Alain Wahba

is in charge of developing Kapitol's activities, and deals with legal issues. He holds a master's degree and passed an exam in teaching business sciences and international business at the Catholic Institute of Higher Business Studies (ICHEC) in 1993. Prior to co-founding Kapitol, Alain got his first break in managing import-export operations between the USA and Europe.

Marc Wahba

is responsible for software-development work. In 1991, he gained a diploma in electro-mechanical civil engineering from the Polytechnic Faculty of the Free University of Brussels (ULB), also a master's in management from the Solvay Brussels School. Marc single-handedly designed and developed the technology used for the Infobel CD-Roms, the website and the other directories. Before co-founding Kapitol, he developed expert systems for the Belgian Army and played a part in the computerisation of the Brussels stock-exchange.

Liliane Sidis

heads the finance and accounts departments. Graduating in 1993, she studied business sciences and international business at ICHEC. Before coming on board the Kapitol adventure, Liliane ran and managed a company for imports-exports between Europe and the USA.

Claude De Bruycker

joined the company in 2001 as Chief Operating Officer, following a lengthy career at GIB group as General Manager of Brico Europe. He was responsible for the growth and expansion of the 'Do it yourself' division. Throughout his career, Claude has travelled between Europe and the USA.