Economical growth through cooperations between companies and start-ups
Established family businesses have the necessary means and networks to influence the market. However, they do sometimes miss the know-how needed to be sufficiently innovative. Start-ups usually do not lack innovative capacity and are, you could say, innovative per definition.
New Antwerp Management School Alumni Chairperson is a woman, Mimi Lamote
After 8 years of Antwerp Management School Alumni chairmanship, Guido Kestens hands over the torch to Mimi Lamote, CEO of fashion label Mayerline. Mimi has taken over on June 26.
AMS and BZA have joined forces in a four-year applied research program
Society is constantly changing and to be able to guarantee safety, emergency services have to evolve at the same pace. Therefore, the Fire department Zone Antwerp (BZA) invests not only in modern equipment and thoroughly trained workers, but also in research.
Belgian companies and sustainability - a work in progress
With an average score of 6.4/10 for their sustainability performance, Belgian companies acknowledge they still have a long road ahead. However, the outlook for sustainability is positive with many companies indicating they think sustainability will increase in strategic importance and saying they intend to have more attention for sustainability, even in the face of unchanged budgets.
International hockey player studying at Antwerp Management School
Shimmins is coming to Belgium to join the Dragons, the Belgian champion in men’s hockey. He can take this program thanks to the collaboration between AMS and the Dragons. The 24-year old has played over 90 games for his country. He is transferred from Pembroke and is a midfielder.