Tech and ICT in Amsterdam

Amsterdam is a thriving tech and ICT hub. A prominent choice for international professionals, the city is home to an open and creative tech scene and numerous innovative companies. There is an impressive digital infrastructure – the Amsterdam Internet Exchange (AMS-IX) is one of the world’s largest data transport hubs. Various tech conferences and many accelerators and incubator programmes for start-ups cement Amsterdam’s position as vibrant startup hub and make it an ideal place to validate and tweak business models.

Tech & ICT in Amsterdam

Working in IT

Amsterdam is a prominent choice for international IT professionals. Over the past decade the Amsterdam Metropolitan Area has shown its strengths as a ...

Amsterdam Science Park

Business, science and innovation meet at the Amsterdam Science Park. Home to some 120 companies – from start-ups to multinationals – it’s a thriving h...

Amsterdam Smart City

Amsterdam Smart City is the innovation platform of the Amsterdam Metropolitan Area. It challenges companies, citizens, the municipality and knowledge ...

Interview: Wilder Rodrigues

Wilder Rodrigues is from Brazil and works as a mission critical engineer at Schuberg Philis in the Amsterdam Metropolitan Area. He’s 35 and has lived ...

Interview: Christopher Brown

A 26-year-old ICT professional from Ohio left his familiar surroundings for an adventure in Amsterdam. His name? Christopher Brown. Tech Amsterdam int...

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