Business groups and clubs in the Netherlands
We offer you a selection of business groups and clubs in the Netherlands.
Amsterdam American Business Club (AABC)
Tel: 020 520 7534
AABC is a professional networking organisation whose main purpose is to help improve business-to-business contacts between Dutch and American businesses. The club consists primarily of American and Dutch professional people but also includes a broad variety of nationalities and professional backgrounds. They currently have 478 members and average about 75-100 people per lunch. They hold a lunch every third Monday of the month. On alternating months, they allow two of their sponsors to give a 'market place presentation', which normally lasts around 10-15 minutes. There are also special events during the year such as our Labor Day Picnic and Thanksgiving Dinner.
Australian Business in Europe (ABIE)
Contact: Jon Wiersma
Tel: 06 - 1133 0040
Australian Business in Europe (ABIE) is an organisation for Australians living in Europe and for Europeans wishing to maintain a connection with Australia. It's an organisation of over 800 individuals across the UK, the Netherlands, Belgium, France, Germany, Italy and other countries.
Commercial Anglo-Dutch Society (CADS)
Meetings: for lunch every last Friday of the month.
European Professional Women’s Network is a vibrant growing pan-European federation of more than 15 women’s network. The common objective is to provide women with the tools, networks and support they need to assume leadership. They aim to share knowledge across Europe, and are participating in several Europe-wide initiatives. They combine a sophisticated online networking platform, linking several thousand business women across Europe, with regular, offline events in many cities including Amsterdam.
International Business Club for the Eindhoven region (IBUC)
Address: Ten Hagestraat 8, 5611 EG Eindhoven
Contact: Mr G van Genugten
Tel: 040 244 4010
IBUC aims to create, encourage and maintain good relations between the foreign companies operating in the region and Dutch companies, institutions and authorities. Through the website, the IBUC offers information to foreign companies. Both international managers already working in the Eindhoven area and companies interested in establishing a base here will find it relevant. At present 278 foreign companies are established in the Eindhoven region. Together they provide employment for 19,110 people.
Junior Chamber InternationalAmsterdamIntl
Address: De Lairessestraat 87, 1071 NX Amsterdam
Contact: Fons Bonink
Tel: 020 673 3141
Fax: 020 673 7312
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org ; email@example.com
Website: www.jciai.nl / www.jci.cc
Meetings: every second Monday of the month
Junior Chamber International (JCI) Amsterdam Intl is an international chapter of ambitious young professionals between the age of 25 and 40 who are serious about networking, seeking possibilities for personal & management skills development. Junior Chamber has 2500 members in the Netherlands and 250,000 worldwide. The purpose of JCI is to contribute to the advancement of the global community by providing the opportunity for young people to develop their personal skills, social responsibility, entrepreneurship and fellowship, necessary to create positive change.
Kiwi Expat Association (KEA)
Contact: Grant King / Andy Sceats / Alison Loeff / Mark Beker / Sahna Thomson / Neil Martin
Tel: GK: 020 671 7017 ; AS: 06 3067 1455 ; AL: 071 579 0591
Email: GK firstname.lastname@example.org ; AS email@example.com ; AL firstname.lastname@example.org
KEA is New Zealand's Expat and Business Network in the Netherlands. It's a global non-profit organisation. Through regular events, social gatherings and newsletters, they provide New Zealanders living and working in the Netherlands with a platform to meet each other and strengthen their ties with New Zealand and the Netherlands. KEA's also open to Dutch residents with a proven commercial, business or cultural interest in New
The Netherlands British Chamber of Commerce
Address: Oxford House' Nieuwezijds Voorburgwal 328L, 1012 RW Amsterdam
Tel: 020 421 7040
Fax: 020 421 7003
Women's Business Initiative International (WBII)
Address: Laan Copes van Cattenburch 86, 2585 GE The Hague
Tel: 070 358 8557
Fax: 070 338 8887
WBII is a community of entrepreneurial women. Through active collaboration members create a professional platform for promotion and a dynamic network for the exchange of knowledge. The initiative is a structured space designed to meet diverse business needs.
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