So proud... INNOCOM is nominated as Company of the Year for the 'Data News Awards for Excellence 2020' in the Category 'Customer Centricity'.
What exactly is INNOCOM all about? What does INNOCOM do? Who are we, what do we believe in, how are we guided in our decisions? Nobody can talk about our walk better than the INNOCOM colleagues themselves! In a series of six, Davey will kick-off and walk you through the INNOCOM projects and DNA.
The world is changing faster today than it was yesterday. Businesses need to be transforming all the time to stay relevant. Enterprise architecture can help ... and as it’s not easy to find people with knowledge of EA: training is the way to go! We introduce to you: our Master in Enterprise Architecture!
From 31 May to 2 June, two teams of INNOCOM colleagues took up the sporty challenge to cycle 1000km in three days along Belgian roads for Kom op tegen Kanker.
On Friday 24th May, we opened our yearly open-air Art in the Park exhibition with 'how flower is my power' as its theme. Going above and beyond traditional art expositions, our 2019 edition focuses on experiencing art.
Our CEO Johan Van Looy has been nominated to become Young Top Manager of the Year.
INNOCOM is honoured to have been awarded with the Great Place to Work Certified label once again at Docks Dome in Brussels yesterday. Each year, The Great Place to Work Institute, Vlerick Business School and media partner Jobat/Mark Magazine celebrate Belgian businesses for providing employees with a Great Place to Work.
On Monday 18 February, the IC Institute, INNOCOM’s education and research institute, is launching its ‘Digital Leaders Competence Center’ (DL2C).
The 25th of May marked a special day in our agenda this year. With great festivities, we opened this year's Art in the Park exhibit, where we showcase impressive works of art by renowned artists.
During the festive opening of Art in the park two weeks ago, celebrating INNOCOM's 20 years of existence, the title of this blogpost was one of the most important messages. Drinking your own champagne is our positive version of the more widely known 'eat your own dog food'.
When two organizations merge, their respective IT departments look for the best possible synergy to grow into an even stronger support organization. This is what imec and iMinds, two of Belgium’s best-known research and development organizations, did when they joined forces in 2016.
After attending an executive programme of the US Singularity University, Johan Cattersel was utterly impressed. To see, hear and interact with the great thinkers of the future today was an inspiring experience. Spurred on by the motto of the Singularity University “If not you, who? If not now, when?”, he decided to start a Belgian chapter. Since its launch on 19 December 2017, the Belgian chapter has organized two events.
Yesterday, INNOCOM received the honour of being certified as one of the “Great Places To Work” in Belgium! “Great Place To Work” focuses on intangible values which cannot be created through the simple application of a tried and tested methodology, but can only be nurtured by paying attention to the little things every day of every week across the whole organisation. A “Great Place To Work” is where:
On 23 January, the ‘Pioneers in digital leadership’ conference was held in Brussels, an event organized by INNOCOM in collaboration with Febelfin, Agoria and the Singularity University. During this one-day meeting, several internationally renowned top speakers of the Singularity University focused on how leadership will influence exponential technologies such as artificial intelligence, robotics and digital biology.
For 16 years already, the Trends editorial department has selected 200 Trends Gazelles. Trends Gazelles are fast-growing companies that are an integral part of our economic landscape. All of them competitors who positively influence the business climate in their region. They are sources of innovation and employment. An inspiring role model for other companies!
INNOCOM’s CEO Johan Van Looy has a passion for music and loves playing the guitar. Impressed by what he saw at live shows as a teenager, he took up the challenge of teaching himself to play. This led to him playing a couple of shows himself, an experience that has helped him in life and throughout his career: “Being on stage taught me how to share something with a group of people – not easy as I'm a bit of an introvert,” says Johan.
CEO Johan Van Looy has written an opinion piece about digital transformation and reveals the differences between large and small companies. Contrary to public opinion, Johan thinks that coaching and training are not enough to succeed and true digital transformation requires a two-track approach.
We are glad to announce the appointment of Johan Van Looy as our new CEO, effective as of 18 September 2017. Johan Van Looy has been with us for over 16 years and is widely respected for his management skills and experience in the sector. He succeeds founder Johan Cattersel, who will now apply his years of experience to the role of Executive Chairman. With its focus on maintaining and expanding INNOCOM’s long-term strategy, part of his responsibility will be to promote the company’s ambitious plans for international growth.