Insead Innovator Prize – Event Photography in Brussels was covered by Ivo Popov Photography
The INSEAD Alumni Association of Belgium plays an active role in the Belgian business community and wishes to honour the innovative capabilities of Belgian business leaders.
The INSEAD Innovator Prize is awarded each year by the INSEAD Alumni Association of Belgium to people who, in the eyes of the Selection Committee, have made an innovative contribution and had a lasting impact on the Belgian or international business community.
On Tuesday, 3 December at SILO Brussels, the 32nd Innovator Prize was awarded to Onno van de Stolpe, CEO Galapagos nominated for his persistent belief, investment and innovation in the Biotech Industry.
Conference photography in Brussels for ESNO – The European Specialist Nurses Organisation is a non-profit organisation and the goal is to facilitate and provide an effective framework for communication and co-operation between the European Specialist Nurses Organisations and its constituent members. ESNO represents the mutual interests and benefits of these organisations to the wider European community in the interest of the public health. Members of ESNO consist of individual European specialist nurses organisations.
ESNO is responsible or cooperates with institutes on publication on health related publication related to the nurses profession such as Guidelines, E-book, Newsletter and Annual Reports. The publications are for public use. Publications on specific specialist areas related to members are found on members websites.
ESNO’s investment into continuous professional development and training helps to meet new skill needs. ESNO ensures Europe’s health workforce is kept up-to-date and safe to practice.
ESNO hired me for their conference photography in Brussels needs in February 2020. The congress was held in the “Les Atelier des Tanneurs” in Brussels. The delegates discussed current problems and solutions for their respective fields. There were presentations, q and a sessions and individual workshops.
Event coverage in Brussels for EURADA. Founded in 1992, the European Association of Development Agencies gathers people working on economic development through a large network of 76 members throughout 22 countries in the European Union and beyond. Regional development agencies are a designated meeting place between local actors. They carry out an economic development mission characterised by the search of the collective or overall interest of an area (and not corporative or sectorial) and which are significantly linked with a local, metropolitan or regional authority with respect to management, financing or missions. In order to carry out this mission, they gather highly skilled professionals and are able to answer the specific needs of firms willing to develop their activities.
As major economic actors in their regions, RDAs missions consist in assembling, coordinating and promoting best initiatives. The EURADA network connects its members with all kind of economic development practitioners such as RDAs, business partners and European authorities.
This event coverage in Brussels was held in EURADA’s offices on Rue Montoyer in Brussels and covered by event and corporate photographer in Brussels Ivo Popov. Please take a look at a small selection of photos from the event and if you like what you see, do not hesitate to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I would love to work with you!
We’re in a climate emergency, can business impact the world we live in for the benefit of all?
This year at Insead‘s Viewpoint attendees discussed what business can do to alleviate climate change? There is a crisis everywhere in political leadership, what sort of leadership do we need to get us out of this mess? If politics cannot solve the situation, can and should the business community take a much more active role than it takes today? What is People, Planet, Profit? Can we still do something? Do you feel concerned as a business leader?
INSEAD established the Hoffmann Global Institute in 2018 to deal with the issues of business and society, including climate change. If political leadership can’t solve the problems of the 21st century – and even our school children are striking – what can we do as business to impact the world we live in for the benefit of all?
Guests speakers were Chris Peeters – Group CEO, Elia and Valerie Del Ré – Executive Director, Greenpeace Belgium.
ML6 is a team of machine learning experts on a mission to empower leading businesses with intelligent technology. According to Deloitte Fast 50 ranking 2018, ML6 is the fastest growing AI company in Belgium. ML6 focuses on building and implementing tailored self-learning systems from A to Z for its customers, by applying the latest advancements in academic research and innovation to its customer’s challenges.
The Conference Board is the member-driven think tank that delivers trusted insights for what’s ahead. Their agenda is simple: to help leaders navigate the biggest issues facing business and better serve society. They believe in innovative approaches that make you think- and act- differently. And everything they do reflects the input of their members and their real-world challenges.
They do this by delivering business insights. They connect senior executives across industries and geographies to share ideas, and their experts create fact-based research and consensus-driven policy statements to help leaders address their most important business issues.
Because they are independent, non-partisan, and non-profit their work is trusted. If you learned it at The Conference Board you can count on it.
As an event photographer in Brussels I was very lucky to document an event co-organised by Insead Alumni organisation in Belgium and BNP Pariba Fortis on the topic of sustainability. The main speaker was the inspiring Philippe Joubert – a French Brazilian business executive focused on building sustainability into the heart of business strategies to enable long-term growth.
Sustainability is a challenging topic for all of us and for business and opinion leaders specifically. Hence, this is subject of many board discussions nowadays. Board Members today, should have the necessary insights to integrate sustainability into their governance responsibilities and own the first practical tools toward becoming “Earth Competent Boards”.
The Keynote by Philippe Joubert: “Business as usual is dead” was followed by a roundtable moderated by Professor Luc Van Liedekerke, with testimonials of Martine Reynaers (Reynaers Group) and Natasha Lippens (Finasucre).
They support audiovisual authors and promote cultural diversity through policies that enable the dissemination of audiovisual authors’ works to the audience. CMOs’ role is to give easy, legal access to those works and ensure authors are fairly paid to encourage further creativity for the benefit of society.
The SAA’s main objectives are the following:
Support and strengthen the economic and moral rights of audiovisual authors (screenwriters and directors);
Secure fair and proportional remuneration for audiovisual authors for every use of their works;
Develop, promote and advance the collective management of rights by member organisations to provide a cost effective, transparent and efficient system to facilitate the dissemination of audiovisual works and the distribution of royalties to authors.
As an event photographer in Brussels I was booked to photograph an event for SAA in Brussels. Please take a look at small preview from their event.