Brussels, the capital of Belgium and the European Union, is not only known for its famous landmarks such as the Atomium and the Manneken Pis, but it is also a city of innovations.
From pioneering sustainable development to revolutionizing the healthcare sector, Brussels is home to some of the most exciting and groundbreaking innovations of our time. This book will explore the city’s rich history of innovation and shed light on the individuals and institutions driving the latest advancements in fields such as biotechnology, artificial intelligence, and green energy.
Over the past few decades, Brussels has transformed itself into a hub for startups, tech companies, and research institutions, making it a top destination for entrepreneurs, innovators, and creatives from around the world.
According to the European Start-up Survey conducted jointly by PwC and the Münster University of Applied Sciences, Brussels outperforms the European average in terms of the ease of starting a business. Indeed, 90% of participants based in Brussels believe that the Belgian capital is “the ideal place” for start-ups and give an average rating of good/very good to the city as a whole.
Furthermore, as home to the European Commission, Council and Parliament, Brussels is the nerve center of Europe and a range of international institutions. located at the heart of a market of about 435 million European, it is now a hub for lobbyists international associations and press correspondents.
Law firms and other public relations companies also find it a key platform, as do NATO, the WEU and the Benelux countries, which have established their respective headquarters there.
In this book, we explore the many ways in which Brussels has become this hub for innovation, drawing on its unique position as a melting pot of cultures, languages, and ideas. We will examine the stories of individuals and organizations who have contributed to the city’s success, as well as the challenges they have faced along the way.
Through interviews with industry leaders, case studies, and in-depth analysis, this book provides an inside look at the dynamic ecosystem of innovation in Brussels. Whether you’re a business owner, investor, or simply someone interested in the cutting edge of technology, this book is a must-read for anyone looking to understand the role of Brussels as a capital of innovation in the 21st century.
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