2018-11-19

BRUSSELS - We are excited to announce that our team has moved to a new location in the bustling city centre of Brussels. The new office will allow us to accommodate our increase in capacity.

Our old office served us well, and we made great memories there, but we couldn't be more excited about our new space. The new office will allow us to accommodate our increase in capacity and give Journalismfund.eu staff a greatly improved working environment, as well as room for continued expansion. From our new office, we will be able to work even more effectively.

While we really liked our previous building, we lived a pretty anonymous existence and we're hoping our new location right at the centre of Brussels will help bolster our visibility in the area for the many journalists that Brussels hosts. Brussels as the capital of the European Union is known for its high concentration of journalists. The new office is also within walking distance of Brussels Central Station, metros and busses. 

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