Your FDI Partner in the Netherlands
If you are looking to take your business ambitions to the next level, and contribute to smart, sustainable solutions for the future, opportunities await in the Netherlands. The Netherlands Foreign Investment Agency (NFIA) is here to help. Our country offers an excellent business climate for scaling up solutions with impact for the European and global markets.
As an operational unit of the Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate Policy, NFIA helps and advises foreign companies across the various stages of expansion. Our services are free and independent. Consider NFIA your partner, connecting you regionally across the Invest in Holland Network, with the resources and tools needed to make investment decisions.
Strengthening the international ecosystems
The Netherlands is committed to finding and developing sustainable, innovative and digital solutions to global challenges. We welcome foreign companies who contribute to this goal and who are looking to build smart, sustainable solutions for a future we all can enjoy. Our free services provide you with all the information needed to understand how the Netherlands can connect your business to Europe and the world. We provide:
- Current, customized information on the Netherlands, relevant business locations, Dutch legislation and tax regulations, labor law, permit procedures, governmental incentives and much more through in-person or digital meetings.
- Practical solutions that simplify and optimize establishment in the Netherlands.
- Personalized support by NFIA specialists in the agrifood, chemical industry, IT & Tech, high tech systems, life sciences & health, energy and other sectors.
In addition to our headquarters in The Hague, NFIA maintains 26 offices across the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Turkey, the United States of America, Canada, South Africa, Israel, the United Arab Emirates, India, Singapore, Australia, China, Taiwan, South Korea and Japan.
Code of Conduct
In our work we adhere to the different codes that apply to government organizations and their civil servants. These guidelines have been put together in a Code of Conduct for NFIA, which is updated on a regular basis.