Creating value together
Brabant is a hub for technological innovation – a place where ground-breaking technologies are developed and produced. The region is also renowned for its entrepreneurship, which drives change in areas such as sustainable food, a healthier future, climate-neutral energy solutions, and promising key technologies. These four challenges are the focus of our organization, the Brabant Development Agency (BOM), as we harness the power of the Brabant region to make a difference.
The Brabant Development Agency (BOM) is committed to driving impact and creating a sustainable future for the region. Our organization is anchored at strategic, tactical, and operational levels with active stakeholder involvement.
Our biggest contribution to ESG goals is through our services to companies, with a focus on climate-neutral energy solutions, sustainable food systems, healthy aging, and promising key technologies. Through our expertise in foreign investment, development, and funding, we aim to strengthen local ecosystems and help companies become more sustainable.
At BOM, we believe that collaboration is key to driving change. We partner with companies, entrepreneurs, and organizations in the region to develop innovative solutions to complex challenges. By working together, we can create a better future for Brabant and beyond.
Tackling challenges through collaboration
We have the power to drive change and build a better future for future generations. We encourage you to join us in creating a more sustainable future for Brabant by participating and collaborating with us. Together, we can make a difference and create a positive impact on our region and beyond.
Bright Innovation Tour
Organizing missions abroad
Soft Landing Programs
Introduction to Talent initiatives
Establish or collaborate with our innovative campuses
A rich legacy of excellence in innovation
Brabant is a region with a rich legacy of excellence in innovation. This focus on innovation is rooted in the very soil of Brabant, where, centuries ago, the first farmers worked together to find ways to make the infertile delta sand and silt suitable for agriculture.