Are you ready for imec.istart? Open call for tech startups Imec.istart welcomes high-potential business ideas in the domains of digital technologies and/or nanoelectronics. Selected start-ups get world-class imec.istart coaching and financial resources. The imec.istart acceleration program just launched its open call for tech start-ups with application deadline February 1.
How do you become a Factory of the Future? - Provan reveals… This company established in Genk, Belgium, currently employs 80 people and was one of the first Factory of the Future Award winners in 2015. The company has since completed a follow-up assessment and has been awarded the title for the next three years.
Streamlined production earns Niko the Factory of the Future Award There are very few homes in Belgium that do not contain a power socket or switch by Niko, based in Sint-Niklaas. The innovative company has over a hundred years of history, spread across three generations. But this long history doesn't stop the company from constantly looking to the future.
Help, I can't see the wood in the United Nations' climate objectives! At the end of this year, the 25th Annual Meeting of the UNFCCC (the COP 25) will take place. The UNFCCC is a global cooperation agreement between countries drawn up under the responsibility of the United Nations (UN). Below the answers to a number of frequently asked questions.
EC consultation on guidance on practical aspects of the implementation of the Standardisation Regulation (EU) No. 1025/2012 Orgalim has prepared a draft response to the ongoing consultation of the European Commission on its guidelines for the practical implementation of Standardisation Regulation (EU) No 1025/2012. Please let us know your comments before 28 August so that we can discuss them with Orgalim.
Intersysto launches an e-health app that revolutionises home care After its participation at the CES trade show in Las Vegas where it won an award for its 3S Homecare app making it possible to better organise home support for elderly people, the start-up from Tournai also took part in the Mission led by Princess Astrid in Morocco last December. Interview with its founder, Dominique Duhayon.
Apply to the Corporate Startup Stars The 'Corporate Startup Stars' is a set of awards intended to recognise large firms that have gone out of their way to work with startups, in order to promote corporate-startup collaboration as a mechanism for helping startups scale. Last year, Samsung Electronics, KPN and Sodexo were awarded as Europe's top three startup-friendly corporates.