De ontwikkelingen in de Duitse voedselindustrie gaan steeds sneller, waardoor er kansen ontstaan voor Nederlandse bedrijven. Ontdek deze kansen tijdens deze driedaagse handelsmissie naar de regio Heidelberg.
Due to limited access to equipment, high quality inputs (including high-quality seeds, fertilizers, crop protection products, etc.) and opportunities for financing, Benin's current agricultural systems are not good enough to fill the gap between supply and demand.
For these reasons, developing the horticulture sector has been a spearhead for the Benin government since 2016. The Netherlands is considered a key partner in this.
The Netherlands and Switzerland have a similar vision for the future of healthcare. Much attention is given to prevention and improving the health of its citizens. Both countries have a large baby-boomer population are innovative countries and face similar challenges in terms of health expenditure. This provides a good basis for cooperation between the Dutch and Swiss business communities and institutes.
A group of Dutch eHealth expert companies from the Life Sciences & Health (LSH) sector have joined forces in a public-private partnership to build partnerships with German counterparts to adopt and integrate eHealth solutions. The cluster has more than 10 years of experience and knowledge of the Dutch market, and expertise on the deployment of a solid and secured digital infrastructure, also already in Germany.
The Enterprise Europe Network of the Luxembourg Chamber of Commerce invites you to participate in its International Brokerage Event at the World Expo 2020 in Dubai from the 23rd to 25th January 2022.
Discover opportunities in water management in Saudi Arabia and Oman during this six-day trade mission.
Discover opportunities in sustainable building and energy systems in Denmark and Sweden Denmark and Sweden during this three-day trade mission.
Supervision of Zitturi, a northern Italian interior designer and producer for offices, hotels and public buildings, in the Benelux.
Over the past four years the Netherlands Embassy in Brussels has been actively engaging within the field of nutrition in healthcare. The embassy has organised several events in Flanders, exchanging knowledge and creating valuable connections between Dutch businesses and Flemish healthcare organisations. 2019 marked the year for the event in Luxembourg.
Given the positive reception of the event in the region, the embassy decided to once again host an event with a focus on Luxembourg this year. Simultaneously we are shifting the focus of the event in Belgium towards Wallonia.
Senegal has been an important agro-country for the Netherlands for many years. We export onions and potatoes and import mango, vegetables and poultry. The country is of interest to companies and knowledge institutions that are active in sustainable production, supply, processing and trade. During three days of workshops, in-depth sessions, round tables and matchmaking our participants (re)discovered the opportunities in Senegal.