Innovation starts in the workplace

Your invitation to EUWIN’s Brussels Conference, a unique opportunity to learn from the fascinating journeys of companies who champion employee engagement in innovation


           Location: Karel Van Miert Auditorium, Madou Tower - Place Madou 1, 1210 Brussels
           Date: 10th October 2016
           Programme: here  

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Dear participant of the EUWIN Brussels event,

Please bring this printed confirmation and your ID to participate in EUWIN's event.

We are glad to welcome you to the EUWIN Brussels event on October 10th! We have an exciting programme for you. Please be ready to participate and engage with our speakers and policy makers.

The event will take place in the Madou Tower. The address is: Madou Tower, Place Madou 1 (metro Madou), Brussels, Karel Van Miert Auditorium.

For the final programme EUWIN Brussels event: look at the current programme.

How to get there?
We have here the last details on where and how to come to EUWIN Brussels. Some advice from us: if you fly into Brussels Zaventem, please take the train to the North Station (or other station in Brussels). A train from the airport to Brussels North Station is very convenient. You can even buy your tickets online (please print them). Please follow this website: (book from Zaventem airport to Brussels North Station).


Travel from North Station to conference
The Madou Tower is at Metro Madou. And this is in fact a couple of metro stations away (North Station - Rogier – Kruidtuin/Botanique – Madou). See the red circles for where you need to be. You can buy separate metro tickets from vending machines (you can pay with coins, with bank cards, credit cards). You can also buy a MoBIB-card which allows you to make more travels on the metro.


If there are any other questions, please let us know.

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Kind regards!

European Workplace Innovation Network Team

Steven Dhondt (TNO), Peter Totterdill (UKWON), Zoya Damianova (ARC Fund), Claudio Zettel (DLR), Mieke Van Gramberen (Flanders Synergy), Geert Van Hootegem (KU Leuven), Ramojus Remeiris, Ursula Holtgrewe (ZSI)

EUWIN is the European learning network for Workplace Innovation. Follow EUWIN:!/euwinEU

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About the event

Presentation of European Workplace Innovation Network's Success

Innovation is a complex process. And even during the digital revolution we need to build workplaces that use and develop the full range of human creativity, knowledge and skill.

The European Commission launched the European Workplace Innovation Network (EUWIN) as a part of its wider industrial strategy. What have we achieved in the last 4 years? And what challenges remain, especially in the context of the Fourth Industrial Revolution?

During this stimulating and interactive event you will meet inspiring businesses and discover groundbreaking workplace practices. Learn from Finnish company VINCIT, winner of the Best Workplace in Europe 2016. Hear three TED-style talks on the future of work. Take part in a direct discussions with national and EU policy makers on how they can create a better environment for innovative companies in Europe. And, of course, you will have a chance to share your views on what needs to change for workplace innovation to become ‘business as usual’ in Europe.

We started EUWIN to create a mass movement and we have succeeded. Be part of the celebration in Brussels and help plan the future! 

Get inspired by our great line up of innovators:
Carlos Gonçalves – Avila Business Centers
Chris Warhurst - Warwick Institute for Employment Research
Clare Alexander - Scottish Enterprise
Edwin Van Vlierberghe - Bombardier
Fokke Wijnstra – Finext
Henrik Kock – Linköping University (HELIX)
Jacopo Romei – Cocoon Projects
Johanna Pystynen – VINCIT
Peter Totterdill - UK WON, EUWIN
Rosemary Exton - UK WON, EUWIN
Slawomir Tokarski - European Commission - DG GROW
Stefan Olsson – European Commission – DG EMPL
Steven Dhondt - TNO, EUWIN

The numbers of places for participants will be limited: if you want to be sure to participate, please register now using the links above.

Language of the conference: English

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