At the request of the Brussels Regional Informatics Centre (BRIC), the company Public is currently conducting research on the maturity and prospects of GovTech in the Brussels-Capital Region.
In this context, the BRIC and the enterprise Public
, whose mission is precisely to support start-ups wanting to work with the public sector, are analysing the ecosystem of Brussels start-ups. In practical terms, how can start-ups be active in the public sector and bring value to it?
Two separate surveys are being conducted: one focuses on the perspective of Brussels start-ups
, the other on the vision of the Region's civil servants and public representatives regarding the links, whether or not they exist, with start-ups.
For start-ups: https://ub4ybu7oyzm.typeform.com/to/v1MA9TCI
For civil servants/representatives of the Brussels Region: https://ub4ybu7oyzm.typeform.com/to/IMNOKF8X
The responses from both sides are crucial and will provide a nuanced view of how the government can help Brussels start-ups to thrive.
Are you part of a Brussels start-up or a civil servant in the Region? Make your voice heard without delay!