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

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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How a "mobile post office" can ease the pain of roadworks

How a "mobile post office" can ease the pain of roadworks

How can residents still receive parcels and post when their street's broken up for roadworks? It's a very frustrating issue for both retailers and residents. Limburg municipality Overpelt has found a solution to the problem.

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

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 the trends: here's what's going on!

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Five reasons why you should Brexin!

Five reasons why you should Brexin!

The Bringme enchantment is growing in the UK as we expand the team with 7 new employees at our office in Milton Keynes. Coming from a diverse and exciting background, the UK team have hit the ground running and are focused on making Bringme and the Bringme Box a winner in this unique market.

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Leuven vs Cluj

Leuven vs Cluj

Working with one foot in Leuven and the other in Cluj—does that cause a culture clash? There aren't many people who can compare, but our Romanian colleagues are experts on the matter. Every two to three months, they spend a whole week at our headquarters in Leuven; the rest of the time, they work in the Cluj office. With their help, we've made a comparison of these two European cities—most likely the first.

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Construction tailored to millennials

Construction tailored to millennials

The number of young starters in large cities is rising. Project developers are increasingly incorporating the changing needs of this growing group of millennials into their work. In April 2017, construction started on YUST (Young Urban Style), an Antwerp housing project that effortlessly combines sustainability, sharing economy, and neighbourhood integration. In this blog post, you'll read all about how more communal spaces, (electric) car sharing, and a Bringme Box put this vision into practice.

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