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Jorrit Saaltink, Project Manager at Amsterdam Trade, posted

Clipper Session Smart City Hamburg

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How to transform an old port area into a sustainable urban area? Amsterdam and Hamburg can learn a lot from each other in this field. Therefore Space & Matter, KCAP in cooperation with Amsterdam Trade & Innovate and Netherlands Business Support Office Hamburg organize a program on the Smart City theme at the historic ship Clipper City of Amsterdam in the port of Hamburg, on Friday, October 11, 2019.

During this session, German and Dutch parties from the public and private sector will exchange knowledge, innovate, do business and collaborate.

Are you active in the field of sustainable urban development and looking for opportunities for cooperation in Hamburg? Then you are cordially invited to participate in the program. Join us!

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Jorrit Saaltink, Project Manager at Amsterdam Trade, posted

China Business Week

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The China Business Week was created for entrepreneurs with the ambition to do business in China, and aims to provide information about the export of goods and services, and doing business in China. The program consists of substantive presentations, practical tips from experiential experts, roundtable discussions on current themes and one-on-one talks in which Dutch diplomatic representatives from China are also present.

Opportunities for Dutch companies:

The steadily developing economy of China offers opportunities to both large and smaller specialized Dutch companies. During the meeting the focus is on opportunities and market developments within the following sectors:

• Agro-food / Horticulture
• High Tech Systems & Materials (HTSM)
• Water and Environmental technology
• Logistics / Belt and Road Initiative
• Urban Development

Program and more information:
The program of the China Business Week takes place at various locations:
• 24 September: Tilburg
• 25 September: Zaandam (more information will follow)
• 26 September: Arnhem
• September 27: Rotterdam

Participation in the meeting is free, but registration is mandatory. In case of a no-show without cancellation, € 75 will be charged. You can register from 20 August on the website of the RVO.

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Jorrit Saaltink, Project Manager at Amsterdam Trade, posted

Innovation Mission Smart Cities South Korea

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Great oppurtunity for start-ups and scale-ups active in Smart Infrastructure. Join us on the Innovation Mission Smart Cities South Korea 18-20 September!

The mission could be interesting for Dutch entrepreneurs in the field of smart cities and technology actively working on sustainable innovation projects within the 'Smart Infrastructure' theme.

Within the Smart City sector, we focus on the subtheme 'Smart Infrastructure' (mobility, smart grids, EV and the like). In this area, there are currently the most opportunities for meeting potential partners and Asian smart city developers, and marketing technological proposals.

The 2nd World Smart City Week:

We organize the innovation mission around the World Smart City Week (WSCW) that takes place in Goyang (45 minutes from Seoul). The WSCW is in the southeastern part of Asia an important meeting place for companies, cities and research centers to share projects with each other and to find inspiration and technology for new projects.

Program components:

Around the expo the Netherlands has an extensive program and is possibly present with a Holland pavilion. There are various activities where you can pitch your product or service. The program will further include a business event, a conference, individual matchmaking, network meetings & site visits. This is partly dependent on the wishes and objectives of the delegation members.

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Jorrit Saaltink, Project Manager at Amsterdam Trade, posted

Innovation Mission Smart Cities South Korea 18-20 September

Great oppurtunity for startups and scaleups active in Smart Infrastructure. Join us on the Innovation Mission Smart Cities South Korea 18-20 September!

The mission could be interesting for Dutch entrepreneurs in the field of smart cities and technology actively working on sustainable innovation projects within the 'Smart Infrastructure' theme.

Within the Smart City sector, we focus on the subtheme 'Smart Infrastructure' (mobility, smart grids, EV and the like). In this area, there are currently the most opportunities for meeting potential partners and Asian smart city developers, and marketing technological proposals.

The 2nd World Smart City Week:

We organize the innovation mission around the World Smart City Week (WSCW) that takes place in Goyang (45 minutes from Seoul). The WSCW is in the southeastern part of Asia an important meeting place for companies, cities and research centers to share projects with each other and to find inspiration and technology for new projects.

Program components:

Around the expo the Netherlands has an extensive program and is possibly present with a Holland pavilion. There are various activities where you can pitch your product or service. The program will further include a business event, a conference, individual matchmaking, network meetings & site visits. This is partly dependent on the wishes and objectives of the delegation members.

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Jorrit Saaltink, Project Manager at Amsterdam Trade, posted

China Business Week 24-27 september

The China Business Week was created for entrepreneurs with the ambition to do business in China, and aims to provide information about the export of goods and services, and doing business in China. The program consists of substantive presentations, practical tips from experiential experts, roundtable discussions on current themes and one-on-one talks in which Dutch diplomatic representatives from China are also present.

Opportunities for Dutch companies:

The steadily developing economy of China offers opportunities to both large and smaller specialized Dutch companies. During the meeting the focus is on opportunities and market developments within the following sectors:

• Agro-food / Horticulture

• High Tech Systems & Materials (HTSM)

• Water and Environmental technology

• Logistics / Belt and Road Initiative

•Urban Development

Program and more information:

The program of the China Business Week takes place at various locations:
• 24 September: Tilburg

• 25 September: Zaandam (more information will follow)

• 26 September: Arnhem

• September 27: Rotterdam

Participation in the meeting is free, but registration is mandatory. In case of a no-show without cancellation, € 75 will be charged. You can register from 20 August on the website of the RVO.

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