G-STIC 2018 Industry Night

November 29, 2018

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The SDGs as a business opportunity

G-STIC aims to catalyse a new sustainable development paradigm: working across sectors and industries, and thinking outside the (policy) box. A bold approach using innovative technological solutions is vital to overhaul production and consumption processes and to open doors to new development and growth opportunities. Innovative technological solutions can be good for the economy, the planet and the people, potentially raising overall human well-being.

In particular, a transition to a new industry framework based on a circular economy approach and enabled by smart manufacturing and ICT technologies is vital to realise maximum resource productivity. During the Industry Night presentations, this will be further explored in detail. Presentations will focus on 

  • the opportunities for new sustainable materials, 
  • how technological innovation presents opportunities to turn CO2 from a nuisance into a resource.

Providing ample networking opportunities

The G-STIC 2018 Industry Night is the perfect place to meet and interact with influential individuals, policy makers, investors, business and industry captains, and provides ample networking opportunities during the walking dinner that is organized in the G-STIC Main Networking Area.

A live performance by Scala & Kolacny Brothers

(photograph by Gert Daemen)

During the Industry Night, the indie-rock choir Scala (directed by the Kolacny brothers) will give a memorable performance.

Scala's music has mesmerized both the chorale and rock worlds. They perform many original songs but due to their peculiar and sometimes intimate covers of famous rock, metal songs, and even dance music, their recognition has grown. 

Scala’s music is known worldwide from stealing the scene in the trailer of the Oscar-nominated Hollywood film; ‘The Social Network’ or later in the famous documentary about Kurt Cobain; ‘Montage of Heck’.
Scala’s music has also been used in episodes of several popular TV series such as; ‘Downton Abbey’, ‘Homeland’ and ‘The Simpsons’.

A programme not to be missed


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