The construction industry, including building materials and furnishings, may be more appealing to young graduates than expected. This sector is now facing plenty of new challenges; for example the integration of digital tools, or research and development of new products.
Head of the Legal Department at Voyages SNCF within the SNCF MOBILITÉS Group in charge of the TGV (high-speed train) offer, she occupies the same position in the SNCF Voyages Développement (SVD) holding that manages the Group’s shares in subsidiaries such as Eurostar, Thalys, Voyages-sncf.com, iDTGV…
Ipsen est un groupe pharmaceutique international qui commercialise plus de 20 médicaments et rassemble près de 4 500 collaborateurs dans le monde. Sa stratégie de développement repose sur une complémentarité entre les activités dans les domaines thérapeutiques qu’il cible (oncologie, endocrinologie, et neurologie) et les produits de médecine générale. Ipsen s’est donné pour ambition de doubler son chiffre d’affaires et de tripler son résultat d’exploitation à l’horizon 2020.
Fully operational since January 2015, the new industrial railway services center of Rennes (in Brittany, western France), specialized in brake system maintenance and repair, is the fruit of four years of work and ambition driven by Jean-Paul Gomaris and his teams. The complex project, conducted under both industrial and quality of working conditions, is above all a collective achievement.
Saskia Van Uffelen is a selfmade woman. 25 years ago, she started her career serving coffee in a young IT start-up. Now CEO of Ericsson Belux, one of Belgium’s leading mobile network suppliers, she looks back on her career as a woman in the ICT sector and shares her vision of the digital revolution underway.
After almost 40 years in the company, Pierre Doumont is well placed to know what today are an engineer's key qualities, and the challenges that await him in the future.
Owned by the Belgian government since 2011, the banking & insurance firm Belfius now has the wind in its sails. In 2015, a historic page was turned with the announcement of a significant profit, one year ahead of its “2016 relaunch plan”, along with a dividend for its shareholders, a level of solvency and liquidity in line with ECB requirements, good control of the high-risk assets inherited from the Dexia era, and capitalization that exceeds 7 billions euros.
With a presence in 120 countries and more than 100 nationalities represented, JTI (Japan Tobacco International) is the ideal workplace for those looking for an international career. Awarded employer of the year in France, as well as globally, on more than one occasion, the 3rd largest cigarette company in the world spares no effort when it comes to its employees.
Above all, a good engineer needs social skills.
Apart from their knowledge, engineers need to develop the social skills which are essential to modern businesses. Philippe Maillard, himself graduated as an engineer, shares some advice and experiences in this regard.
The day after COP21 the transition to green energy accelerated. If you are going to have green energy you are also going to have decentralised production surpluses and deficits, and this will need to be transmitted and optimised. On the ground the network managers, like Elia in Belgium, and especially their engineers, have a key role to play.
Tractebel - ENGIE Group is a global engineering consultancy company with more than 150 years of expertise in energy, water and infrastructure projects. Tractebel’s services cover the whole lifecycle of these projects, from feasibility studies to decommissioning. Our unique solutions bring added value to clients in public as well as private markets all over the globe. Headquartered in Brussels (Belgium), and with offices in more than thirty countries and projects in over 140, Tractebel undeniably is a top-level partner for every single one of its clients.
According to Bouygues Immobilier, the real estate development business will radically change in upcoming years. Eco-responsibility, integrated neighbourhoods, modular and digital integration are the main factors that will bring a radical change in thinking, work methods and career progression.
Participate and represent your school at this round table at the Solvay office in Brussels. (Travel costs assumed by the company)
You will have the opportunity to ask your questions to An NUYTTENS, President GBU Solvay Silica.
Chemistry helps respond to the sustainability challenges our world is facing.
Demographic shifts, evolving consumer behavior, faster innovation, and resource scarcity are redefining the way we live.
Solvay is helping its customers turn these challenges into market opportunities thanks to innovative solutions.
Making the choice to start a career in the pharmaceutical industry is to choose to have an impact on society. The pharmaceutical industry's mission is to create more value for people living with severe diseases. Therefore the sector needs to be more committed to patients and better understand their clinical, economic, social and personal needs. For physicians and researchers, choosing to work for the pharmaceutical industry opens the way to an experience in a business environment that offers many different career opportunities.
Win a trip to to meet with its counterparts of subsidiary <strong 13px;"="">Altice USA
Challenge's theme: Building innovation
"What are the two strong axes that should guide innovation to perpetuate the positioning of the group?"
Answer this questions and meet Max ROCHE, Deputy CEO, in Charge of Concessions.
EIFFAGE Values :
Since the mid-19th century when the Eiffage story began, the Group’s growth and reputation have been build on a set of values and on commitments made to its employees and clients. The Group has always seen itself as a stakeholder in the development of the society in which it worked. To achieve this, it gives its full backing to initiatives designed to foster social advancement, equal opportunities and the vocational integration of people in difficult circumstances.
It’s just a question of responsibility.
Carlson Wagonlit Travel (CWT) is a global leader specializing in business travel management. CWT is dedicated to helping companies of all sizes, as well as government institutions and non-governmental organizations, streamline their travel programs and provide best-in-class service and assistance to travelers.
By making use of the talents and know-how of its people around the world and providing leading-edge technology and innovative solutions, CWT enables clients across the globe to drive savings while delivering service and enhancing security and sustainability.
Brigitte NISIO joined Carlson Wagonlit Travel 10 years ago, and has held the position of Vice President in charge of global and multinational clients Europe.
Prior to joining CWT, she worked for more than 10 years at American Express Corporate Card with international clients and previously with Dun & Bradstreet.
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