AWEX is the economic development agency in-charge of promoting foreign trade and attracting foreign investment in Wallonia. The agency has a worldwide network of 105 Trade and Investment counsellors, including 2 in India.
With a population of about 3.5 million inhabitants, Wallonia, the Southern, French-speaking half of Belgium, truly is the heart of Europe, at the crossroads of the most advanced region of Western Europe. Wallonia built up its wealth around once thriving coal mining, steel, glass and textile production industries. But the Region’s industrial base was beaten down hard by forces of globalisation and the Region has had to re-invent its future. The response lied in a handful of very powerful words: innovation, creativity, hard work, confidence, optimism, dynamism, openness...
Modern Wallonia has turned into a land of innovation and competitiveness where men and women can develop their abilities, deploy their skills and flourish professionally, without departing itself from its tradition of a land of warmth, friendliness, culture and traditions, a land which welcomes you with open arms.
AWEX held a roadshow in Ludhiana from 4 to 6 May 2015. Mr. Christophe Van Overstraeten, First Secretary Trade and Investment, visited Ludhiana during this period and met several companies. Purpose...More..
A new call has been launched in February 2015 (cut-off dates: April 30, June 30, September 30 and November 30 2015). To promote the mobility of researchers towards Belgium, two funding...More..
The 4th edition of the “WalloniaTech India" programme” is now underway. Deadline for submission of applications is 15 April 2015. The goal of the innovative WalloniaTECH programme is...More..
AWEX Delhi is planning to participate in the Smart Cities 2015 (http://www.smartcitiesindia.com) exhibition and fair to be held at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi from 20 to 22 May 2015....More..
Real size re-enactement of the battle Considered one of the most important battles of modern times, the Battle of Waterloo marked the end of 20 years of interminable wars in Europe. To...More..
In 2015, the city of Mons in Wallonia, Belgium is one among the two cities to have been selected as European Capitals of Culture. "European Capital of Culture" is a city...More..