On Thursday 29 April 2021, the Faculty of Business and Economics hosted its first ever online edition of the Business Update session ‘Why sustainability is inevitable?’. The general consensus of the evening was not that we should ask ourselves if and why sustainability is inevitable, but that it simply already is! Stakeholder expectations are high, and sustainability is key for all businesses to create added-value and to ensure long-term success.
Om studenten met bovengemiddelde academische resultaten extra uit te dagen, organiseert de Faculteit Bedrijfswetenschappen en Economie elk …
On the third day of the I-week on Sustainability, students got the opportunity to attend a keynote session from Philippe Weiler, Head of Sustainability at LIDL. Based on his extensive experience he provided answers to several questions regarding sustainability as a discount retailer.
For the 8th time in a row, the Faculty of Business and Economics organised its I-week on Sustainability for business economics students. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this year’s edition will take place online. But as a famous soccer player once said, each advantage has its disadvantage…
What do Jan, Sören and Lien have in common? All three are alumni Business Engineering: Management Information Systems at the University of Antwerp. All three work at The Master Labs. But they have very different jobs.
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed daily routines drastically. It is interesting to see that business practices and, even more specifically, marketing practices have changed and are changing. In this post we would like to give a helicopter view of how COVID-19 seems to change marketing across all of its levels.