india

More than 65% of the Indian companies active in the Netherlands are based in the Amsterdam Metropolitan Area. These Indian multinationals include major players such as Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), Sun Pharma and Infosys Technology, many of which have established their European or Benelux headquarters in the region. The Indian community is the fastest growing non-Dutch business community in the Amsterdam Area.

Country desks

The Amsterdam Metropolitan Area is a prime location for the following countries; Brazil, China, India, Japan, South Korea and Taiwan.

Tata Consultancy Services

“The Netherlands was one of the first adopters of a global sourcing model. So from that perspective, it was right to put our efforts here and th...

India

Amsterdam and India have a strong bond that goes back decades. Not only do some of India's biggest businesses have a presence in Amsterdam, but there ...

Sun Pharma

Since making the leap from its home base in India to the Amsterdam Metropolitan Area, demand for Sun Pharma’s generic medicines has skyrocketed. Read ...

Zensar Technologies

Zensar, a company that focuses on ICT and business process outsourcing, opened an office in Amsterdam. Find out why.

Nucleus Software

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

Infosys

In its eight years in Amsterdam, Indian IT and consultancy group Infosys Technologies has grown rapidly. Lean how it happened.

India Desk

Amsterdam offers many advantages to its Indian community, such as favourable tax agreements, relatively inexpensive housing, and easy access to Amster...

Jet's new set

Jet Airways has selected Amsterdam as its European hub, bringing more choice for direct connections to Mumbai, Delhi and Toronto.