules our products must comply with? It is therefore important to be represented, and to influence European regulations.

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Advionics gelanceerd onder nieuwe merknaam

Agoria-lid Advionics lanceert zijn nieuwe merknaam. Na de overname in januari 2015 door Parter Capital Group AG werd een strategische herpositionering doorgevoerd. Advionics heeft meer dan 50 jaar ervaring in het ontwikkelen en produceren van hoogtechnologische elektronica voor de luchtvaart- en defensiemarkt.

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SNC-Lavalin shares global sourcing contacts with the Carbon Energy Club

Last Friday, Agoria’s Carbon Energy Club held its Summer Event, the last of the seven internationals business clubs to do so. The evening’s programme included a presentation of SNC-Lavalin, a company in the top 10 global Engineering Contractors in the Oil&Gas, renewable, (petro) chemical and infrastructure industries.

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Who is afraid of the… TTIP? A debate.

On 29 June, Agoria and law firm ALTIUS brought together in Brussels politicians, representatives of public administrations and members of the civil society for an informative event on the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP). Read a report of the final debate here (+ short video).

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