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Open an IT&C Company in the Netherlands

Updated on Wednesday 06th December 2017

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Open-an-IT&C-Company-in-the-Netherlands.jpegThe IT&C field in the Netherlands is one of the most important economic sectors of the country. Businessmen who want to open a company in the Netherlands operating in the IT&C sector can have numerous business opportunities, in a country which is considered the top jurisdiction at the level of the European Union (EU) for the outstanding usage of IT, as presented by the World Economic Forum Europe. Our team of specialists in company formation in the Netherlands can offer consultancy services on the main steps which have to be completed when setting up an IT&C business, depending on the specific activities carried out by the company
 

Why open an IT&C company in the Netherlands? 

 
The Netherlands offers a set of advantages for opening a business, as numerous IT&C products and services that are used at a global level were created here. For example, modern technologies for local internet connection were developed by companies operating in Netherlands. In this category we mention the wi-fi, created in 1991, and the bluetooth, developed three years later. 
 
Another important aspect that should encourage the decision on company formation in the Netherlands refers to innovation in the sector, a very important matter for IT businesses. In this sense, it is important to know that 70% of the Dutch innovation is related to the field of IT. Our team of consultants in company registration in the Netherlands can provide further advice on the incentives provided in this sense. 
 

Dutch legislation for online companies  

 
IT companies perform their operations in the online environment. In this sense, it is important to know that online businesses are regulated under the following rules of law:
 
Civil Code;
Telecommunication Act;
Personal Data Protection Act
 
Investors are invited to address to our team of agents in company formation in the Netherlands for further advice on the above mentioned regulations.  
 

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  • Anton 2017-10-30

    Given the information presented in the article, I suppose that the local authorities sustain through numerous incentives this field of activity. A great place for operating in the industry!

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