Brussels, Thursday 28 June 2018 – Tribes Inspiring Workplaces officially opened the doors of its fourth location in the European capital at Brussels Airport today. Ambassador of Greenland to the EU, Mr. Minannguaq Kleist opened together with Chief and Founder of Tribes, Eduard Schaepman, the new location inspired by the Inuit, from Greenland, Canada and Alaska.
The new Tribes location in the Passport building offers state-of-the-art offices with panoramic views of the runway. Tribes Brussels Airport covers over 3,700m2, and offers in addition to more than 300 workplaces and 12 meeting rooms, numerous facilities that meet the needs of the modern business professional, such as a bar, ultra-high-speed Internet, a dry-cleaning service, a Tribes service team and many more. The characteristics of the hero-tribe, the Inuit, are reflected everywhere in the interior, including a Tribes table in the shape of an igloo. Mr. Kleist said he was pleased with the choice of Tribes for the Inuit: 'the Inuit culture is displayed very well at Tribes, and it makes us very proud'.
International hot spot
Tribes Brussels Airport is the ultimate place for national and international business nomads to work, meet and network in an inspiring environment. Schaepman is pleased with this unique location: "We are very proud that we have been able to open another office in Brussels, and also on such an international hot spot. At Brussels Airport, thousands of business nomads land and depart every day, going where the business brings them, just like Tribes; we go where the business is'. We know how important it is to be connected and we offer this group of professionals a place to feel at home with this new location.