Today, Brussels Expo hosts a hundred or so events every year and welcomes some 2 million visitors. In recent years, the Brussels Expo Group has also diversified its activities to embrace Entertainment, a turning point marked by the transformation of Hall 12 into a sophisticated concert hall and show venue. Since then, Brussels Expo has also been entrusted with the management of La Madeleine, in the city centre.
Brussels Expo is also at the heart of the NEO project, which sets out to overhaul the Heysel plateau. The district can in fact look forward to a promising future over the next 10 years, through the construction of a new district (750 new housing units are on the cards), with new economic functions such as a shopping centre (200 shops are planned) a new leisure offering (amusement parks), public parks and the construction of an international convention centre.