Wim Vanroose, scientist and Samira Lafkioui, fashion entrepreneur developed an online programme to make it much easier to design, adapt and share a pattern. The city selected Polygonal as a winner of its open call for innovation in the fashion industry.
Being at the centre of Western Europe, Belgium offers an excellent environment for European business affairs. Meanwhile, its city of Antwerp contains the second-largest European port, making the city the ideal ground of operations for international organisations with ambition. According to Steven De Haes, Dean of Antwerp Management School, his school can both benefit from and contribute to Antwerp’s strong economic position.
Studio Dott, a creative design studio for products, interiors, services and strategies, is already planning their next New Year’s party to take place in their new offices in Berchem.
In september, start-up BestBrain was the winner of the Antwerp Pitch Competition at the DLD Innovation Festival in Tel Aviv.
After his PhD in Japan, Bartek Kozicki wanted to move closer to home. He settled down in Antwerp: “We felt welcome right away.”
Thanks to strong, integrated solutions the region of Antwerp has built itself a solid lead in waste management.
Meet NxtPort: a data platform allowing all parties in the logistics chain to share information.
Indaver and SLECO will start supplying several chemical and logistics companies with green power from their waste-to-energy plant ECLUSE.
Steven Boelens, co-founder of Baunat with Stefaan Mouradian, explains why Antwerp is ‘the place to be’ for diamonds.
Avantida launched a tool that helps carriers and shipping companies make their processes more efficient and cost effective. Starting with the Port of Antwerp.
MCS Groups CEO Koen Matthijs is the driving force behind the implementation and integration of new technologies and sensor data.
Silversmith Nedda El-Asmar designs timeless objects. She has designed for big names such as Hermès, Serax and Magnitude.