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The Crossroads of Europe

While Brussels is well known for being the political heart of Europe, it is also home to a thriving tech sector. Plans to employ 22,000 new technology experts by 2024 are already underway as the industry already employs over 312,000 people.

One of the biggest issues facing Belgium’s tech hub is filling vacancies, with the number of open jobs remaining above 12,000 for three years. This means tech experts looking for the next step in their career can find fantastic opportunities and call Belgium’s capital home.

The official language is French and Dutch

Brussels is a bilingual city, but French is the more prominent language

The currency is the Euro or EUR

As of mid-2020 €1 would get you $1.18 US Dollars

Over 2.1 million people call Brussels home

The city has grown from a recent surge in population

The average price of a takeaway coffee is €3.14

The city is home to many historic cafes

MA In Brussels

Brussels is one of our most recent markets in Europe, with a vision to build an extensive talent network of all types of tech professionals across the Benelux region. 

Yet, even though we may not have the number of years behind us compared to some of our other markets in Europe, our dedicated Benelux team has already seen exponential growth thanks to their hard work and dedication to building their market know-how.

Across Belgium, our team have made several notable partnerships already and are now partnering with the top 10 best brands in the country.

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Meet the Brussels team
John Smith

Whether you’re a candidate searching for the next step in your career, or a client in need of the best talent, we’re here to help. We have offices across Europe, so our consultants have the local knowledge required to guide you in the right direction.

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