data centre

Amsterdam is a popular base for international data centres, high-speed broadband and digital services providers and has the world-class provisions of the Amsterdam Internet Exchange (AMS-IX).

Booking.com

In the spring of 2012, Mayor Eberhard van der Laan opened the online hotel reservation site Booking.com’s new headquarters in Amsterdam.

Ve Interactive

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

Equinix

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

Verizon

"Numerous big-name international businesses have operations in Amsterdam itself or in the vicinity of the capital," explains Fedor Hoevenaars, Country...

Twitter

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

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.

Vodafone

Telecommunications company Vodafone opened its Netherlands headquarters a stone’s throw away from Amsterdam Central Station. Find out why.

Huawei

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

Appsterdam

“I set out on a world tour to find the place that could offer app developers the best quality of life. Amsterdam was a straightforward decision.”

Nucleus Software

Sumit Arora, Manager of European Development Activities at Nucleus Software, discusses why Nucleus chose Amsterdam for their European headquarters.

Cisco

Cisco sees the Amsterdam Metropolitan Area as an ideal testing ground for future ICT applications. Find out why.