Doing business internationally expands a company’s horizon and offers unique opportunities for growth, development and profit building.
The Netherlands is one of the most open economies in the world and among the best countries for technology and innovation. It offers an outstanding infrastructure – including Europe’s largest port –, a competitive business climate and a strong treaty network. The Dutch tax system features several tax incentives to stimulate innovation and business activities. And as an internationally oriented country, the Netherlands is home to many highly educated foreign workers.
In a world that is rapidly changing, whether it is from an economic or political point of view, the Netherlands has proven to be a stable country.
Doing Business in the Netherlands 2019 is composed in collaboration with the NFIA (The Netherlands Foreign Investment Agency) and is intended to provide a broad understanding of the key aspects of doing business and investing in the Netherlands. We answer many questions that foreign businesses and entrepreneurs have when making their first venture into the Dutch market, leveraging on our extensive experience in regard to establishing businesses in the Netherlands.
The publication guides you through all the primary elements of doing business in the Netherlands: the economic climate, big industries and business segments. It describes the most popular legal forms of businesses in the Netherlands and the key aspects of tax, compliance, human resources, employment law, immigration, audit and accountancy.
With this guide we provide you with a general overview of all possibilities. Should you require more information, our advisors will be happy to assist you in person.
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