- the heart of Europe and your link to the EU and countless European and global HQs.
- the gateway to Europe and your easy connection to major cities across the continent.
- the centre of Europe and your access point to one of the wealthiest regions in the world.
Where can connected Brussels take your business?
Your cosmopolitan network
Brussels is the capital of one of the top 3 most globalised countries in the world according to the KOF index. Why? It could be the cosmopolitan mixture of cultures (over 160 nationalities at the last count), the establishment of numerous European and international organisations (including NATO, the EU as well as numerous EMEA HQs) or any one of a hundred other reasons.
Plus, it’s easy to stay abreast of the latest news from the finance industry across Europe and enjoy plenty of networking opportunities thanks to the numerous business federations that call Brussels home.
Getting around in Brussels
Travelling from one part of the capital to another is easy. You can either use the capital’s outstanding public transport network, consisting of buses, trams and the metro, or borrow a bike or a car from one of Brussels’ transport sharing schemes.
Gateway to Europe
Recognised as the gateway to Europe, Brussels gives you access to over 500 million European consumers and over 75% of EU GDP. And if that wasn’t enough, Brussels is at the heart of one of the largest concentrations of wealth in the world, with 12 of the top 25 countries ranked on GDP per capita are located within 1,000km. Brussels Airport has frequent, direct flights to all major cities and capitals in Europe, as well as around the world. And, neighbouring capitals are quickly reached by the frequent Eurostar or Thalys departures (Amsterdam, Cologne, London or Paris are all less than 2 hours away).
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