On 25 June Sirris expert Omar Mohout and Dado Van Peteghem present their book 'Corporate Venturing', about how to accelerate growth through cooperation with start-ups.

How do you become a scale-up? Many start-ups ask this same question. That is why Scaleup.vlaanderen wants to gather testimonies from start-ups currently looking to scale up. Their story can inspire you to write your own story. Yesplan is the first one to take the stage.

Sirris is active in the development of new products for companies and startups.

Only the future will be able to tell whether the years 2010-2016 will go down in history as the digital equivalent of the punk era. The Sturm und Drang which characterised the punk period in the 1970s eventually came to an end at the close of that decade.

Large businesses have the resources, start-ups the innovations: so how can they work together to bring about growth? This will be the key question at the third Scale-up Corporate Venturing meet-up, organised by Sirris and Agoria on 26 April. Why not come along and hear what various inspirational speakers from corporates and start-ups have to say on the subject?

3D printing

Are you itching to do something with 3D printing and looking for ideas or partners? Do you want to implement a new business idea and are you wondering how your product can be manufactured? Sirris recently launched a service aimed at start-ups wanting success with these innovative technologies.

From start-ups to major groups, over 4,000 exhibitors are defining the future at the CES - Consumer Electronics Show.

The WebTomorrow 2016 event will take place in Ghent on Thursday 16 June. Sirris will be present as a partner to show the way from start-up to scale-up.

Sirris supports the government project to promote Flemish entrepreneurship. Our focus: innovative digital players who want to expand quickly.

In the US a handful of former PayPal employees are behind the start of a number of large technology companies. Is our Belgian start-up ecosystem also concentrated around a number of key figures? Sirris went to find out.Looking like a bunch of gangsters, they appeared in Fortune Magazine in the US in 2007: ex-PayPal employees who, following the sale of the software company, put their weight behind technology stars such as YouTube, Yelp, LinkedIn, Yammer, SpaceX and Tesla Motors. They have been known as the ‘PayPal mafia’ ever since.Our country also has a blossoming start-up scene with a