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Telenet is a leading provider of broadband cable services in Belgium. They provide cable television, high-speed internet and telecom services, primarily to residential customers in Flanders and Brussels. Their mission statement is clear: Telenet seeks to play a leading role as a telecom firm at the crossroads of television, Internet and telephony. They want to enrich the daily lives of their customers with sustainable, simple products and services that combine great technological performance and high entertainment value.
The city of Antwerp provides education to more than 55 000 students of all ages from 2,5 tot 82. Since 2010, the organization of the city’s education is run as an autonomous company. Today it employs 6000 staff members and runs 140 schools, academies and institutions for adult education on 250 different locations. All of this makes ‘Stedelijk Onderwijs Antwerpen’ one of the largest education providers in Flanders.
Essentiel is a Belgian fashion and accessories label for women and men. Since its creation in Antwerp in 1999, the Essentiel brand stuck to its basic values: emotion, originality, luxury, passion and integrity. Today, Essentiel has shops in Belgium and France and is also represented in other European countries. It is well on its way to expand worldwide.
The Federal Public Service (FPS) Health, Food Chain Safety and Environment was set up in 2001. It is responsible for all verifications with regard to food safety. Its team’s mission is to develop a transparent, dynamic and scientifically-based policy that takes care of people’s health, provides a safe food chain and a better environment for everyone, both today and in the future.
The Agfa-Gevaert Group develops, produces and distributes an extensive range of analog and digital imaging systems and IT solutions, mainly for the printing industry and the healthcare sector, as well as for specific industrial applications. Today, Agfa-Gevaert has three focused business groups: Agfa Graphics, Agfa HealthCare and Agfa Specialty Products. The headquarters and parent company are located in Mortsel, Belgium. The production facilities are located around the world, with the largest production and research centers in Belgium, the United States, Germany and China.
The province of Antwerp is the provincial local government. Its policy covers those domains that are not part of the federal or regional public authorities’ tasks.
The provincial policy is threefold. It manages its own services and institutions, such as schools, museums and recreational parks. Secondly the province seeks to cooperate with other official organizations, the local economy and social partners. Finally, it wants to actively support private initiatives through grants and prizes.
A modern and stylistically flexible symphony orchestra, the Royal Flemish Philharmonic demonstrates an artistic flair which allows for a variety of styles – from classical to contemporary – in a historically authentic manner. Chief Conductor Edo de Waart is responsible for the orchestra’s main repertoire. Drawing on his vast orchestral experience, as former Chief Conductor of the San Francisco and Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestras, he contributes to the unique character of the Royal Flemish Philharmonic. He works in close co-operation with Principal Conductor Philippe Herreweghe, who makes use of his specific background in his readings of (pre)Romantic music.
Decathlon is a major French retailer in sporting goods that has stores located throughout the world. It originated in France in 1976. This store stocks a wide range of sporting equipment and sportswear. Decathlon is one of the few retailers that develops and sells its own brands. Each group of activities has a separate brand name. A few examples are: ARTENGO (racquet sports), B’TWIN (cycle sports), KALENJI (running), KIPSTA (team sports), QUECHUA (mountain sports) and WED’ZE (Ski, snowboarding).
Internet Architects worked for the Belgian federal government and more specifically the Chancellery of the Prime Minister. This is a federal service that supports the Prime Minister in guiding and coordinating government policy. It provides the Prime Minister with support in areas such as content and administration, as well as aspects of legal, logistical and communication-related matters. This federal service also acts as a point of contact with various federated entities on the one hand and the European Union on the other.
BASE is part of the KPN Group Belgium, one of the leading mobile providers in Belgium. KPN Group Belgium nv is a 100% subsidiary of the Netherlands’ Koninklijke KPN, one of the most important telecom operators on the European market. All brands of BASE were recently integrated into one organization: KPN Group Belgium. That name change allowed KPN Group Belgium to further grow as a communications company that aims at profiling itself as the multi-brand factory in the Belgian communication landscape.
The Karel de Grote-Hogeschool in Antwerp is a university college that offers professional bachelor and academic bachelor programs in these 6 departments: Healthcare, Commercial Sciences and Business Studies, Industrial Sciences and Technology, Teacher Training, Sint-Lucas Antwerp (Arts) and Social Sciences. This year, over 9000 students are enrolled and the college employs about a 1000 staff members.
The Port of Antwerp is one of Europe’s largest seaports, ranking second behind Rotterdam by total freight shipped internationally. Our customer, the Antwerp Port Authority, is responsible for the port’s policy, promoting the Antwerp port all over the world and providing administrative, technical and nautical support to ensure all port facilities are properly operated.
The University Hospital in Antwerp is the university’s center for top clinical and patient-centered care, superior academic training and groundbreaking scientific research with an international flair.
The hospital houses 38 highly-specialized medical services and more than 570 patient beds. Every year over 22 000 patients receive first-class care during their hospital stay. 525.000 patients count on the hospital’s facilities for ambulant care and medical consultations.
VRT is the Flemish public broadcasting company. They provide audiovisual programs and services to a wide audience on all platforms, independent of commercial or political influence. VRT’s offer covers TV (één, Canvas, Ketnet, Sporza, Cobra) and radio channels (Radio 1, Radio 2, Studio Brussel, MNM) and their respective websites. VRT wants to be innovative and make the most of new media. They closely follow new technological evolutions, such as social media and aim to incorporate them in their programs and websites.
Sanoma Media Belgium publishes magazines and websites for a broad audience. The company recently evolved from magazine publisher to a larger media company that also focuses on expanding their media applications targeted to specific user groups and based on their internal know-how and strong brands. Sanoma is the Belgian market leader in women’s magazines (Flair, Libelle, Femmes d’Aujourd’hui), TV- and news magazines (Humo, Télémoustique, …) and glossy magazines (Feeling, Gael, Marie Claire, …). In the near future, Sanoma wishes to further build on their well-known brands by developing side activities, mostly online.
NBB has been Belgium’s central bank since 1850. It performs tasks in the general interest at both national and international levels. Its tasks and activities include playing an active part in the European monetary policy, issuing notes and coins, ensuring financial and monetary stability, daily managing the Securities Regulation Fund and providing services to the financial sector, schools, individuals and other central banks.
FedICT is the Federal Government’s Public service for Information and Communication Technology.
They define and implement the federal e-government strategy. FedICT uses innovative information and communication technology (ICT) to help the various federal public services to improve their service portfolios and tailor them to meet the needs of the general public, businesses and civil servants.
For example, FedICT is involved in building and developing the software for the electronic identity card (eID). FedICT also develops new online services aimed at the general public, businesses and civil servants, and made available through the federal portal.
Joker is Belgian’s number one reference for adventurous travel. Their ever expanding offer in worldwide destinations and exciting travel packages make them the best choice for anyone who wishes to leave the beaten paths. Joker maintains numerous local contacts all over the world who provide them with alternative routes and insiders’ information on the best and undiscovered must-sees. They cater to the needs of all types of travelers, all ages and travel styles (individual or in groups).
Over the past 40 years, the Carrefour Group has grown to become one of the world’s leading distribution groups. The world’s second-largest retailer and the largest in Europe, the Group currently operates four main grocery store formats: hypermarkets, supermarkets, cash & carry and convenience stores. Today the Group operates in three major markets: Europe, Latin America and Asia. The Carrefour Group has over 9,500 stores, either company-operated or franchises. Recently, Carrefour Belgium and Carrefour France set up online shops.