The Netherlands Consulate General in New York United States
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- Innovation, startup culture on tap
- Nuclear Security Summit, The Hague
- Dutch Culture USA
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Austin will welcome its largest-ever Dutch delegation to SXSW 2014 as the Netherlands celebrates centuries of startup culture during the annual festival.
The Netherlands will host the Nuclear Security Summit on March 24-25 in The Hague. The goal of the summit is to prevent nuclear terrorism around the world.
Dutch Culture USA is the division of the Kingdom of the Netherlands’ government that supports and promotes arts and culture from the Netherlands, including the Caribbean territories, in the United States.
|Address||666 Third Avenue, 19th floor, New York 10017 United States consular department 18th floor United States|
(+1) 877-388 2443
March 4, 2014 The Dutch Consulate in New York City is encouraging startups in new manufacturing and technology from the Netherlands to apply for New York City Economic Development Corporation's new World to NYC Global Industry Challenge.
February 28, 2014 The Netherlands will celebrate centuries of startup culture this year with its largest ever presence at SXSW 2014, highlighting the country’s global creative alliances through art, technology, and music.
- The Dutch Offer Financial Support to Verify Compliance of Iran Nuclear Deal
- Apply Now to Participate in Holland in NYC Startup Bootcamp 2014
- Global Nuclear Summit to be Held March 24-25 in the Netherlands
- European Parliamentary Elections 2014: Voting by Dutch Nationals Abroad
- Nieuwe paspoorten en id-kaarten volwassenen 10 jaar geldig
4 Mar 14 – 9 Mar 14
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10 Mar 14
Join us for a panel discussion on cultural competence and learn how it enables to increase both productivity and profit in your business.
15 Mar 14 – 22 Mar 14
19 Mar 14
Syracuse University/Consulate General of the Netherlands lecture series, moderated by Henk Ovink, discussing all aspects of process, talent and funding in urban development