Street workouts and starting a business ... listen back to this week's reports from our English-language magazine show
Starting a business in Belgium
There was a record number of start-ups in Belgium last year (more than 80,000) - and the idea of being your own boss is appealing to expats as well as Belgians. But it can be confusing and complicated. We attended a seminar this week and spoke to experts about setting up a business, and to some people who've already done it or are about to take the plunge.
Charles Riva: Seven years in Brussels
French-Italian expat Charles Riva divides his time between New York and Brussels. He's celebrating his seventh anniversary as an art collector in Brussels with two shows. "Un Voyage en Mer" combines American artists with Belgian artists all on a maritime theme. "Human Figure" celebrates contemporary European and American sculpture.
Street workouts: Wolf's Bar
Opening this weekend, Brussels has its first "street workout" space in Maximilian Park. We meet the very international street workout club Wolf's Bar - who managed to persuade Pascal Smet that it was a good idea. Until now, the club have been practising in some unusual locations. We spoke to them, hanging off of a scaffolding, on Dansaert at midnight.
Flanders Today weekly round-up
Flanders' first climate summit and the VUB's new football business institute - we catch up with the latest news from Flanders and Brussels with Lisa Bradshaw, editor-in-chief of Flanders Today.
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