Help improve the attractiveness of Amsterdam!

17th May 2010, Comments 0 comments

Would you like to share your experiences with international people who recently settled in Amsterdam? What kind of problems did you encounter after your arrival in Amsterdam? What made you feel at home (or not)? Ernst & Young invites you to share your ideas for improvement of the settlement process.

Ernst & Young is conducting a survey on the attractiveness of Amsterdam for internationals for the municipality of Amsterdam, the Chamber of Commerce of Amsterdam and the Amsterdam Region Business Association (ORAM). The goal of this study is to improve the attractiveness of Amsterdam for people from abroad who live and work in Amsterdam. In this study, we would like to learn about your experiences with the Amsterdam living climate.

We will talk about issues such as:
  • Settling in Amsterdam
  • Housing 
  • Health
  • Education
  • Tax and insurance
  • Public services
  • Quality of life

Join us in the real life discussions on Tuesday 18 May, Wednesday 19 May and Thursday 20 May 2010 at 19.00 (till 20.30).

Location: Ernst & Young, Cross Towers, Antonio Vivaldistraat 150, 1083 HP Amsterdam.

Participants will receive a gift and a value check of EUR 30. The number of participants for each session is limited to 15.

Ernst & Young’s Cross Towers is within walking distance from both the RAI and the Zuid WTC stations (south of the A10 ring).

To apply (please provide your name, email, telephone and preferred date of session) or request more information, please contact Marcel Karres (manager Ernst & Young) on or +31 88-4070813/ +31 6-21251048.

Please reply at the latest the day before your preferred session.

Make a difference, meet up with other internationals and join the discussion!

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