For International Women's Day 2023, we spoke to two female tech entrepreneurs: Geertrui Mieke De Ketelaere and Charlotte De Vlieghere.
FEops’ innovative technology allows doctors to perform complex cardiac procedures through minimally invasive techniques.
Yesplan is a start-up born from the arts centre Vooruit - now VierNulVier - and three professors from the VUB.
Ever wondered what it’s like to run a cleantech-company in Ghent? Next to Eniris, these three men started another venture: Smartgrid One.
Our team dreams of a bright tech future for Ghent, as a frontrunner in 4 key fields of technological innovation.
From 15/11 to 17/11 you can visit The Big Score in Ghent, aiming to connect tech start-ups and scale-ups with companies and investors.
BOSAQ, the circular water company, has evolved from an ambitious start-up to a well-established water technology scale up.
Visit Work Smarter on the 23rd of June, an event organised by Ghent-based Teamleader for entrepreneurs in all shapes and forms.
The City of Ghent has worked on the Interreg-project PlastiCity these past few years.
Innova Flanders is coming to ICC Ghent on 15, 16, and 17 June.
About a year after launching Material Mastey in Ghent, the same three innovation specialists started a new project: Circômplex.
The Ghent-based team of Abscis Architects renovated a historic building in the centre of Ghent and opted for a circular approach.