For whom?

The programme 'Growth through Innovation' is beneficial for:

  • R&D, Innovation, Business Unit and Business Development, both manager and director level
  • CEOs and owner-managers of medium- to large-size companies
  • Heads of Engineering

In previous editions of this programme, we had the pleasure of welcoming participants from companies like: Axa, AGC Glass Europe, Bayer, Barco, Barry Callebaut, Bekaert, Cegeka, Cisco,  Colruyt, Deme, Euroclear, Janssen Pharmaceutica, Kaneka, Kellogg’s, TNO, Samsonite, Securex, Teva Pharmaceuticals, Thomas Cook, and Wienerberger

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