DSP Valley is one of FIT’s strategic partners again

Dieter Therssen at the Flemish Government Errerahuis alongside Jan Jambon and Claire Tillekaerts

We’re thrilled! In November, we officially renewed our structural partnership with Flanders Investment & Trade (FIT)

#FlandersAccelerates: with this strategy FIT brings Flanders’ economy to new international heights. To make it happen, the government agency is uniting a new team of 21 structural partners. And we’re proud to be part of it!

As a structural partner of FIT for the next 5 years (2022-2026), we’ll help drive Flanders’ economy forward. On November 25th, our CEO Dieter Therssen signed the partnership agreement in the presence of Flanders’ Minister-President Jan Jambon and FIT CEO Claire Tillekaerts.

Proud and excited to partner up with FIT and the rest of the motivated partners on the team!

Discover how these partnerships contribute to more internationalization, growth, jobs and prosperity: https://hubs.li/H0_VmxM0.
Check it out in Dutch here: https://hubs.li/H0_VpR40

We’re in good company alongside:
AgoriaBelgian-Chinese Chamber of Commerce – BCECCBelgian Vietnamese Alliance – Chamber of Commerce & Industry BE-LU-VN, BICCI, Blauwe Cluster (Blue Cluster) vzwessensciaFedustriaFevia Vlaanderenflanders.healthTechflanders.bioFlemish Games Associationflux50MedTech FlandersStrategic Initiative Materials (SIM)The Beacon | Innovation Community UNIZO-INTERNATIONAAL – UNIZO-INTERNATIONALVKW LimburgFlanders-China Chamber of Commerce (FCCC)VIL, & Voka-Vlaams netwerk van ondernemingen

Silicon Europe Alliance Statement Regarding European Chips Act

EU Chips Act and Silicon Europe Alliance Member logos

Today, 8 Feb 2022, the European Commission unveiled EU Chips Act, a package of proposals, initiatives, and regulations for the semiconductor industry across the member states. As President von der Leyen pointed out when she announced the ambition to craft a European “chips” strategy, “There is no digital without chips. … [W]e need to radically raise Europe’s game on the development, production and use of this key technology.”

The Silicon Europe Alliance strongly supports this initiative. It is vital that Europe support its semiconductor industry and strengthens its resilience. The entire value chain, from chip design and manufacture to end-users must be fostered within Europe. As an alliance that represents clusters whose focus is Europe’s active small and medium enterprise (SME) community, Silicon Europe hopes to see further development of mechanisms, strategies, and (reworked) regulations specifically helpful to these companies. Connecting these energetic and agile businesses – an integral part of the European economy – with the semiconductor business value chain at the ground level is indispensable.

Equally, we find it vital to any European chips actions to create durable and healthy relationships between manufacturers and end-users. Cultivating strong ties between those who manufacture chips and those who use them is the only way to ensure a more efficient semiconductor industry in Europe.

As a member of the Silicon Europe Alliance, we at DSP Valley are happy to share this message, and to continue to build a strong ecosystem among Europe’s leading digital technology clusters. The time is now to build on our foundation to help create a future-proof Europe!

You can click here to read the EU Commission’s press release and the accompanying texts.