To help you effectively communicate the benefits of Amsterdam Metropolitan Area for businesses, we have developed a toolkit of helpful resources and materials.
The term ‘open mind sharp business’ refers to the correlation between the mentality and business climate of the Amsterdam region. ‘Open mind’ refers to the region’s diversity, inclusiveness, quality of life and openness to new ideas. ‘Sharp business’ emphasises innovation, entrepreneurial spirit and the ability to get business done swiftly.
There are countless reasons to invest in Amsterdam, but the main advantages can be broken down into five key areas:
Amsterdam’s business ecosystem is a hotbed of opportunities for startups, scale-ups and global corporations. Learn more about the city's business ecosystem.
Being part of the network in Amsterdam adds considerable financial value for both talent and businesses. Find out more about Amsterdam's cost-effectiveness.
Thanks to its great work-life balance, cultural agenda and more, Amsterdam is a wonderful place to live and work. Get the lowdown on life in Amsterdam.
Logistically, digitally and socially, Amsterdam is extremely well-connected, giving the city a competitive edge. Read more about Amsterdam's connectivity.
The presence of highly skilled talent is one of the main reasons why so many companies choose Amsterdam. Learn more about the city's access to talent.
You can find bios here of management executives from international and Dutch companies, startup founders, government officials and renowned research institutions in the area. Furthermore, visit our publications page to find out what media outlets such as Forbes Magazine or the Financial Times think about the Dutch capital. If you have any further needs, questions or suggestions, please contact us at email@example.com.
Axel Rüger, Van Gogh Museum
Sandra Soskic, DDB & Tribal Amsterdam
James Veenhoff, Fronteer
Willemijn Verloop, Social Enterprise NL & Social Impact Ventures
Oscar Kneppers, Rockstart
Henriëtte Maassen van den Brink, University of Amsterdam
Akira Sakuma, Japanese Chamber of Commerce
Tracy Metz, John Adams Institute