The combination of knowledge and high-tech manufacturing industry, education and career opportunities, means that the Brainport region is the ideal place for international businesses and professionals to set up a business.
During the previous century, Eindhoven, an industrial city at the time, was put on the global map thanks to ground-breaking inventions and unprecedented successes. During the next phase, the city shaped open innovation; a unique way of collaborating, focusing on integrated ideas and operating in ad hoc formations. Open innovation is based on trust, loyalty, motivation and passion.
Participating partners share knowledge based on their competencies, allowing innovation to gain momentum. Thousands of people and hundreds of businesses work together in the fields of research, innovation and business, for instance. Brainport Industries Campus elaborates on this mentality.
The official opening of Brainport Industries Campus by King Willem Alexander in the form of festivities and the official unveiling of the artwork.
The kick-off of the innovation programme ‘Factory of the Future’ took place at the Conference Centre on the high-tech campus in Eindhoven. The innovation programme aims to develop smart innovation and production facilities, using and focusing on the latest technologies and making them accessible to the entire sector.
The first tenants move into the first gas-free campus. They are welcomed by Campus Management.
Start of realising Cluster 1. The construction of Brainport Industries Campus commences.
On 28 September 2016, the Council of State issued a positive opinion about the zoning plan for the construction of Brainport Industries Campus (cluster 1) in the north-west of Eindhoven. For the collaborating parties, the positive opinion is an important milestone in the realisation of this innovative campus. The development is of major strategic importance for the manufacturing industry and very important for employment.