Business and Investment Trip to Brussels
InfoLab21 resident company Kinetic Cubed would like to hear from companies interested in a visit Invest in Brussels is organising to Brussels in early/mid July, 2011.
The purpose of the visit is to give UK companies and organisations considering setting up a presence there a better insight into the support and opportunities available by seeing them first hand. Invest in Brussels provides free of charge and confidential business and investment support and advice, which includes access to a three month FOC soft landing zone right in the heart of Brussels, access to potential clients, skills and clusters, advice on taxation, employment and set up, as well as access to research, innovation and funding channels.
Kinetic Cubed are planning to invite a small group of interested companies (four maximum) to see how Brussels can add value to thier business proposition. The provisional programme will comprise elements such as:
- Insights into the opportunities in the Brussels and Benelux markets
- Specific support that Invest in Brussels can provide for your business
- Case study of an existing investor - issues, challenges, opportunities
- Tax, employment, company registration and set up considerations
- Individuals meetings with relevant interested local players (e.g. cluster teams, innovation networks, EU/commission contacts etc - this can be customised for each company)
For more details please read the flyer below. Mark Bersford would like to hear from any interested companies by 31st May.
Wed 25 May 2011
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A Faculty team representing science, technology, engineering and maths took part in EDF Energy's 'Science Day' on Saturday 21st March at Heysham Power Station.
Wed 25 March 2015
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Tue 24 March 2015
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