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Meet the previous winners in our Hall of Fame

Since 2013, the Foreign Investment Trophy stage has welcomed nominees and winners from all around the globe. What they have in common? They’re all fans of Flanders’ top-notch business and R&D environment, while showcasing unrelenting dedication to investing in their activities in the region. Dive into their fascinating stories!
Check out all winners and nominees
Nike
2014 Winner

Nike

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Foreign Investment of the Year Trophy

The American multinational invested in an industrial site of 23 hectares in the town of Ham to establish a European distribution center for sports footwear.

Nike
2020 Winner

Nike

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Lifetime Achievement Trophy

The American sports goods giant first opened a distribution center in Flanders in the early 90s. Now, the region is home to its European Logistics Campus (ELC).

Volvo Cars
2016 Winner

Volvo Cars

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Lifetime Achievement Trophy

Through unrelenting investments in the transformation of its Ghent site, Volvo Cars makes it clear: Flanders plays a key role in the Swedish group’s strategy.

Sanofi
2017 Winner

Sanofi

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Foreign Investment of the Year Trophy

The French biopharma giant expanded its biotech factory in Geel to increase its production capacity and biomolecule development.

Pfizer
2018 Winner

Pfizer

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Lifetime Achievement Trophy

In Puurs, American pharma juggernaut Pfizer has been investing for decades, making the Flanders-based site one of its largest in the world.

BASF
2017 Winner

BASF

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Lifetime Achievement Trophy

The German chemical giant has been present in Flanders since 1964. Over the last few decades, it has invested heavily in its Antwerp production site.

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