Balls Head to Lavender Bay walk

Sunday morning, 7 November 2021 We are excited to finally welcome you again at an event and to re-connect! Join us for a great Sunday morning walk with Sydney’s best harbour views. Come and explore the Lower North Shore with us on Sunday 7 November 2021. This one way 7.1km trail offers stunning views of the Opera House and Harbour Bridge, however the walk isn’t just about theContinue reading “Balls Head to Lavender Bay walk”

Webinar: An Improved Normal – How IT & digitalisation will help all sizes of Australian businesses emerge from COVID stronger

Join us on Tuesday the 13th of April, to learn more about the current Australian IT landscape and its key growth opportunities, hosted by the joint Netherlands Chambers of Commerce in Australia, supported by Austrade and The Digital Technology Taskforce. The focus will be on how IT services & digitalisation will help all sizes ofContinue reading “Webinar: An Improved Normal – How IT & digitalisation will help all sizes of Australian businesses emerge from COVID stronger”

Family Event ‘Magic in the real World’ 2021

Sunday afternoon, 7 March 2021 This event is fully booked and we have opened a waiting list. Please register through the below registration button if you want to join us. Last year we unfortunately had to cancel this event due to extreme heat. That is why are extra excited to re-invite you for this special family event onContinue reading “Family Event ‘Magic in the real World’ 2021”

Family Event ‘Magic in the real World’

Sunday afternoon, 29 November 2020 This event is fully booked and we have opened a waiting list. Please register through the below registration button if you want to join us, we may add an extra session (1pm – 3pm) if there is enough interest! With Christmas and ‘Sinterklaas’ just around the corner, Dutchlink is excitedContinue reading “Family Event ‘Magic in the real World’”

The Dutch Circular Economy strategy and the business case for a Green Recovery

The Netherlands is a global leader in Circular Economy thinking and has as bold vision to transition its economy to 50% circular by 2030 and achieve a full transition by 2050, as indicated by the Dutch prime minister’s visit in 2019 to Australia and Victoria. A prominent player in the World Circular Economy Forum, itContinue reading “The Dutch Circular Economy strategy and the business case for a Green Recovery”