Silicon Valley’s Enquero Selects Holland for European Headquarters
The tech company to invest in The Hague to advance technology innovation
Enquero, a technology solutions company headquartered in Silicon Valley, opened its new European headquarters in The Hague this week. By expanding in the Netherlands, Enquero aims to better serve its European customers. Additionally, the company will leverage Holland’s IT network for R&D innovation.
“The Netherlands has a long history of IT innovation, serving as the birthplace of ground breaking inventions like Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and DVD,” said Hemant Asher, Chief Operating Officer of Enquero. “It is one of the world’s most wired countries and has an unparalleled IT infrastructure and a tech-savvy, multi-cultural and multilingual workforce.”
Enquero’s new headquarters will be the tech company’s second location in the Netherlands. It is already present in Amsterdam. In addition to those operations, The Hague headquarters will advance the company’s sales, marketing and R&D efforts in the European market. By tapping into Holland’s knowledge institutes such as TU Delft, Enquero has begun to secure the talent needed to grow. The company expects to employ 20 employees in The Hague over the next three years.
Expanding in the Netherlands
Enquero not only chose Holland for its top-notch digital infrastructure and rich talent pool, but also for its strategic location. “Being right in the middle of two airports, Schiphol and Rotterdam-The Hague airport, will make it easier to visit our clients who are spread over Europe,” said Vineet Awasthi, Enquero’s VP of Europe who is based in The Hague.
Founded in 2014, Enquero counts industry leaders such as Cisco, Veritas, VMWare, TaylorMade, GAP, AT&T, Paccar, PayPal among its clients.
Finally, the Netherlands’ advanced telecommunications networks are top reasons why businesses invest in the Dutch digital ecosystem.
Source: The Hague Business Agency