Networking and contact information
Published: 25 October 2011 Modified: 14 May 2013
If you're looking to get out and meet like-minded people, you need to start networking. Here we offer a small selection of international networks where you can get started.
A not-for-profit organisation committed to supporting the international expatriate community in the Netherlands.
A professional networking organisation whose main purpose is to help improve business contacts between Dutch and American companies in and around Amsterdam.
A valuable meeting place where everyone can expect a friendly greeting.
A forum for motivating and supporting professional and internationally aware women in the paid and unpaid sectors.
An international networking association for professional women in the Netherlands.
A non-commercial organisation, founded in 2009, for Indian expats in the Netherlands.
The ICP is a meeting place for international employers and service providers in the Greater The Hague region. Together they take action to improve the quality of life on topics relevant for international employees arriving in the Netherlands.
The Lazy Sunday Flirt promotes creativity and shares a ‘Lazy Sunday’ feeling with you and others. Creative people get a stage to try out their ideas and get feedback through a flirt.
Thinking of starting up your own business? Your primary contact at the Municipality of The Hague will be the Local Business Counter(BedrijvenBalie), particularly for small- and medium-sized companies.
This English-speaking Rotary Club meets every Tuesday evening in The Hague.
The Hague International Networks’s target group includes expats working for companies, international organisations and embassies.
The NetworKing is a professional network organisation established in 1999. It provides clients and members with all the tools needed to effectively build, maintain and energise their network.
At TEDxTheHague, TED Talks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group.
A world leader in helping people become more competent and comfortable in front of an audience.
The Women’s Business Initiative International is a community of entrepreneurial women. Through active collaboration members create a professional platform for promotion and a dynamic network for the exchange of knowledge.
Here you'll find an extensive list of links for doing business in the Netherlands.