Thanks to Amsterdam's innovative tech startups, its super-fast internet speeds and its amazing talent pool, the city's ICT industry is thriving. Find out more from the industry's success stories.

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Bynder: interview and video

After starting out as an idea thought up around a kitchen table, Bynder now has offices around the world and employs almost 300 people. We interviewed...


Reynold Xin, the co-founder and chief architect of Databricks, talks about why the company chose Amsterdam to further develop their innovative data to...

Catawiki: interview and video

Online auction site Catawiki is one of Europe’s fastest-growing companies and recently auctioned off its 3 millionth item. We interviewed CEO Ilse Kam...


“We chose the Netherlands because of its central geographical location, its superb infrastructure and its business-friendly tax structure.”

New Motion

New Motion makes charging points for electric vehicles. Read the interview with founder Alef Arendsen to find out how Amsterdam is making his vision c...


Tony Wang, Managing Director at Twitter UK, explains why the company decided to establish an office in Amsterdam.


“I think it’s testament to Amsterdam’s forward-thinking nature that we were established so early,” says the CEO of the world’s largest data hub.


“Amsterdam is a good base to have an international company,” says Bas van Abel, founder of Fairphone.

Network Hardware Resale

In 2002, Network Hardware Resale (NHR), a supplier of computer network equipment, launched its European head office in Amsterdam. Find out why.

Ve Interactive

Ve Interactive is a young and fast-growing technology company feeling right at home in Amsterdam. Find out why.


Hanergy develops and finances clean energy sources. “Our presence in Amsterdam has given Hanergy a lot of extra energy,” says its CCO.


“In many aspects, Dutch and Chinese business professionals are alike. Both are results-driven and innovative,” says Wonder Wang, CEO of Huawei Technol...