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Thursday, April 27th, 2017 – Tribes Inspiring Workplaces opens a second Belgian location at Brussels Airport. The new Tribes location in the Passport building that is currently being realized – offers from 2018 ultramodern offices with panoramic views of the runway. Tribes Brussels Airport covers over 3.700 m2 and will provide numerous of facilities to meet the needs of the modern business professional. 
International hotspot
The second Belgian location of Tribes opens its doors in 2018. It will be the ultimate place for national and international business nomads to work, gather and network in an inspiring environment. The Tribes concept is based on the traditional nomadic tribes. Chief and Founder of Tribes, Eduard Schaepman is pleased with this unique location: “We are very proud to open another location in Brussels, and also on such an international hot spot. At Brussels Airport, thousands of business nomands are arriving and departing every day, who go where the business brings them, just like Tribes: ‘we go where the business is’.  We know how important it is to be connected nowadays, with this new location we offer this group of professionals a place to feel at home.
Roll-out in Belgium
In December 2015, the first Belgian location of Tribes was opened on Avenue Louise in Brussels, this location is inspired by the Sami from Scandinavia. The second Brussels location is a direct response to the great demand of the Tribes concept in Belgium. Schaepman and his team are unstoppable and announced already four locations this year. In addition, they will announce another six locations before the summer. Tribes was founded in February 2015 by Eduard Schaepman, who earned his trades in the real estate sector among others Regus and Chalet Group. In a short period since the launch of the new, suprising mobile office concept, ten Dutch locations have been opened in Eindhoven, Rotterdam, Capelle aan den Ijssel, The Hague, Utrecht (2) and Amsterdam (4).