Brussels presents its assets
“In London, Brussels will present its internationally recognised assets in two specific sectors: arbitration and sustainable construction. Two priority sectors of the Brussels Region, a region in full economic transition, with a business climate that is focused on services. An undeniable asset on the British market... The two activities managed by hub.brussels will focus on the exchange of practices and experiences between the Belgian and British partners,” explained Isabelle Grippa, ceo of hub.brussels.
Seminar “Arbitration & Digitalisation: a perfect match”
Brussels offers internationally renowned expertise. Our region has a strong reputation in terms of arbitration, the private resolution of disputes from commercial relations between companies, investors and states. Our European capital has unique advantages and meets all the requirements to resolve commercial disputes in an effective, secure and accessible manner.
This seminar is organised in cooperation with CEPANI (Belgian Centre for Arbitration and Mediation) and its main objective is to convince offices of UK lawyers and legal advisers that Brussels is the appropriate arbitration place for their commercial contracts.
Seminar ecobuild.brussels : “Towards net positive cities – How Brussels and London can help each other to accelerate the path to net positive companies, building and cities by boosting the sharing of innovation between businesses and government”
Brussels is an international pioneer in the field of sustainable and circular building. This seminar will highlight our region’s efforts and expertise in this sector. Our government supports this sector from the selection of materials that can be reused and recycled without quality loss to the optimisation of the product life span and the pursuit of energy efficiency during design and renovation.
How can professionals and users work together to design cities that give back to the world more than they take? Eight Brussels-based companies and their UK counterparts in sustainable construction are tackling this ambitious question. They are examining it during discussions organised with ULI Europe.