The Economic Team of the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands deals with Economy, Trade, Investment and Agriculture between the Netherlands and the United Kingdom. You will find representatives based at the Embassy in London and Manchester.
Doing business in the Netherlands.
The Netherlands Foreign Investment Agency (NFIA) is part of the Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs, and facilitates direct investments of foreign companies in the Netherlands. NFIA assists companies by providing advice, information and practical assistance, quickly and on a confidential basis, as well as access to a broad network of business partners and government institutions, all free of charge. Read more via the link on the left, or visit the website of the NFIA.
Doing business in the UK
The Economic & Agricultural Department of the Netherlands Embassy in London together with the Netherlands Business Support Office in Manchester assists Dutch companies looking for market opportunities in the United Kingdom. We do this by providing reliable market information, answering specific trade questions and offering a local network. We also work to actively recognise trade opportunities and possible investment opportunities. From London and Manchester we support Dutch economic interests by monitoring and reporting on with Britain's macro-economic and trade policy.
Netherlands Business Support Office in Manchester supports all companies in the Netherlands looking to do business in the Northern region of the United Kingdom (all north of Birmingham: Leeds – Liverpool – Sheffield – Newcastle – Manchester) The Economic & Agriculture department in London also edits HollandUKTrade, an online platform for Dutch companies doing business in the UK.
For any Dutch companies interested in market opportunities in Ireland please contact the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Dublin.