Science14 boasts a unique ambience: it is a vast, architect-designed, full height glass roof space extending over the 6 floors of the building, enhanced by a bright central hall named “Atrium” and an authentic indoor vertical garden. The Atrium area is used for informal meetings by visitors and clients during the day and as an event venue during the evenings. It is also the networking point for all meetings held in Science14.
Science14 lines up a series of friendly spaces where you can work, meet and network! From modular and turn-key workspaces for professionals who need to open an office, register an address or work on a flexible basis, meet associates or clients, to meeting conference and event venue facilities where seminars, trainings, presentations, cocktails and receptions are held. The building brings with it an access to a community where you can find partners, grow your business, develop a start-up, and expand your network.
At Science14 relationship matters. The building, home for more than 100 organizations among which EU professionals, associations, NGOs, start-ups, SMEs, public and private enterprises, is a social, flexible and professional environment. We value and faciliate the dialogue, exchange and interaction between individuals and organizations through initiatives promoting cluster-based activities, cross-clustering actions, entrepreneurship. We are also involved in mentoring start-ups and supporting SMEs with the development of business cases and ideas.
Science14 is the prime location in Brussels for EU professionals, innovation, enterpreneurship and EU project dissemination. Given its central location, the center hosts more than 600 meetings per year, welcoming around 12.000 visitors participating in seminars, training courses, EU conferences, roundtables, exhibitions, luncheons and cocktails. It is also the meeting place for EU innovation and energy leaders, EU project experts like European Young Innovators Forum (EYIF), European Center for International Political Economy (ECIPE), 3M, European Project Association (EPA), European Academy for Education and Social Research, and a side-event location for EU topics, discussions and best practices.