Publication date: 17 February 2021
“The gateway to Europe”: the Netherlands is the preferred business location of many foreign entrepreneurs. The Port of Rotterdam is one of the world’s largest seaports, Schiphol Airport ranks among the top five European airports and Brainport Region Eindhoven is the world’s most inventive region. It is the gateway to densely populated Western Europe and has a well-developed logistic and technical infrastructure. The highly skilled, multilingual and flexible work force, its favorable tax regulations for businesses, its stable political climate and its high standard of living make the Netherlands the ideal place to start a business.
Take a head start and learn the legal basics of starting and running your business in our country by viewing our latest brochure: Doing business in the Netherlands (PDF)
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We look forward to assisting you in any matter relating to doing business in the Netherlands!
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