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    • 21 Apr 2020
    • 24 Apr 2020
    • RAI, Amsterdam

    Target Audience: For-profit SMEs incorporated in Canada. They should have previous experience in commercializing technology and the capacity to co-develop technology with Dutch partners
    Sector: Automotive, information and communications technologies

    Are you planning to attend Intertraffic 2020 – the largest event for traffic professionals in the world? To align with this opportunity, the Embassy of Canada in The Netherlands is organizing a Canadian Smart Mobility R&D Mission on 21-24 April, 2020 in Amsterdam.

    The smart mobility sector is a key economic driver in both Canada and The Netherlands. With their strong R&D expertise and capacity in the sector, Canadian companies are well positioned to partner with leading Dutch companies and R&D centers to increase their global competitiveness and access new markets. The mission will focus on introducing Canadian SMEs to potential Dutch partners for industrial R&D collaboration.

    Register to take part in the mission by contacting trade commissioner, Caroline Bolduc to request an application form. 

    For funding information consult the CanExport Innovation website.

    Why your organization should participate:

    • Gain insights and market intelligence
    • Increase visibility of your product or service
    • Meet key commercial entities, industry players, and potential buyers, investors and/or partners
    • Participate in networking events
    • Participate in pre-organized business to business meetings
    • Pitch your product /service to selected audiences
    • Receive on-the-ground assistance from the Canadian Trade Commissioner Service

    Trade Commissioner(s) involvement:

    Activities organized by the Trade Commissioner Service

    • Business-to-business meetings
    • Networking event
    • Seminar
    • Site visits

    Trade Commissioner, Caroline Bolduc specializes in Science, Technology and Innovation for the Dutch market and can provide information on this and other local events that you are considering, as well as advice on business development in the region. Services from the Canadian Trade Commissioner Service are offered free of charge to Canadian companies and organizations.

    • 21 Apr 2020
    • 11:00 - 12:00
    • Conference Call
    Register

    Save the Date

    Due to circumstances beyond our control, our Annual General Meeting and Company visit will not take place this year. Instead, we will hold our formal AGM for voting members only via conference call.

    All documents and voting proxies will be sent to voting members by email.

    For any questions, please contact the office.

    • 23 Apr 2020
    • 24 Apr 2020
    • RoboHouse, Delft

    RoboCrops is a key event that seeks to accelerate the development of robotics in greenhouse horticulture with hackathons, presentations and matchmaking. Global leaders in the field of robotics in this sector will be gathering in the Netherlands on 23 and 24 April for the first edition.

    The annual event brings high-tech companies and universities together with growers and investors in the Westland and Delft. Professionals and students will be challenged to the limit in the extensive programme packed with hackathons, informative sessions and matchmaking which are taking place simultaneously at World Horti Center Naaldwijk and RoboHouse/TU Delft.

    Accelerating Robotics

    The aim of RoboCrops is to speed up the development of robotics in greenhouse horticulture. RoboCrops therefore focuses on both the hardware – sensors, robot arms, grippers, autonomous vehicles – and the decision-supporting software required to control the robots. Robots or robot components can be classified into three areas during RoboCrops. These are “Sense” (sensors with which the robot observes the environment), “Think” (processing the data from sensors, often using Artificial Intelligence/Augmented Reality) and “Act” (performing an action, such as cutting leaves or picking vegetables or cut flowers).

    Growers, Tech Companies and Students

    Growers can attend a programme at World Horti Center on 23 April which will provide them with an extensive and in-depth presentation of the latest developments in robotics for greenhouse horticulture. Tech companies and universities will be able to demonstrate what the technical possibilities and challenges are on 24 April.

    On both days students will be working in RoboHouse in Delft during a major hackathon organised by TU Delft and WUR. During that hackathon they will apply their expertise to various challenges, and thereby help accelerate developments in the field of robotics. On 24 April they will be pitching their hacks to a professional jury at World Horti Center. The programme also provides opportunities for matchmaking between various parties.

    Initiative

    RoboCrops is an initiative by InnovationQuarter, Province of Zuid-Holland, World Horti Center, TU Delft, Greenport West-Holland and RoboHouse Delft.
    For more information please contact info@robocrops.tech.


    • 02 May 2020
    • (EDT)
    • 16 May 2020
    • (EDT)
    • Goesbeek Canadian War Cemetery

    Liberation and remembrance activities for the 75th anniversary of the liberation of the eastern part of the Netherlands will take place in Groesbeek from 2 to 16 May 2020.

    During the event called "Faces of Groesbeek", photos will be placed at the graves of the Canadian Soldiers for which Faces To Graves already has a photo. The opening ceremony will take place in the afternoon of 2 May (TBC).

    If you have a photo or information about one of the soldiers buried at Groesbeek, please contact: info@facestograves.nl

    In order to make this event possible, you can take part in the ‘Donate a photo’ promotion. €10 or $15 for one photo, and deposit your contribution as follows:
    IBAN: NL78 ABNA 0592 2443 93
    BIC/Swift: ABNANL2A
    ST FACES TO CANADIAN
    Quoting "May 2020 NCCC"

    For more information, visit https://www.facestograves.nl/


    • 11 May 2020
    • 15 May 2020
    • Toronto, Canada

    Is your company active in the field of innovative plant-based foods and do you want to explore international collaborations and markets? Then the Protein Trade Mission to Canada is an opportunity for you. The mission includes a visit to the world-leading Plant-Based Foods & Protein Ingredients Summit in Toronto, company visits and introductions in the protein sector in Canada. This unique Summit will enable brands to validate their strategies and develop new opportunities with key partners, retailers, and food-service channels.

    The demand for plant-based foods is increasing and there are many opportunities for technology providers, food producers, retailers, food service operators, and brands to serve the consumer better and more inspiring foods. Consumers are also seeking more healthy and sustainable diets and they are increasing their plant-based foods intake.Do you want to get to know the Canadian market business ecosystem? Or are you already active in North America and would you like to expand your network? Come and join us in the Dutch Protein Trade Mission to Canada. The 5-day trade mission includes visits to inspiring companies as well as networking events with possible trade partners.Bridge2Food

    Plant-Based Foods & Protein Ingredients Summit

    Two days of the trip will be dedicated to the Bridge2Food 15th Plant-Based Foods & Protein Ingredients Summit North-America. The Summit, held in Toronto, offers companies with a focus on protein an excellent platform to showcase their brand, launch new products and expand relationships with Canadian partners. During the Summit, companies have the opportunity to connect with food producers, growers, breeders, investors, research institutes and the government.

    General information

    Participation in this Protein Trade Mission is free-of-charge, but registration through the form is required. Travel and accommodation costs are to be paid by the participant.

    Organization

    This trade mission is organized by Oost NL as lead partner of GO4EXPORT, in collaboration with RVO, Trade & Innovate NL Network, Embassy of Canada to the Netherlands, Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands and Consulate General in Canada, Bridge2Food, The Protein Cluster and Foodvalley.

    More information

    Would you like to know more about the mission? Please

    check the attached sheet or

    go to www.go4export.nl/canada or

    contact Belqis Askaryar, project manager Trade Development at Oost NL.
    +31 (0) 6 149 795 34
    belqis.askaryar@oostnl.n

    • 26 May 2020
    • 13:30 - 16:30
    • HOOFDSTRAAT 14, 3100 AA SCHIEDAM, HOLLAND
    Register

    Save The Date!

    Join us as we tour the historic Nolets Distillery.

    For 325 years, the Nolet family has been testing and monitoring the flavour and quality of everything that leaves the Nolet Distillery: Ketel One Vodka, KETEL1 Jenever and NOLET’S Gin. For eleven generations, they have been successfully combining aged traditions and modern techniques so as to guarantee the flavour and quality of every bottle. The nine forefathers of the current generations passed on the secret family recipes from father to son. Every Nolet has been noting down new ideas and findings in journals. These journals, containing the recipes, are kept in a safe and only one Nolet per generation has held the key to that safe. A member of the family still approves each spirit run for the flavour and quality, derived from generations of expertise.


    Now available in Canada, the gin and vodka can be enjoyed by our colleagues overseas, even if they can't join us on this historic tour.

    Registration is currently only open to members (due to number restrictions). It will be open to our friends & associates nearer the time, depending on availability. Members wishing to bring guests should contact the office.

    • 22 Jun 2020
    • 25 Jun 2020
    • Global Livestreaming

    Join us at Collision, wherever you are in the world

    Given the uncertainty facing a large number of public events around the world due to the progression of Covid-19, we have made the very difficult decision to postpone Collision from physically taking place until June 2021.

    Times may be uncertain, but one thing remains true. There’s a simple power in people coming together.

    We've decided to launch Collision from Home

    Think of it like working from home: Collision from Home attendees will participate from wherever they are in the world, livestreaming talks from tech CEOs, international policymakers and global cultural figures. They’ll chat and connect with each other through the bespoke Collision from Home app and they’ll engage with some of the world’s most influential companies and fastest growing startups. 

    We’ve built our own software over many years, which drives all our events. Though the software was originally built to enhance attendees’ offline experience, we believe we can develop it to a point where we can host Collision 2020 online.

    We’re true believers in the magic of real-world meetings. We also think we can bring some of that magic online. 

    We’ll share more details about Collision from Home soon. If you are interested in being a part of Collision from Home 2020, please register your interest by clicking below.

    REGISTER YOUR INTEREST

    • 23 Jul 2020
    • 25 Jul 2020
    • Enercare Center, Toronto

    MeatEx Canada, as the only specialized trade fair dedicated to the meat industry in Toronto, is offering up a complete range of meat products, meat-related machinery, equipment and technology, which meet the following needs: MEAT PRODUCING,  MEAT PROCESSING,  MEAT RETAILING,  MEAT SERVICE



    AT MeatEx Canada, thanks to our clear vision and well-defined strategies, everything revolves around the most valuable of all foodstuffs: MEAT. For three days, the most important ways the meat industry is moving into the future will be highlighted in this exhibition.


    MeatEx is the confluence of industry and product. The whole chain of production, packaging, distribution, warehousing, and sales of red meat, poultry, seafood, and processed meat products will be presented in this fair. From high tech processing facilities to the newest packaging trends and food safety to the growing expectations of meat quality, the exhibitors will be showcasing innovative solutions to the demands of the meat-processing industry and the butchers’ trade.

    Canada's slaughtering and meat-processing sector comprises livestock slaughter and carcass dressing, secondary processors that manufacture and package meat products for retail sale, and purveyors that prepare portion-ready cuts for hotel, restaurant and institutional food service. Products include fresh, chilled or frozen meats and edible offal (i.e. organ meats); cured meats; fresh and cooked sausage; canned meat preparations; animal oils and fats; and products such as bone and meat meal. Meat processing is one of Canada's largest single manufacturing industries and the largest employer in the food-manufacturing group. It was among the earliest food industries to develop mass production technologies geared toward international markets.

    This exhibition will be the foremost innovation platform to bring together all key international players from the meat industry, retail trade and butcher's trade in Toronto.

    For more information, visit www.MeatExCanada.com

    • 24 Sep 2020
    • 18:30
    • Official Residence of the Canadian Ambassador to the Netherlands
    • 18
    Register

    This exclusive event is only open to Patron members in good standing. The invitation will be sent from the Embassy to our regular contact. However, another member of your company may attend instead (upon prior written agreement).

    The dinner will be hosted by the Canadian Ambassador to the Netherlands, at her Official Residence. The NCCC Board will also be in attendance. More details will follow directly from the Canadian Embassy.

    Please register here or let me know if you are coming so that we can capture the numbers for catering.

    I look forward to seeing you there.

    Julie



    • 05 Oct 2020
    • 07 Oct 2020
    • Toronto, Canada

    Canada hosts leading medical technology conference


    North America’s largest medical technology conference, The MedTech Conference, will bring more than 1,400 companies and 3,000 delegates from 40 countries to Toronto from October 5‑7, 2020. This marks the first time the conference will be held outside of the United States.

    Toronto city

    “This is a strong vote of confidence from U.S. industry representatives and a critical opportunity to showcase Canada’s leadership in medical technology,” says Allan Edwards, Trade Commissioner and Industry Liaison (Medical Technologies) at Global Affairs Canada.

    Canada has the eighth largest medical technology industry in the world, valued at US $6.8 billion and comprising more than 1,500 companies. Toronto sits at the midpoint of North America’s second largest life sciences corridor and is home to 16 of the world’s top 25 medical technology companies, making it a strategic choice for the 2020 MedTech Conference.

    “This is an opportunity to highlight the tremendous things happening in the Canadian medtech marketplace—the world‑class R&D, advanced manufacturing, innovative start‑up scene—and to really show the world that Canada is one of the best places for medtech investment and research,” says Brian Lewis, President and CEO of MedTech Canada. “For companies looking to grow their business, explore partnerships or find investment opportunities, the level of access cannot be understated.”

    When
    October 5‑7, 2020

    Where
    Metro Toronto Convention Centre, 255 Front St. W., Toronto, Ontario

    Who should attend
    Representatives from the medical technology industry, including CEOs, executive management, regulatory affairs, legal, healthcare compliance, sales and government relations.

    Registration and more information
    Website: themedtechconference.com
    Email: conferenceinfo@advamed.org

    The Canadian Trade Commissioner Service (TCS) will be on hand to make warm introductions to potential international partners and facilitate B2B meetings. Attendees can choose from more than 100 sessions and presentations delivered by close to 400 speakers.

    “The conference agenda is packed with speeches and panels led by industry experts speaking about regulatory changes worldwide, new technological synergies, marketing strategies and any other important global developments,” adds Edwards.

    Montreal‑based digital health firm Chronometriq attends MedTech every year to generate sales leads and meet partners. Founded in 2012, Chronometriq has developed technology platforms that improve access to healthcare, reduce wait times and help clinics operate more efficiently at lower cost.

    Chronometriq is expanding in the U.S. thanks to its participation in the Canadian Technology Accelerator in Boston and its partnership with the U.S. healthcare data giant Ellkay. The company recently raised $20 million in series B funding to fuel growth in North America and beyond.

    “We started out as five guys in a garage, so our growth has been about building partnerships with big companies,” says Rem Richard, Head of Growth and Co‑Founder at Chronometriq. “MedTech gives us the opportunity to talk to big players and showcase our products. It has a huge return on investment for us.”

    “It’s great that they’re holding the next MedTech in Toronto. The quality of Canadian healthcare start‑ups is certainly at the international level,” says Richard. “MedTech is an excellent opportunity for international investors to spot promising Canadian companies. The event promises to be mutually beneficial for companies across Canada, the U.S. and beyond.”

    • 07 Oct 2020
    • 08 Oct 2020
    • De Beursfabriek, Nieuwegein

    The Global Marketplace for Medicinal & Aromatic Plants

    • 4th edition of MAP-Expo
    • Date: 07 & 08 October 2019
    • Venue: De Beursfabriek, Nieuwegein (Utrecht), The Netherlands

    MAP-Expo – Global Marketplace for Medicinal & Aromatic plants, is an international platform for the whole supply chain of MAPs. Due to the increasing demand for natural products, it is necessary to boost the production of MAPs. MAP-Expo is about establishing a network for current and future business, closing deals and sharing knowledge about the developments of MAPs.

    In the coming years, medicinal and aromatic crops will be used more often to replace existing chemical and pharmaceutical solutions. One can think of commonly used medicines for humans and animals, crop protection and the food industry. A good way of upgrading your farm is to start growing, collecting and processing local (indigenous) medicinal and aromatic plants.

    The MAP EXPO is the first international event that focuses on the whole production of plants: raw materials (plants, herbs, spices, teas, seaweed etc.), plant extracts (essential oils, resins, medical/aromatic contents), herbal consumer products (OTC drugs, cosmetics, supplements), and machinery to produce the herbal products.

    In addition to the Expo, there will be a series of seminars. The seminars will be organized for global growers, traders and processors of aromatic and medicinal plants. For the complete seminar program, please check the website below regularly.

    Register also for an international matchmaking event focused on making connections in the full supply chains of medicinal & aromatic plants (MAP). Matchmaking is organized by Enterprise Europe Network and is included in the entrance fee. 

    More info:www.map-expo.com 

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    • 07 Oct 2020
    • 08 Oct 2020
    • Niagara Falls, ON, Canada

    The Canadian Greenhouse Conference.

    This is an annual conference, which takes places every year in October in Niagara Falls, Ontario. Every year about 30 Dutch companies from the greenhouse industry attend this conference to learn about new developments in the greenhouse industry, as well as take part in the many educational sessions offered. This is an excellent exhibition to meet Dutch distributors in Canada and learn more about the greenhouse industry as a whole.

    About CGC

    The Canadian Greenhouse Conference is a not-for-profit corporation and Canada’s foremost event and connection point for commercial growers of crops produced in a controlled environment. The conference attracts growers from across North America, gathers experts from around the world and showcases innovative production techniques, research, products and technology. 

    With a steady record of growth, the CGC Board of Directors and Trade Fair Committee are committed to presenting a world-class industry event.  

    Research Funding

    The Canadian Greenhouse Conference, with its registered not-for-profit status, uses any excess revenues from the annual conference to fund research, education and extension projects to support and improve the Canadian greenhouse industry.

    • The emphasis for a proposal is on production and management of greenhouse crops and should address research, educational and extension needs as determined by any of the provinces in Canada.
    • An independent review committee assesses each application against the specific criteria (included in the application form) and makes recommendations to the Canadian Greenhouse Conference Board of Directors.
    • Applications are accepted twice a year from not-for-profit entities.  Proposals must be received by April 15th or November 15th and addressed to:

    Canadian Greenhouse Conference
    Carol Pupo
    Executive Coordinator
    P.O. Box 11, Jordan Station ON, L0R 1S0
    Tel: 905-892-9851
    Fax: 1-888-437-6161
    E-mail: Carol@CanadianGreenhouseConference.com

     

    • 01 Apr 2022
    • 31 Oct 2022

    Expo 2022 Floriade Almere will be the 7th International Horticultural Expo in the Netherlands. For six months, the attention to the theme ‘Growing Green Cities’ will be focused on the cities of the future. Visitors will have a unique and meaningful experience: during the expo they will be invited to ‘explore, touch and change’.

    This expo will be the start of a new city district close to Amsterdam in the Netherlands called Almere. Almost everything that will be built for the exhibition will become a permanent part of the legacy of Almere. The structures will remain and become part of the community for future activities.

    The Earth has seven billion inhabitants and growing, and more than fifty percent live in cities. By 2050, this percentage will have increased to nearly seventy percent. With continued and relentless urbanisation, we have no option but to look for new ways to keep our cities safe, healthy and attractive and to find a better balance between ‘grey’ and ‘green’ infrastructure. We invite the world to join us and to contribute to our theme: Growing Green Cities.

    Within this context, four sub-themes are explored:

    Green: Parks – vertical green on buildings and green structures make cities more attractive and resilient;

    Food:Food habits, -production, -waste, -safety and food security solutions;

    Health:The contribution of green structures to a healthy living environment as well as the
    contribution made by green spaces to the physical and mental vitality of the citizens;

    Energy:Finding solutions to address sustainable energy, heat stress and climate adaptation, as well as the contribution of green spaces for a liveable city.

    Food production plays a major role in the green city of the future. The question is, what role can agriculture and horticulture play in accelerating this vision? The Netherlands is the second largest food producer worldwide, which is special given its small area for growing. This makes the Netherlands a hotspot for potential agricultural and horticultural innovations.

    Floriade will open its doors for six months from: April-October 2022.

Past events

17 Mar 2020 Celebrating 75 years of Freedom and Friendship through the Arts
16 Mar 2020 Taste of Canada
10 Mar 2020 Urbanisation Forum
10 Mar 2020 Health Valley Event 2020
05 Mar 2020 Francophonie 2020
05 Mar 2020 La Bande-Dessinée francophone, un art engagé
16 Feb 2020 CORONOVA Q Easy Listening Jazz
12 Feb 2020 Global Investor Forum by Innovation Quarter
10 Feb 2020 Globe 2020
29 Jan 2020 Bedrijvenmiddag Ambassadeursconferentie 2020
15 Jan 2020 Soft Landing Platform for Cyber, Defense, and Security Technologies in The Hague
14 Jan 2020 New Year Kick-off and Networking
09 Dec 2019 Business Week Noord-Amerika
26 Nov 2019 Annual Luncheon and Award Ceremony 2019
14 Nov 2019 Legal Seminar
13 Nov 2019 VR Days Europe 2019
12 Nov 2019 Canada-EU CETA Civil Society Forum Programme
07 Nov 2019 BREXIT; DEAL OR NO DEAL?!!
04 Nov 2019 Economic forecast and business opportunities between Canada and the European Union
31 Oct 2019 Women’s Pitch Event Amsterdam
27 Oct 2019 Memorial Day of Canada in the Netherlands
23 Oct 2019 2019 Business Elite's "40 under 40" Summit
17 Oct 2019 ICC Netherlands Seminar on Trade Controls
09 Oct 2019 MAP Expo 2019
09 Oct 2019 World Summit AI
07 Oct 2019 NordicTalks2019 - Artificial Intelligence
20 Sep 2019 Benefits And Loopholes Of EU-CANADA CETA: 2 Years On
19 Sep 2019 Visit of Mayor Jim Watson of Ottawa
17 Sep 2019 2019 Patrons Dinner
16 Sep 2019 Visit of Mayor Jim Watson of Ottawa
13 Sep 2019 NBCC – CADS Golf Tournament and Dinner
10 Sep 2019 DutchPhotonicsEvent
07 Sep 2019 Embassy Festival - The Hague
26 Jun 2019 Webinar: How to Export to Canada & Benefit from CETA
26 Jun 2019 Agri Food Innovation Event - Venlo
18 Jun 2019 Rehabilitation & Smart Aging Health Technologies - Dutch Trade Mission to Canada
18 Jun 2019 Handelsmissie naar Canada: Rehabilitation & Smart Aging Health Technologies
11 Jun 2019 GreenTech Amsterdam 2019
01 Jun 2019 In the Age of Rembrandt at the Royal Ontario Museum
29 May 2019 Plant Protein Ingredients Summit 2019 - Saskatoon
22 May 2019 International European Entrepreneurial Region Conference
20 May 2019 COLLISION 2019, TORONTO
23 Apr 2019 NCCC 2019 Annual General Meeting
23 Apr 2019 Briefing Event for Collision 2019 - Toronto
28 Mar 2019 Handel met Canada en de voordelen van CETA
07 Mar 2019 Ryerson University Lecture by Dutch Architect Sandor Naus
24 Feb 2019 RC Show - Toronto
22 Feb 2019 Behind The Scenes - Meet The Dancers and Artistic Director - Backbone
19 Feb 2019 2019 Invest in Holland Luncheon
14 Feb 2019 The 2019 Dutch Economy and Investment Climate
31 Jan 2019 New Year Kick-off and Networking Borrel
24 Jan 2019 Backbone - Dance From Canada
15 Jan 2019 Circular Economy Summit
08 Jan 2019 DUTCH START UPS @ CES Las Vegas
07 Dec 2018 Spirit Tasting Event for Professionals
30 Nov 2018 Informatiebijeenkomst innovatieve land- en tuinbouw in Canada
26 Nov 2018 Netwerkevent Road2USA&CanadaXL
13 Nov 2018 Annual Luncheon 2018
06 Nov 2018 Tap Into Canada at the Lisbon Web Summit
01 Nov 2018 Auditing With Artificial Intelligence - Canadian Speaker
23 Oct 2018 28 Grams of Happiness & Dutch Design Week Tour
22 Oct 2018 Ontario Water Innovation Week and World Water-Tech North America Summit
17 Oct 2018 Meet The Canadians In Aviation: Networking Reception At MRO Europe 2018
11 Oct 2018 NordicTalks event - Diversity & Inclusion
11 Oct 2018 Discover the Artificial Intelligence Advantages of Canada
03 Oct 2018 MAP Expo 2018
02 Oct 2018 Join the Canadian mission to Cyber Security Week (CSW)
30 Sep 2018 Photonics Application Week - Eindhoven
26 Sep 2018 Nationaal Vertical Farming Symposium
25 Sep 2018 2018 Patrons Dinner
20 Sep 2018 Interessante Event van de Swiss Business Club
19 Sep 2018 ICC seminar 'conflicts in the construction and engineering sector'
14 Sep 2018 Golf Tournament
13 Sep 2018 Prepare your company for Brexit
13 Sep 2018 Meet Canadian companies during IBC
13 Sep 2018 Canadian Health Food Association - East
27 Jun 2018 ICC Seminar - Mediation in zakelijke geschillen
20 Jun 2018 2018 Canadian Water Summit
14 Jun 2018 ICC Seminar - Sanctions, Export Controls and Logistics
11 Jun 2018 “The 4th industrial revolution - DLT 101 (aka blokchain)”
09 Jun 2018 Jubilee concert for the Centennial of the Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra
30 May 2018 Fluevog Shoes - Opening VIP Party with Canadian John Fluevog
17 May 2018 CSCMP 2018 European Conference
19 Apr 2018 Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Yannick Nézet-Séguin
18 Apr 2018 OpenText Innovation Tour 2018
17 Apr 2018 High Tech Campus Tour and Company Visit
28 Mar 2018 International Matchmaking at Limburg Unlimited
28 Mar 2018 Foreign Direct Investment: extra energy for economic expansion (E4)
23 Mar 2018 Yannick Nézet-Séguin and the Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra
20 Mar 2018 Think Canada Global Business Summit
14 Mar 2018 Achieving a Business-friendly Environment in the EU
12 Mar 2018 DISCOVER THE BENEFITS OF CETA FOR YOUR BUSINESS
08 Mar 2018 Cirque du Soleil presents OVO in Antwerp
06 Mar 2018 Food & beverage missie voor de cruise sector
22 Feb 2018 Canadian Food Health Association Expo 2018
15 Feb 2018 The Swedish Chamber and Young Professionals Entrepreneurs Café
06 Feb 2018 ISE (Integrated Systems Europe) 2018
01 Feb 2018 NCCC VIP Presentation & 2018 Kick-off
24 Jan 2018 Dual Citizenship - Being Undutched
18 Jan 2018 Nederlands Paviljoen op de Polagra Premiery 2018
08 Jan 2018 HORECAVA
01 Jan 2018 Canadese Inuit Kunst
04 Dec 2017 Canada Mission - Holland International Distribution Council
24 Nov 2017 Go Abroad Fair in the Netherlands
17 Nov 2017 Annual Luncheon
08 Nov 2017 Hurricane Irma Relief - Charity Event for St. Maarten
06 Nov 2017 Road2NorthAmerica XL
28 Oct 2017 Innovatiemissie Smart Mobility naar VS en Canada
03 Oct 2017 European Utility Week
02 Oct 2017 Economische Missie Naar Canada
29 Sep 2017 WORLD OF TASTE Tourism and Gastronomy Festival
28 Sep 2017 Special VIP event - Mr. Pierre-Marc Johnson
26 Sep 2017 Agricultural Bioscience International Conference
15 Sep 2017 Sofian Audry and Samuel St-Aubin present their installation VESSELS
14 Sep 2017 IBC 2017
12 Sep 2017 Webinar – European Union (EU) General Data Protection Regulation Masterclass
08 Sep 2017 Exhibition - The Other Architect
01 Sep 2017 Embassy Festival
23 Jul 2017 BIO World Congress on Industrial Biotechnology and Bioprocessing
10 Jul 2017 Enterprise World 2017
06 Jul 2017 Workshop CETA: Handel met Canada en voordelen van CETA
06 Jul 2017 Handel met Canada en de voordelen van CETA
05 Jul 2017 Cirque Éloize’s newest creation - Saloon
29 Jun 2017 Canada: Reaching Across the Pond in Times of Change
26 Jun 2017 The European Institute of Retailing and Services Studies (EIRASS) 2017 Conference
15 Jun 2017 Navigating Changing EU Data Privacy Regulations and Compliance Challenges
15 Jun 2017 “The World Needs More Canada”? Changes and Challenges in Contemporary Canadian Culture and Society
13 Jun 2017 Global Petroleum Show
12 Jun 2017 Starting your international business with Road2TheWorld
04 Jun 2017 Dutch Tall Ships Sail to Canada
01 Jun 2017 Cybersecurity - it affects you and here is how and why
31 May 2017 Managing compliance risks; know your customer & due diligence
18 May 2017 NCCC Young Professionals & Entrepreneurs – After Work In Rotterdam
12 May 2017 Canadian Tulip Festival
08 May 2017 Cyber Security Networking Reception
07 May 2017 Viering 150 jaar Canada / Gelderland Meets Canada
06 May 2017 The Canada 150 TD Environmental Design Competition Final
02 May 2017 SIAL Canada with EU Business Delegation
19 Apr 2017 International Robotics Week
12 Apr 2017 Company Visit & NCCC AGM
29 Mar 2017 MAP-EXPO. The Global Marketplace for Medicinal & Aromatic Plants
22 Mar 2017 The Rural Summit 2017
16 Mar 2017 Canadian singer Melissa Lauren at jazzcafé Regentenkamer
16 Feb 2017 Innovation for Health 2017
11 Feb 2017 Emigration Expo 2017 Houten
09 Feb 2017 Cyber Security Awareness
06 Feb 2017 Integrated Systems Europe 2017
10 Jan 2017 NCCC New Years Cocktail Reception
06 Dec 2016 CETA Seminar: What Does It Mean For You?
04 Dec 2016 Innovatiemissie e-Health Toronto & Boston
08 Nov 2016 NCCC Annual Luncheon 2016
08 Nov 2016 TCI Global Conference - Global Changes - Challenges for Innovation Clusters
07 Nov 2016 Canadian ISP Summit
05 Nov 2016 IamExpat Fair
19 Oct 2016 Think Canada: Global Business Summit
23 Sep 2016 Bosch Dreams - Until 4th November
19 Sep 2016 Global Forum
19 Sep 2016 Green Building Festival
12 Sep 2016 Toronto International Film Festival Premieres 2 Dutch Film Directors
08 Sep 2016 International Broadcasting Convention 2016
24 Jun 2016 Hightech en Agrifood in Canada
23 Jun 2016 La Fête nationale du Québec à Bruxelles / De nationale feestdag van Québec in Brussel
23 Jun 2016 Canadian Water Summit
17 Jun 2016 Building your Business in the Netherlands
14 Jun 2016 Cybersecurity and Anti-Bribery - Are you secure? Do you comply?
08 Jun 2016 Canada Summit
07 Jun 2016 Canada Green Building Council Conference
22 May 2016 Trade Mission: Toronto & Winnipeg
18 May 2016 Blue Cities 2016
09 May 2016 Flavours of British Columbia
19 Apr 2016 Annual General Meeting Only
19 Apr 2016 Annual General Meeting & Air Canada Company Visit
02 Feb 2016 Building your Business in Canada: Opportunities in Soft Landing

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