FEDRA together with its partners, @Vitam and VoxTeneo, organised an interactive breakfast session in order to publicly launch NeoConnect. This is a digital platform specifically designed to interconnect users within a community and expand their network. The “Open Talks” event consisted of two parts: an informative one, and the Q&A session which followed. During the first, the participants were introduced to the technical structure of NeoConnect, and to its functionalities by 2 experts: Frédérick Graulich, entrepreneur and expert in experiential marketing for long term and positive development and chairman of the @Vitam board, and François Dupont, civil engineer with a master’s degree in financial management, and founder of VoxTeneo. The guests also learned about the concrete use of the NeoConnect platform into the field of sustainability. The NeoConnect technology already supports the activity of 4 partners active in the fields of sustainability and regional growth. Currently it is being used in creating a platform for local and regional beer producers and distributors, and a project dedicated to academic institutions. The objective of NEOCONNECT is to attract other participants to the group of online users and to digitalise more and more sectors of activity in Europe.
Considering the interest shown by the participants in the event, and to reach a wider audience, further “Open Talks” sessions will be organised in Brussels.
The Federation of Regional Growth Actors in Europe (FEDRA) is a non-profit Brussels-based regional and EU Affairs expertise hub aiming at promoting European regional assets, boosting its members’ economic growth.
@vitam.org is an independent, non-profit foundation recognized of public utility and established in 2013 in Brussels under Belgian law.
About Vox Teneo
Vox Teneo is a web application developer, and customer centred company based in Brussels, focused on creating personalised products suiting each client’s needs. Active since 2002 in the private and public sector, Vox Teneo has now more than 120 collaborators in Eastern Europe, Western Europe and Asia.
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