Intracto opens Ghent campus

After Herentals, Antwerp and ‘s-Hertogenbosch (NL), Intracto opens a fourth campus, in Ghent. In April last year, Intracto already acquired the Ghent based agency Adagio. They will now move to the new location, along with other Intracto team members.

Close to talent and customers

We value our ‘campus philosopy’. That philosophy means we want to bring digital talent together. In as pleasant a way as possible, within a framework and context that makes them feel good about themselves and their job.

After Herentals, Antwerp and ‘s-Hertogenbosch, Ghent becomes the fourth campus that offers opportunities for our current team members and future talent. The new campus is also an extra asset for our customers: our experts and locations are at their disposal as much as ever.

Full service in Ghent

Since its foundation, Adagio has been synonymous with Salesforce, Adobe and Oracle solutions. However, the acquisition accelerated our need to expand our other areas of expertise in Ghent as wel, in order to have a team there that can guarantee end-to-end solutions. Whether it’s about strategy, marketing, creation, content or technology: campus Ghent is ready for it.

With Ghent, we also have an extra location to organise knowledge events and training courses. Whether it’s a hands-on training in a small group by one of our experts, or one of our well-known large events where customers and external specialists share their knowledge on current topics.


About iO

iO is a blended agency. We bring together talent in marketing, technology, content, strategy, and creativity. With our belief that "experience is everything," we help our clients provide their target audience with rich and relevant brand experiences. Our track record includes helping strong brands such as Audi, Brussels Aiport, Efteling, Eneco, Fiberklaar, and Worldline grow.

Established in 2005, iO operates locally and internationally, serving companies, organisations, and governments from our campuses in Belgium, the Netherlands, Sweden, Denmark, and Bulgaria.