Doing business in the Netherlands offers many rewards. Strategically located, with access to 95% of Europe’s most lucrative consumer markets, the Netherlands is recognized as a world-class business destination. The Dutch economy is ranked as the 17th largest in the world, is a major player in European trade, and is ranked by Forbes as the No. 4 “Best Countries for Business” in the world.
The Dutch business culture is characterized by a supportive corporate tax structure and wide network of tax treaties, a highly educated multilingual workforce, and superior logistics and technology infrastructure.
These factors, combined with uncertainty about Brexit, is causing many companies to relocate to the Dutch market, which is expected to be at the center of European financial trading post-Brexit.
- However, if you’re considering doing business in the Netherlands, you’ll encounter strict new international business regulations enforced by the Netherlands government; unique entity and filing requirements; and even cultural differences.
With our global footprint, CT Corporation delivers the experience, knowledge, and relationships you need to guide you through the nuances of doing business in the Netherlands while staying compliant.
Check out our Country Guide to the Netherlands to learn more.