america/us

US companies are the largest foreign investor in the Netherlands, providing a total direct investment of 442 billion US dollars. Of the 2,500 international companies present in the Amsterdam Metropolitan Area, more than 750 are based in the USA. This is almost 30% of all the international companies in the region.

Optimizely

Website-optimisation company Optimizely opened their European headquarters in Amsterdam in 2013. The general manager explains why.

Equinix

Through its network of data centres, Equinix connects companies with customers and partners, helping them grow and protect their digital assets. I ams...

Verizon

Verizon believes Amsterdam has the power to attract the talent needed to devise solutions to tech challenges and help it embrace the latest innovation...

Microsoft

Managing Director of Microsoft Nederland, Ernst-Jan Stigter, explains why Amsterdam was the perfect city to pilot their Outlook office.

Google

Uniting local heritage and bold primary colours, Google’s quirky Amsterdam office has been designed to reflect the company’s working culture.

DoubleDutch

When US-based DoubleDutch began to experience rocket growth, it chose Amsterdam for its European headquarters.

IBM

IBM's decision to coordinate all its water management activities from Amsterdam was hardly surprising. Business Development Executive Djeevan Schifer...

Databricks

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

Tesla

Electric-car company Tesla is making waves within its innovative industry, and Amsterdam is supporting them every step of the way.

Amsterdam Worldwide

“Our location in the Amsterdam Metropolitan Area is one of our most valuable assets,” says Brian Elliott of Amsterdam Worldwide.

Kingpins Show

For professionals in the denim industry, the Kingpins Show is the most important event of the year. This trade fair runs in New York, Hong Kong and Am...

Anomaly

“Choosing Amsterdam as the location for our third overseas branch was a no-brainer for us,” says Hazelle Klønhammer of Anomaly.