Who do you want to become? What are your strengths vs. weaknesses? What are your options when you graduate from high school? These are just a few of the many chal…Read more +
The internet wasn’t initially made for children, but every second 2 children discover the web for the very first time without limitations.
Case: The future of living
The future of living has many faces. And though not all faces are yet revealed, we strongly believe in residential concepts with an intense focus on hospitality, and intelligent design.
Case: Youth and professional orientation
Who do you want to become? What are your strengths vs. weaknesses? What are your options when you graduate from high school? These are just a few of the many challenging life questions for Gen Z. The abundance of choice, and information spread on the internet doesn’t make it easier for them to get some answers. We’re happy to help get the right information to the right crowd.
Our screens enrich our lives in many ways. But do people use their screens always as consciously? Telenet launched last October #TelenetGO to make sure that you get the best out of your screens.
Trend Research Muslimahs for Devan
Devan wanted insights into a big target group, Muslimah youngsters.
Trend Research ultra endurance sports for Devan
Devan wanted insights into some new possible target groups. Because of the increasing popularity of ultra-endurance sports, we researched two cultures.
In 10 years, we will be living in the year 2030. Tom Palmaerts investigates which social phenomena will be important then.
Lecture: Generation Alpha is coming
Today's and tomorrow's kids swipe before they draw. Say hi to Generation Alpha. They're the first ones born and raised with an iPad in their hands. In 'Generation Alpha in beta,' Maarten Leyts describes the generation kids born after 2010, the fast-changing context in which they grew up and the sensitive marketing and advertising landscape towards toddlers and children.
Westtoer has been working on a strategy for innovation to increase the profitability of tourism entrepreneurs on the Belgian coast. This strategy is called PROFIT (PROfessional Framework for Innovation in Tourism).