Partly as a result of his efforts, Cees has seen the High Tech Campus grow from a Philips R&D environment to today's technologically inspiring, open campus with over 200 companies. As Business Development Director and member of the Management Team, he helps to determine the course to be followed.
VanRoey.be Vision Event
Housing over 200 high-tech companies and more than 50,000 employees, the High Tech Campus in Eindhoven is buzzing with innovation, working on the solutions and products of tomorrow. Philips, ASML, NXP, Shimano and TomTom, among others, were born here.
Don't miss this unique opportunity to discover the smartest km² of Europe! The available seats are limited, so sign up quickly.
What makes the High Tech Campus in Eindhoven so unique?
It's one of the the most important High Tech Hubs worldwide;
The region has the highest patent density in the world;
Work is being carried out in a open innovation community;
The renowned magazine Fortune called it ‘The next Silicon Valley‘.
In short: a breeding ground for innovation in the field of Industry, Health, Energy, Smart Environments and so much more… The Vision Event offers you a unique opportunity to soak up the atmosphere of this campus and return home full of inspiration.
PART 1: Visit High Tech Campus (FULL)
|13u00||Reception with coffee
Conference Center – High Tech Campus 1B
|13u30||Introduction and distribution of groups
Auditorium Conference Center
|13u45||Start Visit High Tech Campus
with inspiring stories of:
|16u45||End of visit High Tech Campus
PART 2: Evening programme (FULL)
(in Conference Center – High Tech Campus 1B)
with walking dinner
|19u00||Welcome & introduction
by Pat Van Roey, General Manager at VanRoey.be
|19u30||High Tech Campus Eindhoven: the story behind the smartest km²
by Cees Admiraal, Business Development Director at High Tech Campus Eindhoven
|19u45||Project of the Year Awards
Presentation and announcement of the winners
|20u45||Keynote ‘The Six Batteries of Change’
By Peter De Prins, Professor of Management Practice at Vlerick Business School
|21u30||Closing network moment
with snack, drink & 3D Food Printer
- Organisations that see opportunities in innovation and new technologies
- Organisations that believe in collaboration and cross-fertilisation
- Decision-makers who want to be inspired
Attendees receive the book: “The Six Batteries of Change” for free
Written by Peter De Prins, Professor of Management Practice at Vlerick Business School