Learn how to bring your smart city solution to the international market
As an entrepreneur, it’s only natural that you continuously strive to expand, innovate and grow your business. You might even feel ready to show your smart product or service to the world. These aspirations may lead you to debut your smart city solution in a foreign market, but there are some key questions to ask yourself before going global.
Amsterdam Smart City has joined forces with Amsterdam Trade (a programme of the Municipality of Amsterdam) to help growth-focused entrepreneurs tap into global business opportunities, facilitating their international ambitions.
We are pleased to invite you to attend our event on 29 September, which will cover the key factors to consider when seeking global expansion and growth. The event will bring together the smart city business community, active in themes such as such as water and waste, infrastructure and technology, the circular economy, citizens and living, mobility, energy, governance and education. Of course, any company with an urban development vision or smart innovation is welcome to join.
• Edgar Kasteel, an international business consultant from Arcusplus will cover the dos and don’ts of delving into new markets
• Yvette Entius, an international business developer from the Netherlands Enterprise Agency will explain how to utilise the Dutch government’s international network and programmes
• Saskia de Beer, the founder of TransformCity and Teun Wagenaar, business developer at Triggi will share their global expansion experiences
• An interactive session on going global, with like-minded members of the smart city community
Date, time & location
Friday 29 September 2017
14.00-17.00, followed by drinks and bites
Willem Alexander – Maxima room
World Trade Center Amsterdam
I-Tower, ground floor (entrance via Zuidplein)
1077 XX Amsterdam
Click 'sign up' for more information and registration. Registration closes September 19. Please select the ticket that covers the theme most suitable for your company. If you have any questions or queries, please contact Malou Brantjes at firstname.lastname@example.org.