Today, secondment and consultancy firm Procureon announces that it chooses BIC.
“It’s not just that we will be between contacts like KMWE and Anteryon,” Werneke continues, “but it’s all about the experience and activity on campus. This really suits us on all sides.” Procureon provides knowledge and capacity when it comes to supply chain and procurement management for the manufacturing industry. “For example, we also offer traineeships for college and university graduates. We expect to cross-fertilise a lot with the technical training programmes of Summa College on the same campus. At the same time, we want to use our knowledge and skills to contribute to the success of BIC.”
Procureon rents 200 square metres of office space in the Atrium. The entire company will move from the Furkapas in Eindhoven to BIC around 1 January 2019. It will also be the operating base for the approximately 35 employees seconded to various clients. In addition, Procureon regularly organises events that can be held in the Atrium.
“The arrival of Procureon means another strengthening of the concept of BIC as a hotspot for the high-tech manufacturing industry,” says Ferdinand Gremmen, Director of Royal VolkerWessels company SDK Vastgoed, which is carrying out the development of the first cluster of the Brainport Industries Campus. “We are very pleased to welcome them as a tenant and partner in the community.”
The Brainport Industries Campus is located near Eindhoven Airport, the A2/N2 and the Beatrixkanaal. The total surface area is 200 hectares, and there are five large industrial buildings build on a third of it. Each building has shared facilities and can be adapted to the changing requirements of users. As a result, boundaries between companies are disappearing, making new models of cooperation possible. The ambition is to turn the campus into an international showcase that reinforces the strength of the supply chain in the region.