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May 01, 2017

How does your workplace affect your employees’ productivity? NNOF and Care are collaborating with Antwerp Management School to find out.

NNOF and Care (both Vebego Holding firms) are together becoming an Antwerp Management School Knowledge Partner. They are linking up with AMS’ Next Generation Work Expertise Center, which focuses principally on researching and developing a sustainable view of human resource management, work, careers and organizations.

April 26, 2017

Agreement between Antwerp Management School and the Flemish government provides a significant boost for academic research

On Wednesday, April 26th, Antwerp Management School (AMS) and the Flemish Minister for Employment, the Economy, Innovation and Sport, Philippe Muyters, signed a new agreement. This 6-year agreement covers the period 2017 – 2022, during which time Antwerp Management School will receive annual funding to support academic research.

April 11, 2017

Launch valuation tool: how much is your company worth?

Antwerp Management School and the Knowledge Community Family Business have developed a unique online valuation tool in collaboration with UNIZO and with the support of the Agency of Innovation and Entrepreneurship: a simulator to determine the value of your company.

March 24, 2017

Communal trailer parking get lorries out of traffic jams

Belgian transport companies lose an average of 335 hours per lorry each year as a result of trucks being stuck in traffic jams. This congestion often occurs at well-known points along the road network but also builds up in queues at freight forwarders, receivers or terminals.

March 17, 2017

The Traffic Sign Database: an instrument for safer and more sustainable traffic

Recent data shows that every two days, a child dies in a traffic accident involving a lorry. Another fact is that on average, Flanders has 120 speeding-related deaths on its roads every year. Meanwhile, it is perfectly possible to equip vehicles with software that sends freight transport along sustainable routes and which controls speed.