Nick Boucart

Christmas and New Year are only a few days away. For me it’s a good moment to take a step back and reflect on what I have been doing over the last few years and what I expect to happen next.

Nick Boucart

Software as a Service is rapidly becoming the norm for bringing new software to the market. In our 2-day hands-on course on 14 and 15 April 2016, you will build a SaaS technology stack yourself, using online services and open source tools. You will go home with practical tips, advice and actionable to-do’s they can implement in their own stack within days. Prepare yourself for flexible development and rapid experimentations, without stressing out your developers!

Steven Van den Berghe
Stijn Gielis

iMinds and partners are organizing a course on the design and development of IoT systems. This course will have a unique blended learning approach, combining online interactive videos, access to case studies, weekly exercises and individual coaching with industry experts, all of which is optional and available for you to access at any time.

Peter Verhasselt

The Antwerp software company Prosteps wants to grow internationally via their SaaS-based retail platform, but does not have the necessary know-how in-house. An external advisory board has been set up together with Peter Verhasselt from Sirris that will provide support over the next two years with the international upscaling of their new SaaS product Tilroy.

Andries Reymer

Starting a business in an online environment is regarded as low risk and easy scalable. Today, thanks to Additive Manufacturing technology, this goes for manufacturing hardware too. Creating hardware doesn’t need to be "hard".

Tom Tourwé

On 18 September, the project TIII - Tangible, Intuitive, Interactive Interfaces - final event will take place. During this event project results will be revealed, interactive prototypes will be demonstrated and experts in the field will give a few presentations.

Pico Lantini

In 2005, renowned entrepreneur and academician Steve Blank published The Four Steps to the Epiphany. Inspiring tons of new ideas for start-ups, the book advocates a renewed focus on customer development as a cornerstone to build a solid business. In this new series, we’ll crystallize Blank’s theory into a few tactical steps, cut to size for young fledgling companies.

Pico Lantini

In 2005, renowned entrepreneur and academician Steve Blank published "The Four Steps to the Epiphany". Inspiring tons of new ideas for start-ups, the book advocates a renewed focus on customer development as a cornerstone to build a solid business. In this new series, we’ll crystallize Blank’s theory into a few tactical steps, cut to size for young fledgling companies.

Pico Lantini

A practical guide to customer development: gearing up for action

In 2005, renowned entrepreneur and academic Steve Blank published The Four Steps to the Epiphany. Inspiring tons of new ideas for start-ups, the book advocates a renewed focus on customer development as a cornerstone to building a solid business. In this new series, we’ll crystallize Blank’s theory into a few tactical steps, cut to size for young fledgling companies.

Nick Boucart

On Sunday, the day before Cyber Monday, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos revealed that the company is working on Amazon Prime Air, a new delivery service, whereby Amazon would deliver goods at your door by an army of drones. The Internet raved about the idea (just Google for Amazon Prime Air and you'll find links to the story on all major newspapers and blogs), the video attracted 6Mo+ views within 3 days. Hours after the video went live, you could already find in-depth articles of people who were arguing that this is the future of parcel delivery, and an equal amount of people giving all sorts of arguments why this will never ever work.