Corporate The Hague region

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Welcome to The Hague region, the place to work together on the innovations and international issues shaping the future! The Hague region is a great place to establish your business. Connections between business, government, and knowledge institutions are easily made, just as cooperation between sectors. Economic sectors such as Energy, Finance & Legal, IT & Mobile, and Security are well-represented in The Hague. If you want to be part of all this, there is a great supporting system to help you find your way in this region. The Hague International Centre is part of this.

What can The Hague International Centre do for you?

The Hague International Centre facilitates international business and organisations by offering a soft landing for international staff relocating to The Hague region. We help your employees settle in by taking care of formalities and providing information about working and living in The Hague region. Our goal is to make your employee feel at home.

We work together with international business, organisations, service providers and the international community to make The Hague region more international-friendly. We stimulate English-language services and work to improve facilities for international talent. In close collaboration with The Hague Business Agency and InnovationQuarter, we help new international companies, start-ups and NGOs set up in The Hague region. The Hague International Centre can help your business with the information and guidance you need to hire international talent.

Latest news
15/07/2021
As Villa Bloom gear up to celebrate 10 years of bilingual childcare, we spoke to Rose Takens, from Marketing Communications, to learn more about their future plans in The Hague region.
08/07/2021
As a new offer to partners of The Hague International Centre, we have created a new section in our monthly newsletter that is distributed to a growing list of 3,000+ subscribers.
03/12/2020
Unit Manager, Maureen Overdevest Maureen has been the interim Unit Manger at The Hague International Centre since December 2019.