Ferdinand van Bolstraat. Jacob van Lennepkade. Hugo de Grootplein. Noticing something? If not, then you are probably male.
As Europe continues to open up, keeping COVID-19 safely in the rearview mirror, the lasting legacy of the pandemic may very well lie in the way we work.
Here, Black Swan Capital Europe‘s Edward Mainwaring-Burton discusses ESG (Environmental, Social, Governance) investing.
Those in the Netherlands convicted of alcohol-related offenses will soon be fashioned with a monitoring ankle bracelet.
The Coronavirus may be subsiding in Europe, but its social effects still linger. In the Netherlands, home to some of the world’s best clubs and festivals, this is felt no stronger than on the dancefloor.
Zwarte Piet has been a hot topic in the Netherlands, and around the world, across the last few years.
Life is not all about work and play. It is about compassion and helping others as well. In the Netherlands, there are a variety of ways you can show both. The country is a center for all kinds of organizations that work across a variety of causes.
Last week, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines tested a new, more sustainable way to taxi aircraft to the runway.
Social Media, love it, or hate it it’s here to stay. It is, on one hand, the great aggregator of information (like our channels, of course) and, on the other, a constant reminder of
With the outbreak of COVID-19, many things are surely not the same as they have been before it. There is volatility in the markets, unemployment, rampant myths, and a general sense of unease about this being the “new normal”.