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Woman handing over parcel to receptionist

The reception area can pose a threat to your employees’ privacy

Many companies take measures to protect the data of clients and employees, but the private lives of those same employees are in the balance at the same time. Discover why.

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Az St Dimpna

Special "employee benefit" for staff at Geel's Sint-Dimpna hospital

On the occasion of Hospital Worker Day, the Geel hospital is installing a Bringme Box. "Installing the box is part of the celebration we're planning this year on 15 May. That day, we'd like to thank all our collaborators for their daily efforts," say Nadescha Turlinckx and René Vanheuckelom, who are with the Communication department.

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Bringme Box in trendy setting

Living and working: are you up-to-date?

New ways of living and working have outgrown the concept stage. As in other fields, developments are happening in quick succession. Are you still with it? We keep close track of all construction and real estate trends: here's what's going on!

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Opening hours six times longer

Leuven, city of students. The tens of thousands of members of the KU Leuven (university of Leuven) are welcome at Limel, for all their audiovisual needs. Providing good service to that many people is no mean feat. That’s why Limel called for reinforcement: these days the Bringme Box is standing in as a lending service. That means customers can now pick up equipment and bring it back all throughout the day, while Limel employees' to-do lists have been shortened substantially. And those aren’t even all the advantages.

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Signpost Bringme

La Dolce Vita... in England

What happens when 617 students live together under the same roof in a large London student complex? Well, in addition to Breakfast Clubs, cocktail events and parties being organized, around 1,400 parcels a week are delivered, and that means a Bringme Box comes in right handy. Just have a look at Liberty Plaza's story.

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Buildings in London

At the cradle of Europe's largest innovation hub.

In bustling East London, there's a very special multi-tenant building. Here East's mammoth campus takes up no less than 1.2 million square metres and was built as a media centre for the 2012 Olympics. Meanwhile, the location has been transformed into a breeding ground for innovation and creativity. As "coincidence" would have it, a Bringme Box was recently installed. We paid them a visit.

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