Beginning Tuesday, 13 November 2018 08:00
End Tuesday, 13 November 2018 09:30
Location Rue de l'Amigo 1-3, 1000, Brussels, Belgium
Event fees British Chamber members: €60.00 (incl. VAT)
Non-members: €70.00 (incl. VAT)

Our next breakfast briefing is open to members and non-members of the chamber from both Belgium and the UK and will be a chance to hear about the opportunities for business that will result from Wallonia’s Marshall Plan 4.0 which will provide major opportunities to supply goods and services and investment into the region for SMEs and large companies alike.

To boost the competitiveness of the Walloon Region in sectors where it already had potential, the Walloon government injected a total € 4.57 billion through the adoption of the first Marshall Plan in 2005 and the Marshall Plan in 2009.
Another € 2.9 billion will be injected with the Marshall Plan 4.0. which is based on 5 pillars: human capital, industrial development, transport infrastructure, renewable energy and circular economy, and innovation. 

Minister Borsus will present and discuss the new investment plan adopted by the Walloon government providing over 31 projects that business can benefit from being a part of.
Wallonia describes itself as a region in the heart of Europe, giving access to 500 million consumers and with major incentives for businesses to set up and invest in the region, grow their business and thrive.

You can find comprehensive information about investing or starting up a business in Wallonia on the website

Why should you attend our next Ambassador Hosts event?
  • Gain insights
  • Grasp opportunities
  • Share your experience and expertise and drive the agenda of your chamber
  • Gain access to government representatives
  • Network with peers and exchange ideas

We take this opportunity to thank our programme sponsor Novartis. About Novartis


Minister-President of Walloon Government | Gouvernement wallon

Born in Pessoux in 1962, Willy Borsus graduated from the IESN (Namur) in legal sciences. He started his political carreer in 1989 as Municipal councillor in Somme-Leuze and six years later he became the Mayor of the province. Between 2001 and 2004 he joins the office of Mr Michel Foret, Walloon Minister for Town and Country Planning, Urban Development and the Environment, as an advisor. In parallel and for about 10 years Mr Borsus was very active on the Provincial level in Namur. He was also an active member of the Sustainable Development Committee and subsequently of the Governance Committee of the Congress of Local and Regional Authorities of the Council of Europe. He then decided to focus his political career in the Walloon parliament and the Wallonie-Bruxelles Federation, first as MP and then as President of the MR-federation.

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