BNG Breakfast with Zeger Vercouteren, Vice President Government Affairs & Policy, Johnson & Johnson EMEA
|Beginning:||Thursday, 20 April 2017 08:00|
|End:||Thursday, 20 April 2017 09:30|
|Location:||Square de Meeûs 23, 1000, Brussels, Belgium|
|Event fees:||British Chamber members: €0.00 (incl. VAT)
Non-members: €0.00 (incl. VAT)
As part of our ‘Breakfast with a CEO’ series, we will be hosted by Zeger Vercouteren, Vice President Government Affairs & Policy at Johnson & Johnson (J&J) EMEA.
During the session, Zeger will share with us some more about J&J, insights about his own career path, and some tips for young professionals in Brussels working in government/public affairs. To give you some highlights, Zeger will focus on his leadership in nurturing young talent, his active involvement in diversity issues at the workplace, as well as on how to manage a diverse business particularly at J&J, the world’s largest healthcare company.
This event is exclusively open to young professionals under the age of 35.
Zeger Vercouteren | Vice President Government Affairs & Policy, Johnson & Johnson EMEA | Johnson & Johnson
Zeger Vercouteren is Vice President Government Affairs & Policy, Johnson & Johnson EMEA, responsible for developing / leading the Enterprise & Sector strategies, talent development and resource allocation and as such serves on the WW Corporate Office’s GA&P Global Leadership Team. He has a long-standing European/International LifeSciences track record. Prior to Johnson & Johnson, Zeger headed the Baxter Europe’s European GA&P, covering the interests of the devices/biotech/pharm/vaccines sectors and was Eucomed’s Deputy Director General, having joined from a business services background. Zeger received the ‘Corporate Public Affairs Professional of the Year’ EPAD Award 2008, is a Johnson & Johnson Trust Board member and Board member of AmCham EU and The European Policy Center. Zeger has an honors law degree from the FNDP-Namur/KULeuven/UC-Barcelona Universities; honors Business Administration Master's Degree from the Solvay Business School/ULB. He speaks Dutch, French, English, Spanish, Catalan & German