The Netherlands retains its No. 1 ranking in the fourth edition of DHL’s Global Connectedness Index (GCI) The post The Netherlands is the World’s Most Connected Country appeared first on Dutch Daily News.
Amsterdam and Airbnb today announced a new pioneering agreement to promote responsible and sustainable home sharing and combat illegal hotels. Amsterdam was one of the first cities in the world to introduce a progressive and innovative policy towards home sharing while ensuring that homes remain homes. Under these rules, Amsterdam citizens are allowed to share […]
While many towns and cities are switching on their Christmas illuminations, City of Light Eindhoven has taken its lighting displays to a whole new dimension. Ever year it holds a festival of light in art and architecture. This year GLOW festival celebrates its 11th anniversary of innovative 3-D light sculptures. The festival is taking place […]
The Mayor of Amsterdam opened Europe’s highest swings on the observation deck of A’DAM Tower, a unique attraction part of A’DAM LOOKOUT. The post Europe’s Highest Swings Opened in Amsterdam appeared first on Dutch Daily News.
A 66 million-year-old Tyrannosaurus rex fossil flew today from Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport to the Netherlands on KLM Royal Dutch Airlines flight 612. The post A 66-million-year-old T. Rex to fly from Chicago to Amsterdam appeared first on Dutch Daily News.
The Hague gains a tourist attraction: Europe’s first Ferris wheel constructed over sea. The post Europe’s First Ferris Wheel Over Sea Opened on The Pier in Scheveningen appeared first on Dutch Daily News.
Randstad To Acquire Monster Worldwide To Transform The Way People And Jobs Connect The post Randstad To Acquire Monster Worldwide appeared first on Dutch Daily News.
VU University Medical Center Amsterdam Collaborates with IBM to Enhance Communication between Healthcare Professionals with Analytics The post Leading Dutch healthcare organization adopts IBM MobileFirst for iOS apps to enable teams of employees to better collaborate appeared first on Dutch Daily News.
The Dutch economy is projected to grow by 1.7% this year. Next year, this will be 1.6%, whereas last June, CPB Netherlands Bureau for Economic Policy Analysis predicted a 2.1% growth for 2017. The underlying recovery of the economy is progressing, but the uncertainty following the UK Brexit referendum, in the short term, will have […]