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Open Space: the new learning arena for IT experts

Bring passionate developers together in an open atmosphere at an inspiring location and the space will soon be too small for the overload of ideas. During the Software & Crafting Open Space, developers had the opportunity to throw their topics to the IT lions within Bringme’s creative arena.

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Blog Stage Bij Bringme Stagiairs

Intern in the heart of Leuven

For 12 weeks Ruben, Sebastien, Viktor and Luïs joined forces with the Bringme team, located in the heart of Leuven. Each of them has his own field of study and background, but all are equally Bringme.

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Blog Standing Desk Vrouw

Standing desks: hip or handy?

Working while standing has been hip for a while now, but does it work? Hype or future? We did the test.

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The streets of Leuven

Livin’ in Leuven

Leuven's hot, there's no need to tell Leuven natives that. But how does the average inhabitant of Antwerp feel? Or someone who lives in Brussels? Or a Dutch person? Although there are some thoroughbred Leuveners in the Bringme ranks, most of us hail from outside of Leuven—or even outside of Belgium. That's why we asked Eva, who moved here from the Netherlands, for her opinion.

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Blog Terugkijken Jo Vandebergh

Looking back on going forward really fast – part 2

In part 1 we read how – through his fascinating journey – Jo Vandebergh got the inspiration of what would later become Bringme’s very foundation. Part 2 takes us 10 years back in time to the early days of what would later become Bringme and provides us with a thrilling glimpse of the vision behind the brand. A must-read for anyone who wants to understand Bringme.

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Blog Terugkijken Autos Jo

Looking back on going forward really fast - part 1

At Bringme, we'd rather look ahead than back, but for once we don't mind making an exception. We talked to our CEO Jo Vandebergh about the kick of complexity and the cocktail of daring and versatility. Part 1 starts at the time when the 18-year-old Jo leaves school to become an entrepreneur and ends with Bringme's very beginning. A life story that reads like a thriller.

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