Seminar Opportunities Dutch ICT-solutions in German Sectors

30 November 2017
15:00h - 18:00h
The Hague
Organised by:
The Netherlands Enterprise Agency ( and The Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate

Doing business with ICT-solutions and interested to make use of possibilities for growth and investments in different German industries? Come to the seminar "Opportunities  Dutch ICT-solutions in German Sectors" on 30 November 2017 at the ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate in The Hague! 


You will have the chance to enlarge your business network, get introduced with several German ICT-parties and inquire information about the activities that the ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate will organise in 2018.


This upcoming seminar gives a sneak peak at the Hannover Messe, which will be held from 23 until 27 April 2018. De Messe is one of the biggest industrial fairs of the world. Digitalisation and ICT-solutions are inextricably linked with a modern (industrial) economy, therefore a Holland IT & Smart Industry House was organised this year at the Hannover Messe 2017.


Program seminar

Dutch businesses, knowledge institutions and regions will get informed about the developments in different German industries. Also the available German cluster- and network organisations and knowledge institutions will be mapped.
Participants get room to indicate what kind of support they need to increase their chances in Germany.


Watch the full program here!


Chances for Dutch ICT-businesses
There are ample opportunities for Dutch ICT-businesses for growth and investments in Germany and an increasing demand for knowledge and skills on the subjects:

  • Internet of Things
  • Cyber Security
  • Big Data
  • Software Robotics
  • Cloud and Blockchain.


Thanks to the innovative and competitive ICT-sector Dutch businesses already have solutions ready to hand for technology and domain fields. Because of this they can respond to developments in Germany.  The research “Export opportunities of the Dutch ICT sector to Germany” from the ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate shows this. This enables chances for collaboration, increasing export and exchange of knowledge. This research maps some German sectors: agriculture and horticulture, automotive, manufacturing, healthcare and infrastructure.


To register for this event, sign up before 29 November!
Participation is free of charge. The number of participants is limited


More information
For more information please contact: Jim van der Zwan at, The Netherlands Enterprise Agency (
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HSD Partners involved