Supporting business - Netherlands and you
Do you have plans to do business in the Netherlands? Or are you looking for a Dutch business partner? Dutch representations, the Dutch government and the Netherlands Foreign Investment Agency (NFIA) will help you find out what’s possible.
Doing business in the NetherlandsBusiness.gov.nl is the official website of the Dutch government for businesses abroad and has been specially designed to help you do business in the Netherlands and work with Dutch companies. The website offers practical information about tax regulations, setting up a business, grants and more:
- Coming to the Netherlands
- Starting a business
- Taxes in the Netherlands
- Financing your business
- Running your business
Investing in the NetherlandsThe Netherlands has one of the best business investment climates in the world. For more information, opportunities and sources of investment, go to www.investinholland.com, the website of the Netherlands Foreign Investment Agency (NFIA). NFIA helps and advises foreign companies in various stages of expansion. See it as a partner that can help you establish regional connections within the Invest In Holland network.
Netherlands Foreign Investment Agency
Interested in the Netherlands, but not sure where to start? A personal point of contact can really help. That is why the Netherlands Point of Entry has been set up, to help international startups and scale-ups find their feet in the Netherlands. It’s a place for all your questions about locations, permits and procedures and can connect you to facilitators, relevant agencies and accelerators.
Startups and scale-ups
Innovate and work together with the NetherlandsBe inspired by examples of how the Dutch government, private sector and civil society organisations work together and with other partners, and how they do this. There are also guides to working, investing and studying in the Netherlands.
Welcome to NL
Connecting international talentThe Netherlands Point of Entry is the first stop for international talent looking to work or set up a business in the Netherlands. It advises businesses, graduates and professionals about the possibilities for residence permits. It will also provide you with advice on legal procedures, financial requirements and the process of applying for a visa.
Netherlands Point of Entry
Doing business abroadDutch representations abroad and the Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO) know the markets in their countries and have extensive business networks.
- Dutch representations abroad can put you in contact with potential partners, have specialist knowledge of their region and know the dos and don’ts when it comes to doing business abroad.
- If you’d first like to get more insight into foreign markets, take a look at the information on individual countries’ business climates (in Dutch) on rvo.nl.
- You can also see what trade missions and events (in Dutch) are coming up.
- More information about the Netherlands Enterprise Agency in English.