IT Tech The Hague region

IT and Tech


The Hague

New technologies are rapidly changing the world we live in. Artificial Intelligence, sensoring, drones, robots, Big Data analysis, blockchain: it is all going to affect us. As the most ‘wired country’ in the world, The Netherlands can be seen as the digital gateway to Europe.  And within the Netherlands, The Hague is the place to be!

The advanced IT infrastructure and the self-replenishing pool of talented minds of The Hague makes it an ideal location for foreign and national IT, tech & telecom companies to settle and to take advantage of modern technology. Some of the best-known regional institutions such as the Ministry of Economic Affairs and ACM (the Dutch Independent post and telecommunications authority), and international companies such as Siemens, T-Mobile, Huawei, HCL Technologies, Tech Mahindra, and AT&T headquarters are located in The Hague. These companies offer many opportunities to find a job in the IT and Tech sector in The Hague.


Delft is a knowledge-based city, with over seventy local high-tech institutes and enterprises offering plenty of working opportunities. Delft houses, for example, the TU Delft, Delft University of Technology, founded in 1842 as the Royal Academy, one of the best universities for engineering and technology worldwide.

Both TU Delft and Delft city council share a common interest in capitalizing on the available technological knowledge. One of the results of their combined efforts is The Young Entrepreneurs Society, YES!Delft, launched in 2005. YES!Delft offers people who want to start their own technology based businesses (in Dutch, simply referred to as 'technostarters') the perfect environment to learn how to best start up their own companies.