Innoviris is the Brussels Institute for the encouragement of scientific research and innovation. Our mission is to support and stimulate research, development and innovation in and for Brussels through the funding of innovative projects by companies, research organizations and the non-commercial sector.

Innoviris is the Brussels Institute for the encouragement of scientific research and innovation. Our mission is to support and stimulate research, development and innovation in and for Brussels through the funding of innovative projects by companies, research organizations and the non-commercial sector.


Located in the heart of Brussels, the Jewish Museum of Belgium takes an innovative look at Jewish history and culture through exhibitions and activities geared towards sharing, discovery and accessibility for all audiences. Resolutely anchored in the present, it is a living, dynamic, multidisciplinary cultural and artistic place, led by a team that carries high values ​​of openness and modernity. The Jewish Museum of Belgium aims to promote knowledge and understanding of history, religion and Jewish cultures.


The International Council of Museums (ICOM), created in 1946, is the only organization of museums and museum professionals with a global scope, committed to the promotion and protection of natural and cultural heritage, present and future, tangible and intangible. With approximately 30,000 members in 137 countries, ICOM is a network of museum professionals acting in a wide range of museum-and heritage-related disciplines. The Belgian national ICOM Committee is a two-folded structure composed of ICOM Belgium / Flanders and Wallonia-Brussels.


The non-profit association Museums and Society in Wallonia (MSW) is the federation of Walloon museums founded in 1998. Today more than 160 museums and museum institutions are a member of the association. It works daily to their professionalisation and is part of a dynamic tourism promotion. The association federates its members (within networks), represents them (before the supervisory authorities), helps them progress (through its professional services and its training programs) and provides them with better exposure (to the general and the professional public via its website www.museozoom.be, social networks, trade fairs and various specific actions). MSW's mission also includes integrating museums into the social and economic fabric.

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Brussels Museums Council (BMC) represents and works with nearly 100 museums of the Brussels-Capital Region, either federal, communal, communitarian or private. Dealing with art, technology, industry, sciences, folklore, literature, history and much more fields, they all present a different aspect of Brussels. Its objectives are to promote and represent the museums, to develop collaboration between them, to support them, to develop their assets and bring solutions to specific problems.

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As a centre of expertise, Meemoo means to play a central part in Flanders in centring the development of knowledge, experience and expertise regarding digitization and digital archiving, and in spreading the acquired knowledge, experience and expertise. In this way, the centre of expertise means to improve and guard the quality and efficiency of actions in regard to digitization and digital archiving within the broader field of cultural heritage.



For more than 180 years VUB has helped build a better society as an innovative, free inquiring and critical thinking university. We are linked to the world from within our international capital Brussels. A never-ending quest for knowledge, insights and enlightenment form the golden thread in all we do in education, research and social commitment. At the same time we continue to advance our very personal and democratic approach that enables all the members of the VUB-community to grow, so they can successfully take up their roles in the world of today and tomorrow.


As a multicultural university with one third of students and researchers from abroad, international relations is a daily reality for the Université libre de Bruxelles, just like the city of Brussels itself, one of the world's most cosmopolitan cities.
Its outward-looking position with regard to Europe and the world has resulted in a number of agreements, collaborations and special partnerships being set up with some of the world's top universities.



The MAD LAB's mission is to support designers and creators in their search for employment or entrepreneurship in Brussels. With this goal, the Mad Lab is an incubator for designers and creators working on social and/or environmental issues. Thanks to the skills of our designers, we develop projects in circular economy and we work particularly on waste recycling in collaboration with local partners.


We Are Museums

We aspire to shape the future by empowering a global museum community of changemakers to spearhead innovation and develop social purpose projects. We share a responsibility for the future of the communities we work in, as well as for the planet. We believe in museums as trusted institutions with a clearly-defined purpose, that are also transformative tools and significant civic resources. At the core of our culture, we work on a collaborative and benevolent basis, having a no-show off policy and encouraging togetherness, openness and uprightness, towards a sustainable and workable future.


KIKK is a Belgian non-profit association exploring the crossovers between art, science & technology through the organization of events, educational activities & art projects. It organizes the yearly KIKK festival, a world-renowned event in Namur, exploring the implications of new technologies on society and in the creative fields, gathering 25.000 visitors from 50 countries. 


Promethea supports companies and project initiators in their patronage endeavor. Promethea hosts masterclasses and workshops for project leaders and organizes bridging actions for cultural and artistic businesses. It is a national network of  more than 100 corporate organizations with the ambition to forge the culture of patronage.


Women in TECH.brussels has been launched last May 29th as part of the regional plan Next Tech which aims to accelerate the presence of women in the innovative sectors of the high-tech industry and the creation of startups. Women in TECH is a platform for awareness-raising, information and specific guidance for Brussels women interested in Innovative Entrepreneurship and ICT.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Founded in October 2008, the Club Innovation & Culture, CLIC France brings together museums, heritage sites and cultural and scientific institutions interested in new digital technologies and their uses. 


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