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Art in a museum.

Good art can be affordable, too. Or at least, that’s one of artlead’s messages. The start-up has set up a digital market place where art galleries, museums and art lovers young and old can all find something to their liking.  Founder Thomas Caron was a veteran in the art world long before he set up […]

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Someone watching television

Missing your favourite TV programmes can be one of the downsides of travelling abroad. However, for ZOALA® TV customers, this isn’t a problem! Pieter Jooris’s Flemish start-up enables you to enjoy exactly the same TV experience abroad as you have at home. With ZOALA® TV, you get your own HDMI stick which you can plug […]

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TillAlways

How can we give our lost loved ones a fitting tribute? Maxime Verhulst and two friends set up the online memorial website TillAlways.com in order to do just that.  The objective of TillAlways is to provide grieving friends and relatives with an everlasting memory of their lost loved one. “When our friend Raf passed away, […]

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Creating communities in neighbourhoods

Hoplr, ‘your neighbourhood private social network’, is aiming to make an online community for every Flemish neighbourhood. With 60,000 registered households and investment from Matexi and Roularta under their belt, Hoplr is ready to take it to the next level. Hoplr allows you to become part of a community based on where you live. Its […]

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Searching online gets easier with Find.me

Online marketplaces are becoming increasingly popular, but they often fail to deliver when it comes to relevance. However, this is all about to change with the new platform Find.me, which uses artificial intelligence, voice input and semantics to present users with only the most relevant search results. “We want to generate better results for users […]

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Look-app: like snapchat on demand

More and more Belgian start-ups are getting involved in the on-demand economy, as well as the sharing economy. One of these start-ups is Donald Staar (Founder and CEO) and Ludwig Dumont’s (CMO) new company, Look, which launched an app of the same name in 2016. Look might be described as a type of on-demand Snapchat. […]

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BARCELONA ATTRACTS BOTH YOUNG TALENT AND TECHNOLOGY GIANTS

Barcelona is emerging as an international hub for technology and start-ups. The Catalan capital boasts an impressive ecosystem in which ICT start-ups, investment funds, business incubators and large businesses are feeding off each other’s success. Miquel Marti’s brand new office in the magnificently restored Palau de Mar has a fantastic view over the harbour and […]

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Charlie 24, a new way of road assistance

With charlie24 you can ask, 24/7, via your smartphone, immediate roadside assistance from local professionals at a clear and upfront announced price. Read their article on the website of Trends here

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Software development.

Experts urge young entrepreneurs to approach clients with their software products as early as possible. But the question is, at what stage is the product able to function at the minimum required level? A classic mistake which many young businesses make is to fall in love with their own product. Founders often spend far too […]

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Erwin Danis, Director of Premedia at Roularta

“Roularta is offering start-ups a helping hand with its winning combination of expert mentors and Roularta professionals” – Erwin Danis, Director of Premedia at Roularta. Why should start-ups sign up for the Roularta Mediatech Accelerator programme? Roularta has in-depth knowledge of the B2B and B2C markets, and their respective customers. Start-ups can really benefit from […]

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