Being Chief Editor of Flair, one of the most populair magazines for young adults, Eva shares her insights on the impact of Covid on youngsters and the effect of the lockdown on print media. Also, positive vibes!
A travel blogger who won’t be able to travel for quite some time. Enter: Niel from Tjoolaard. It’s safe to say we’ll be lucky if we can cross the borders of our provinces. So how is a guy that lives to travel and explore cope with that?
Kate Stockman is a trendanalyst and business strategist. Taking a break from traveling the world, Kate reflects about our future reality, suggests eating oysters and download the app “Nothing”, we did… nothing happened.
As a gymnast trainer Tine has travelled all over the world and helped youngster make perfect somersaults and push their boundaries. We asked how she’s coping with the crisis and how she sees the sporting industry evolve.
Let's talk tech! Clo Willaerts always has a Go Bag in her car (really?) and ran a government program 15 years ago to launch e-working. Find out how she sees the industry evolving.
The Swiss Pocketknife of Flemish media usually combines 2 or 3 dayjobs with late night dj sets. Hakim tells us how he's dealing with the criss, all whilst celebrating Ramadan - alone.
Tine reps the Underwear lingeriestore in Rue Dansaert and shares how, due to the crisis, they took their shopping experience to the next level. Yes, it involves pics of them in their underwear!
Let's give it up for our interns! We were wondering how people who are just about to start their professional trajectory are coping with the lockdown. Enter: les stagiaires!
Self proclaimed voyeur/photographer, Jef Boes, introduced FaceTime Portraits long before the Covid crisis. He shares his hopes for more creative and fairer photography in the future.
As one of the most promising artists of 2020, Charlotte Adigéry talks to us how she's handling her time off. It involves: talking to plants, a missing Instagram app, cats and zen-energy.
Being the co-founder of Volta - a great concert venue and music hub in Brussels - Arne knows a thing or two about the impact of the crisis on the cultural sector. He shares his findings and the need for solidarity in these times.
A journalist, curator and communication expert – Dieter is everything-design – except for being a designer himself. We asked him to imagine what our post-Covid19-world will look like and what role design will take in this new era.
Eva is the founder of Evin, a cosy and accessible wine bar in the city center of Ghent. Her remarkable adaption as a response to the Corona crisis got our attention: quality wine, delivered to your doorstep, by bike. Yas.
As the the Communication Officer for Ancienne Belgique, Max shines a light on how one of the most iconic venues of Belgium is coping with the crisis and reveals why he's a bit sceptic on relying on online platforms.
A funny lady who has her finger on the pulse of pop culture and general randomness. We wondered how she is handling the corona crisis and if she sees new opportunities for her business, her webshop KOAREN.
A solid reference that can tell us more on how things are going in catering and events is Sebastiaan Tips, co-owner of Coeur Catering. We thought it would be interesting to pick his brain on a couple of subjects.
This guy hardly needs any introduction in Brussels. We thought he might clear up a thing or two on how it’s like for DJs and people in the music industry during these strange times.