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Interviewed Companies

Interviewed Companies

Boston Scientific (Ireland)

Boston Scientific is an American company specialising in the medical devices, serving customers worldwide. The 5.700 employees of Boston Scientific in Ireland, based in Clonmel, Cork and Galway, are active in the production of therapies for debilitating illnesses such as chronical pain, Parkinson’s disease, cancers of the digestive system, vascular diseases and heart failure diseases.

Avril (France)

AVRIL is an agro-industrial group of French origin created in 1983 at the initiative of farmers and producers wishing to develop productions of plants rich in oil and in proteins. Present today at the international level, it functions as an organisation with subsidiaries, from grains to different elaborated products and in which each activity creates value for the full value chain. AVRIL’s activity is deployed on 84 industrial sites distributed in 22 countries and 8.000 people working for the group.

Edukacinės Sistemos (Lithuania)

Edukacinės Sistemos (tutoTOONS) is a studio dedicated to the development and publication of creative games for 3 to 12 years children, available on Google Play, App Store and Amazon. These have the vocation to encourage children’s creativity, to stimulate their imagination and to help them discover the world. Launched in 2014 as a small start-up, the company underwent a rapid growth and operates in three countries. It employs approximatively 70 people.

Experience@Work (Belgium)

The Experience@Work programme, conceived by KBC, Proximus, AXA and the consulting firm HazelHeartwood, with the support of SD Worx, started in 2015. Today, no less than 18 large companies are part of its stakeholders – among which IBM, Solvay, the National Bank, Bekaert, bpost, CBC or Sabena Aerospace. The concept is simple: allowing experienced employees (55+) who do not have real career perspective in their companies to put themselves at the service of other organisations (preferably in the not-for-profit sector) that are looking for an experience or for specific skills.

GEMAK Trade (North Macedonia)

Gemak is a leader in the import and distribution market for the past three decades. The company is a strategic partner of some of the most sold global brands of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, tobacco, coffee, food and non-food products. It employs 107 employees, the vast majority of them in selling functions.

Koding Gorska (North Macedonia)

Koding Gorska company was founded in 1987 and first worked as a company in the construction sector. The water bottling division of the company was launched in 2004 and is situated near the sources in the village of Konopishte, in North Macedonia. It is an average company working in the production of water, non-alcoholic and alcoholic drinks (wine and beer).

Intesa San Paolo (Italy)

Intesa Sanpaolo is a leading bank in Italy; the Group it belongs to is also one of the leading banking groups in Europe. It supplies services to around 12 million customers via a network of around 3.800 branches across the country. It also benefits from a strong international presence in Central and Easternn Europe as well as in the Mediterranean area.

Laboratorio Quinton (Spain)

Of French origin, today established in Spain, near Alicante, Laboratorio Quinton is a company with expertise in biotechnology which develops natural products from the sea for health care and well-being. It employs 47 persons.

L’Oréal Libramont (Belgium)

L’Oréal is a French industrial group of cosmetic products. L’Oréal Belgilux was the very first subsidiary of the group, created in 1927. Established in the heart of Belgian Ardennes in 1975, the L’Oréal Libramont factory manufactures hair colorations and capillary products for all of Europe. It employs around 400 persons. In 2009, this factory became the first carbon neutral factory of the group by setting up a biomethane production. A new major stage was reached in 2019, when L’Oréal Libramont became a “dry factory” thanks to the re-use of its wasted waters.

Nextsense (North Macedonia)

Nextsense is a company created in 2001, specialised in digital transformation and offers ICT solutions to a large variety of companies, from start-ups to well established organisations. Its principal area of activity is the development of software products. It employs 90 people.

NFQ Technologies (Lithuania)

Founded in 2002, NFQ Technologies is a company active in numerical innovation. It implements projects in areas such as digital engineering and product development, company digitalisation, Business Intelligence and data science, and also provides IT services and consultancies for companies’ active in different fields. It employs more than 600 persons and is active on three sites (Kaunas, Vilnius, Šiauliai).

Peikko Lietuva (Lithuania)

Peikko Lietuva belongs to the international Peikko group, which provides a wide selection of concrete connections and composite beam for pre-cast and cast-in-place solutions in a wide variety of applications. Peikko Lietuva was founded in 2006 and now employs around 321 skilled workers.

Prayon (Belgium)

With equal shares between the Société Régionale d’Investissement de Wallonie and the groupe OCP, the Prayon group is one of the world leaders in the field of phosphates. It has its main headquarter as well as its main production factory (800 persons) established in Engis, in Belgium. It also has a production site at Puurs (200 persons) in the North of the country, factories in France (150 persons) and in the United States (100 persons), subsidiaries and sales representatives in all parts of the world. The group employs 1.500 people in total.

RTBF (Belgium)

RTBF is an autonomous public company active in television, radio, on the web and social networks in the Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles (francophone part of Belgium). It employs about 1.920 people (of whom 32% are statutory) on 9 sites (of which the most important is the Reyers site in Brussels – 69% of the staff).

SPB Global Corporation (Spain)

SPB Global Corporation offers domestic and industrial cleaning products. It provides for example stainless steel polishers, wiping boards, bleach, degreaser, hand, floor and bathroom cleaners, etc. It employs about 450 people, of whom around forty are active in the R&D center.

SPIE Belgium (Belgium)

Active in multi-techniques services in the field of energy and communications, SPIE group accompanies its clients in the conception, realisation, exploitation and maintenance of energy efficient and environmental friendly facilities. With 16 plants in Belgium and another one in Luxemburg, SPIE Belgium employs around 1.850 workers.

VO Event (Belgium)

VO Event is an event organisation agency, member of the VO group dedicated to communication. It is active in three areas: organisation of professional events; organisation of “incentive”, outdoor and leisure events; and the organisation of events for European institutions. The agency employs around 30 people. 


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