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In the technology region of Brainport Eindhoven, we work intelligently together as thinkers and doers. The possibilities are endless within Brainport. Discover, learn and grow.

What is Brainport Eindhoven?

Innovation, technology and entrepreneurship

The strategy

Brainport Development

PSV & Brainport Eindhoven

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Whether you are studying, working or having a company here, Brainport Eindhoven offers limitless opportunities for growth. Your success depends on the way you overcome your challenges. Please contact Brainport if you need any support. We will help you gain more knowledge and new perspectives or we will just answer your questions.




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Brainport Monitor

Summary Brainport Monitor 2020

The annual Brainport Monitor provides backgrounds and knowledge about the innovative performance, economic progress and changing competitive position of Brainport Eindhoven for a broad target group of policymakers, researchers, companies and other interested parties.


Cities can transform their future and Eindhoven is the prime example if we look at its entrepreneurial innovation ecosystem. With the right network strategy and a focus on high tech and digital technologies, the Brainport region can prevent the economic and strategic decline of Europe.



The world is changing at lightning speed. Digitalization, globalization and demographic changes are having a profound impact on our lives, cultures and societies. Our education and health, the distribution of income and wealth, the jobs we have and how we work are all particularly sensitive to these changes. It is a transformational era. Disruption is the new normal.


All companies in the region are helping to build Brainport Eindhoven into a leading world class and innovative top technology region. We all have one big challenge: to attract and retain the right talent. By joining forces, we stand strong internationally.


Investments in Research and Development, human capital, climate and energy are needed to support productivity growth and maintain a strong innovation capacity. Productivity growth should come from innovations. A further increase of investment in research and development, especially in the private sector, is needed for this to happen.


Governments are certainly able to make the difference, with investments in accessibility, living environments, cultural facilities and a wellfunctioning labor market.
Creating a breeding ground for entrepreneurs and companies.