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Netflix's David Wells explains why the company chose Amsterdam, including the city's world-renowned connectivity, stable government, international talent pool and high quality of life.
Booking.com's Yvonne Agyei explains why Amsterdam is so attractive for businesses, including the city's world-class talent pool, thriving tech and startup ecosystems, unmatched work-life balance, high English proficiency, connectivity and strong business support links.
Amsterdam business magazine AMS interviews CEO of Mitsubishi Nederland, Akira Sakuma, for the 2017/2018 edition.
Amsterdam business magazine AMS interviews CEO of Off Grid Electrix, Xavier Helgesen, for the 2017/2018 edition.
Amsterdam business magazine AMS interviews CEO of Tata Consultancy Services, Amit Kapur, for the 2017/2018 edition.
The Startup in Residence Amsterdam programme invites entrepreneurs to help solve Amsterdam's most pressing challenges. This is the programme's third successful year, and applications are now open.
The promising Dutch startup, which develops a blockchain-based peer-to-peer application, edged out some fierce competition to win the Equinix Shark Tank.