Dutch businesses

Robot
Nov 1 '17 09:37

Dutch companies are finally again investing more money into research and development. In 2017 R&D investment will amount to 4.3 percent of revenue, the highest level since 2012, according to figures Erasmus University released on Wednesday. Investment into IT will increase to 4.8 percent of revenue, the highest level since 2009. Last year R&D- and IT investment amounted to 2.1 and 2 percent of revenue respectively, NU.nl reports. 

According to the university, the R&D and IT branches are important indicators of technological innovation.

1024px-Migraine
Sep 7 '15 15:45

Migraines cost Dutch businesses 1.7 billion euros every year, according to calculations by the Dutch Central Bank. About 3 million Dutch people suffer from migraines, with more than 70 thousand people having an attack every day.

Apr 22 '15 13:38

The directors of businesses in the Netherlands are clueless about the risks of cybercrime. There is still a lot of work to be done to keep cyber criminals out.

Lodewijk_Asscher_Senate_of_Poland
Dec 2 '14 11:46

Psychological problems cost Dutch businesses 20 billion euro every year. This includes the costs of care, absenteeism, loss of productivity and disability. The 20 billion euro is about 3 percent of the size of the Dutch economy.

Oct 30 '14 11:03

Various contracts pus a number of statements for intensive cooperation were signed by Dutch and Chinese companies during Minister Lilianne Ploumen 's trade mission to China.

Terrace
Jul 11 '14 13:54

The economic bureau of ING writes that the number of bankruptcies expected in businesses this year will drop with 15 percent to around 8000, compared to around 9400 last year.

Subscribe to