talent

"Amsterdam is highly popular as a place to live and work in. The city is home to a productive workforce from 180 different countries and almost half of its residents have undertaken higher education (44%). Amsterdam is also extraordinarily multilingual: 80 percent of the workforce speak English, making Amsterdam the largest Anglophone city in continental Europe."


I am talent

In Amsterdam, entrepreneurs, creatives and tech talent all come together. Our academies can turn you into a startup star, or you can try on-the job le...

How to find staff

Learn more about finding and hiring staff in Amsterdam – the presence of highly skilled, internationally-oriented talent is one of the aspects that ma...

Job boards

Talent is a key part of the success of today’s ICT industry. Luckily, Amsterdam educates and attracts the best techies from across the globe, with num...

SK Lubricants

SK Lubricants is the world’s largest manufacturer and supplier of high-quality Group III base oils. Managing Director Jay Kim explains why the company...

Amsterdam’s home advantage

Amsterdam’s enviable position as one of the world’s most competitive economies and business climates relies on a highly-skilled international workforc...

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.

Decoded

“Doing business is easy in Holland, partly because everyone’s so direct,” said Dan Zell, Deoded's managing partner.

Microsoft

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

Fairphone

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

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.