ML2Grow was founded in 2017 as a spin-off company of Ghent University and Imec (R&D hub for nano and digital technologies). Our aim is to cater to the needs and expectations of industry, which are often different from those of research and academic publications. ML2Grow pools several decades of experience at the IDLab research group in machine learning research and collaborations with leading global industrial and software development firms such as Intel, Toyota, Audi and ABB. We use our extensive knowledge to support organisations with data-driven solutions. The founders of ML2Grow constantly accompany all the latest developments in machine learning and data analysis. They are also proud to be able to pass on the experience and knowledge they have accumulated over many years to the next generation of machine learning engineers and data scientists. Since February 2019, ML2Grow has been part of the Invibes Group. Invibes is an upand- coming player in the technology market and specialises in digital in-feed advertising. Invibes was listed on the stock exchange in 2016 (Euronext Growth Paris: ALVINV). It has around 250 employees who work in its offices across the world. ML2Grow has customers and partners in various vertical markets, including sport tech, biotechnology, retail and wholesale, manufacturing, media, agriculture and the maritime sector. ML2Grow differs from many other companies as it adapts its products and services to the needs of its clients rather than specialising in one particular technology. ML2Grow consists of a passionate group of computer scientists and engineers. It is also one of the few companies in Flanders to have in-house experts who hold a PhD in Machine Learning and have proven experience in successfully creating machine learning projects in the industry.
HistoireML2Grow was created in May 2017 as a spin-off company of Ghent University and the world-leading R&D and innovation hub in nanoelectronics and digital technologies, imec.
Decades of experience in machine learning research and industry collaborations were transformed into ML2Grow.