Tuesday 1 December 11:00 and 20:00 h CET, Business.gov.nl will broadcast the webinar ‘Running your business in the Netherlands’. I’m sending you this email to ask for your help in promoting our webinar on your website / social media platforms. Registration is possible as of today, via https://business.gov.nl/register-for-businessgovnl-webinar/.
About the webinar
To enable foreign viewers to participate and ask live questions the webinar is in English. The webinar is broadcast twice: 11:00 and 20:00 hours CET.
During the ca 1 hour webinar, 4 entrepreneurs and experts talk about the best strategies for making your business grow: how do you go about it, what are the risks and opportunities? Topics featured are:
- How do you draw up a growth plan?
- What are considerations for changing your legal structure?
- What should you know about hiring staff?
- Are there tax advantages for growing companies?
- Is international trade a good expansion idea?
A chat team will be on hand during the broadcasts to answer any questions from viewers. Participation is free of charge, but you must register to participate. To register, go to https://business.gov.nl/register-for-businessgovnl-webinar/.
After the 1 December broadcasts, the webinar will be avilable on Business.gov.nl on demand, but naturally there won’t be a chat team available then. The Netherlands Chamber of Commerce KVK and Business.gov.nl are the organisers of this webinar.
Every year, tens of thousands of entrepreneurs who have what’s called a migration background start a company in the Netherlands. Business.gov.nl exists to help these entrepreneurs, as well as foreign businesses that want to do business with Dutch companies, find their way in the Dutch governmental landscape, by giving them relevant information in English. Business.gov.nl is the EU Point of Single Contact website for the Netherlands. It is managed by the Netherlands Chamber of Commerce KVK, in collaboration with partners Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO), the Dutch Tax Administration, Statistics Netherlands (CBS), IND, and the Netherlands Vehicle Authority RDW.