Due to the many Belgian start-ups that have stood out in their response to the COVID-19 crisis, Belgium is the leading European country in terms of in
Queen Mathilde is now part of a group of fifteen eminent personalities who have been selected by the UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon.
Antwerp has won the prestigious Global Startup Nations Award for its start-up policy.
Leading American newspaper, the New York Times has recently cited Brussels as one of the most exciting creative locations of the moment.
Last year, the EU Member States have spent almost 283 billion euro on Research and Development (R&D), translating to 2.03% of the gross domestic product (GDP).
The Belgians have taken the top spot in the Global Workforce Happiness Index, which indicates the happiest employees in the world.