Testimonials

 

Ludo Dejaeghere, Spiromatic
Engineering & Service Manager

"You learn how to work with very practical tools which you can apply to real life cases and to your own company. They help you deal with uncertainty and guide you through the various steps necessary in launching new products or services, or starting a new company. Based on practical case, it is shown that to be successful, managers also need to be entrepreneurs. "New Business Development" is a programme that succeeds in linking theory to practice!"

 

Frieda Vanonckelen, Transformation Office - ING Belgium
Senior Programme Manager

"This course gave me as a programme manager the toolbox to start & explore new opportunities in our company. The frameworks support me to better anticipate questions during the decision making process & to do better road mapping for implementing new opportunities. Moreover; my horizon was broadened by the heterogeneous group & open case discussions."  

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A learning experience with real impact on your operations? A management programme tailored to the specific needs of your business? Contact us and discover how we can design and deliver customised programmes for your team that add genuine value to your organisation.

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Info Sessions & Open Days
21 Apr
Drop In on our Brussels Campus
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12 May
Drop In on our Ghent Campus
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09 Jun
Drop In on our Leuven Campus
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