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Bringme Box protects privacy, anticipating GDPR

We're shopping online en masse. All of those parcels end up at our neighbours' houses or are left unguarded at company reception desks. In 2005, this issue inspired CEO Jo Vandebergh to introduce an intelligent home-delivery locker. Today, that home-delivery locker has been replaced by the Bringme Box, a smart in-house post office that lets users receive online orders, return bad buys, and send letters or parcels. You can find the Bringme Boxes all over Europe. They're not only a response to the parcel problem, but also to the GDPR's privacy guidelines.

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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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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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Yust

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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Leo Van Broeck

How future-proof is Bringme?

Our way of living has changed drastically over the last 20 years, and to ensure sustainability and relieve pressure on mobility, we’ll have to do a lot of things differently. We spoke to Flemish Government Architect Leo Van Broeck about the most trailblazing developments of today and tomorrow, and the role that organisations such as Bringme play in living 2.0.

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Five ways to improve office ergonomics

A healthy lifestyle doesn't stop when you leave the house. Also – and especially – at work it should be high up on your to-do list. Time and time again, research has shown that good posture at the office is at least as important as daily exercise. We're listing off a few practical solutions.

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