Entrepreneurial passion in a digitalised Belgium
Minister Annelies Verlinden will draw parallels from her current position as Minister of Home Affairs, Institutional Reform and Democratic Renewal and her experience as co-managing partner in an international law firm. She will focus on young start-ups. How to survive in a highly competitive and complex environment, and how to be successful? In Belgium we are dealing with similar challenges, for example with our operational police work. How can we make a big leap into the 21st century? We aim to embrace technological innovations in the security and police landscape, and in order to so, we must create a guiding framework in which proportionality, legitimacy and credibility are key.
Annelies Verlinden, Minister of Home Affairs, Institutional Reform and Democratic Renewal
Annelies Verlinden graduated from the KUL in 2001 as a Master in Law, after which she also obtained a degree in European Law from the Université Catholique de Louvain. After her studies, she joined the law firm DLA Piper(Belgium) as Partner Public & Administrative Law where she got promoted to Co-Country Managing Partner. In 2020, she was appointed Minister of Interior, Institutional Reform and Democratic Renewal.
Students Business School Thomas More: via semestrial contribution 45€
Other students: €15
Thomas More Alumni: 20€
Date & starting hour | 29 November 2021, start seminar 18:30 (welcome from 18:00) - expected end hour 19:30
Language | English
Location | online | Teamslink
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