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Netherlands Water House
Netherlands Water House is one of key initiatives of Dutch Chamber of Commerce (Singapore) aiming to enhance cooperation and strengthen ties between Singaporean, ASEAN (Assocaition of South East Asian Nations) and Dutch business and research institutes in the water sector, to help solve the water challenges we face in today’s world.
Life Sciences & Nutrition Committee
Consistent with the overall objectives and purpose of DutchCham, the Life Sciences & Nutrition Committee aims to being a business network and platform by connecting Dutch and Singapore businesses and creating business opportunities to facilitate and promote Dutch business in Singapore.
Maritime & Offshore Committee
Both Singapore and Netherlands prioritize the development of regional logistics super hubs and aim to be the leaders in their region. The Singapore government is also promoting maritime and related companies to relocate their fleet and offices to Singapore using various tax advantages to become a global maritime hub. The maritime cluster is growing fast and truly international.
Both Singapore and Netherlands prioritize the development of regional logistics super hubs and aim to be the leaders in their region. The logistics cluster is growing fast and truly international.
The innovative Dutch high-tech sector is vital to meeting the global challenges of today! The Netherlands’ centuries-old tradition of creativity, pragmatism, entrepreneurship, openness and collaboration forms a perfect fit for the high-tech systems and materials (HTSM) sector.
The SME Committee brings together businessmen and businesswomen from various industries with one thing in common, i.e. they are running a Small or Medium Enterprise (SME). With this platform they can share and elaborate on dealing with issues and/or challenges.
The International Singapore Compact CSR Summit
Themed “CSR: For Sustainable Growth. Balancing Profits, People and Planet”, the conference provides a platform for CSR players to discuss how companies can maintain sustainable growth through responsible business actions and why they should move away from the traditional social development aspects of CSR.
DutchCham Maritime Breakfast event
More details will follow soon.
Mr. Eddy Bruyninckx , CEO of the Port of Antwerp.
Singapore International Energy Week
Singapore International Energy Week (SIEW)
27-31 October 2014, Sands Expo & Convention Centre, Marina Bay Sands Singapore
The 7th Annual SIEW 2014 is the foremost platform for top policymakers, energy practitioners and commentators to discuss energy issues, strategies and solutions.
DutchCham Cocktail Talk Event: Renewable energy and the transition to the new energy architecture.
Mrs. Maria van der Hoeven, Executive Director of IEA (International Energy Agency)
Mr. Ton te Have,Vice President Commercial & New Business, Upstream International Asia at Shell.
Mr. Ynse de Boer, Managing Director Strategy & Sustainability ASEAN at Accenture
Guest of Honour:
H.E. Ambassador of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, Mr. Jaques Werner
The United Nations Global Compact defines the 2030 goals of their ‘sustainable energy for all’ program as 1) Energy access: Ensuring universal access to modern energy services, 2) Energy efficiency: Doubling the global rate of improvement in energy efficiency, and 3) Renewables: Doubling the share of renewable energy in the global energy mix.
National governments, IEA and organizations such as the World Economic Forum define sustainable energy around the energy trilemma of 1) energy security, 2) economic prosperity, and 3) environmental sustainability.
DutchChamCocktail Talk Event: Launching and Managing your SME business in Singapore
•Femke G. Hellemons, Country Manager Adecco Personnel Pte Ltd
•Olivier van Hardenbroek, Commercial Director Corporate Banking ABN AMRO Bank N.V. Singapore branch
•Evelien Dittrich, Regional HR Manager FrieslandCampina
Synopsis: presentation by Femke Hellemons
With staff retention remaining as a major concern for companies in Singapore, employers need to work hard to retain their best people. Some questions that remain unanswered are: Is financial rewards effective as a retention strategy? Should an employer invest in training and development? Engage in a discussion with Adecco Singapore’s Country Manager in a dialogue on employee turnover and the impact of training and development.
Synopsis: presentation by Olivier van Hardenbroek
An overview of the banking landscape, i.e. which banking services and products are offered, tips and tricks/best practices for opening accounts, cash management and loans.
Damen Shipyards Singapore Pte. Ltd.
Founded by two brothers in 1935, today Damen Shipyards has more than 9,000 employees spread over 40 companies worldwide. Being active in Singapore since the yard was bought in 2001.
To start with ferries to frigates with flight decks, the DAMEN Shipyards Group could build, repair and maintain them. We always aim for what customers need ...read more...
New Featured Member
After nine years of successful growth in the Netherlands, Corporate, Public and Internal (CPI), a consulting firm specialising in risk management, finance and governance, is pleased to announce its expansion into Asia with a new branch office in Singapore.
In the past eight years CPI has become a trusted advisor and partner for its clients and ...read more...
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