Brussels isn’t just about fries and foreign affairs. It’s also home to a burgeoning startup scene supported by government initiatives and investment from across Europe.
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In addition to a rich history of art, architecture and food, Brussels is a hub for global affairs and commerce. For the city’s startup ecosystem, this international flavor has helped foster a new generation of innovators. The local government has invested significantly in programs and initiatives designed to promote entrepreneurship (especially among students and recent college graduates) and the results are starting to show.
Made in collaboration with hub.brussels, Startup Guide Brussels explores the key players leading the way and provides essential tools for starting up in the Belgian capital. This includes insight into the top startups, entrepreneurs, investors, programs, schools and coworking spaces the city has to offer.
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Published October 2020
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