Newsletter June 2016
As suggested at the AGM, most of you get a lot of email that you don't have time to read but you would appreciate an occasional update from the NCCC. We will therefore start to send out such an email on a bi-monthly basis. Please let us know what you think; not just on the content but also the format and frequency.
Upcoming NCCC Events
Cybersecurity & Anti-bribery seminar - 14th June 2016 - Rotterdam
This event will feature 2 presentations. Do you use free wifi at hotels and airports when travelling? See how easy it is to hack into your mobile phone and then experience a real cyber-security attack. When is a business gift considered a bribe? No matter how big or small your company, you need to protect yourself. Click here for more information and registration. We would like to thank Patron member CGI for hosting this great event.
Canadian Launch of Building your Business in the Netherlands - 17th June 2016 - Toronto
This is a chance for Canadian companies to learn key information about opportunities to expand their business in the Netherlands. All delegates attending will be entered into a lucky draw for chance to win a complimentary Air Canada ticket to Europe and vouchers to the Maple Leaf Lounge. For more information about the program click here or sign up directly now!
CETA Seminar: What's in it for me?
The CETA event has been moved to 20th September 2016. We need a host and venue for this event. Please advise if you are interested in hosting.
We are working on ongoing improvements to our website: www.nccc.trade. We have added new functionality that allows you to update your profile and make other changes directly. If you need help logging in, please let us know. For those of you who attended the AGM, you can also find pictures from the Air Canada visit.
One of the new features is a member directory (www.nccc.trade/directory) in which we list all our members. This is only open to other members to see. Please let us know if you have any objection to your organization being listed. Should this be the case, we will of course refrain from publicizing your details.
Furthermore, there is the possibility to make additional information available to the public and the Canadian Embassy in a sort of 'Suppliers Directory'. This would include information such as your web address, a short organization description, service offered and contact details. If you would like to make use of this option, please send us the information you would like to share with the public and we will adjust your profile accordingly.
Articles of Incorporation
Since many of our members have a limited knowledge of the Dutch language, we have made an official translation of the Articles from Dutch to English. You will find it on the website or you can download it here.
Last but not least, please add the extension of this email address to your list of 'safe senders' to make sure you will receive future email correspondence that is sent through our website.
Thank you for supporting the Netherlands-Canada Chamber of Commerce. We look forward to hearing your feedback and meeting you at one of our upcoming events.