The goal of software.brussels is to become a real Zinneke Valley – or rather Silicon Valley’s little brother. The European capital and its institutions offer a wide range of opportunities for IT companies. Since 2011, software.brussels has been hosted by hub.brussels.
The cluster software.brussels brings together more than 150 stakeholders from the IT sector, including public and private institutions, universities, experts, research centers, etc. Its members include high potential companies specializing in digital applications for sales, HR, finance, logistics, education and mobility.
Today, the members of software.brussels cover a particularly broad spectrum of technologies that contribute to the economic transition of the Brussels-Capital Region – from AI and Industry 4.0 to Smart Cities or the Internet of Things (IoT).
A hub in the hub
The software.brussels program includes conferences, webinars, network events, etc. which total more than a dozen events and workshops per year. This is in addition to the eight yearly international trade missions, as good IT solutions are not limited by national borders. In fact, they are the ideal material for expansion abroad.
That is exactly where software.brussels comes in – as facilitator in drawing up business or financial plans, research into foreign markets and competitive positions, and of course the development of a local or international network of business contacts.