Het is weer tijd voor de traditionele ontmoeting op de eerste donderdag van de maand, deze keer op 7 juli. Zoals gebuikelijk in de rustige buitenruimte van restaurant Det5 op Sukhumvit 8 vanaf 19:00 uur. Deze avond vormt een prima gelegenheid om andere Nederlanders die in Thailand verblijven te ontmoeten en onder het genot van een hapje en drankje informatie uit te wisselen.
Op donderdag 30 juni om 09.00 uur start de kaartverkoop voor de bezichtiging van het Paleis Noordeinde en het Koninklijk Staldepartement. Deze zomer zijn het Paleis en Staldepartement een aantal dagen te bezichtigen voor publiek. Toegangskaarten voor het Paleis of de Stallen zijn voor zes euro te bestellen via tickets.paleis-noordeinde.nl. In totaal zijn ongeveer 20.000 kaarten beschikbaar.
Tientallen mensen zijn gisteravond om het leven gekomen bij de aanslag op het internationale vliegveld Atatürk in Istanbul. Velen zijn gewond geraakt. Met alle getroffen families, binnen en buiten Turkije, leven wij intens mee.
Zijne Majesteit de Koning heeft gisteren, 29 juni 2016, dr. R. H. A. Plasterk, voor de duur dat hij niet in staat is zijn taak als minister uit te oefenen, ontheven van de leiding van het ministerie van Binnenlandse Zaken en Koninkrijksrelaties.
Economic mission to Australia with Lilianne Ploumen and to New-Zealand with Henk Kamp 31st October to 9th November 2016. Cities: Melbourne, Sydney, Auckland, Christchurch
31 October – 9 November 2016
Want to do business in Australia and New Zealand? Join the economic mission to Australia with Lilianne Ploumen, Minister for Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation, on the 31st of October to the 4th of November 2016, and with Henk Kamp, Dutch Minister of Economic Affairs, to New Zealand on the 7th to the 9th of November.
This mission will focus on:
innovative and sustainable horticulture and agriculture
education and academic institutions
smart cities & smart logistics
hospital development and applications, e-health and home care
Where: Melbourne, Sydney, Auckland, Christchurch
When: 31 October – 4 November to Australia and 7 – 9 November 2016 to New Zealand
Fee: Participation fee is € 950,- per business (maximum of two participants). To include extra participants, a fee of €475 will be charged per person. To stimulate female entrepreneurs, 50% will be reduced from the participation fee for this specific demographic until March. Travel and accommodation fees are not included in this and will need to be paid for on each individual’s own expense.
Contact: Would you like to know more about this mission, please contact Karin Schipper, tel. +31 (0)88 602 1146, e-mail: email@example.com
Global Smart City and Community Coalition linking up with Australia
In correspondence with the economic mission from the Netherlands this fall, there will also be a smart city component to this event. The smart city delegation will be led by GSC3, an international organisation which was launched in the Netherlands, where cities such as Amsterdam, The Hague and Eindhoven have been consistently high scorers in the global lists of top ten smart cities.
Based on their insights, knowledge and success, some of the leading smart cities in the Netherlands have formed this international coalition, which now also includes cities in the USA, Italy and Indonesia. Interestingly, they specifically aim at facilitation, cooperation, discussion and collaboration at the level of local councils (mayors and CEOs and general managers of local councils).
The Global Smart City and Community Coalition – GSC3 – is a not-for-profit network organisation of cities, communities and regions to share solutions pursuing sustainable living worldwide. They strongly believe that at that city level we all have a responsibility to take our share in the development of liveable cities and communities by leveraging the gap of economic development, social inclusion and environmental impact.
One of the most important challenges for smart cities and communities is working together and sharing. However, sharing smart, sustainable and scalable solutions with other cities and communities is difficult and this is where the GSC3 can lend a hand.
Much has been written on smart cities and communities, and the advantages are obvious – greater efficiency, lower costs, a healthy living environment and reliable infrastructures – all of this for a better quality of life.
With their work they want to inspire and empower cities and communities and connect them all over the world, starting with the prioritised needs of a city or community they facilitate consortia building and intercity solution replication.
To facilitate the discussions they focus on: 1. Cities’ local challenges. 2. Proven and implemented best practices. 3. Ecosystem formation.
Together with the Australian Smart Community Association the GSC3 will focus on promoting the social and economic benefits of smart cities in Australia. A range of activities will focus on smart cities throughout the country with an international conference planned in Sydney. We expect that some Australian cities will join the international organisation. For more information contact Paul Budde (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Dutch-based cold storage and logistics company NewCold will establish its Asia-Pacific headquarters and a major automated cold storage warehouse in Truganina creating 127 full time jobs in Melbourne’s west.
Construction has started on the AUD $100 million NewCold automated cold storage warehouse, will employ 127 full-time staff once the warehouse opens.
NewCold operates four other facilities worldwide: in the UK, Germany, Poland and France. The Truganina facility is due to open in the next 12 months.
Vanessa Hudgens wearing the latest collection of OTAZU
The 27-year-old actress sent out the “Date Night Surprise” challenge to fans and this was the chic result.
Vaness Hudgens is wearing a bracelet and moonstone ring, pieces from the Rodrigo Otazu "exotic dream collection".
Otazu is a worldwide known jewelry brand with a broad range of necklaces, bracelets, bangles, earrings, rings and other accessories. Otazu launches several new lines per season, an Otazu Classic, Ro by Rodrigo Otazu and Otazu Couture collection.
Radical Orange has launched a travel video channel ANYDOKO
Creative production company Radical Orange is excited to announce the launch of their own dedicated travel video channel ANYDOKO, devoted to the visual experience of travel. The channel which operates at www.anydoko.com and on Facebook and YouTube features original content in the form of video series and travel guides created by the ANYDOKO team. The video series focus on varying topics from the best street food in Hawker Style to cinematic travel pieces in This Is.
Radical Orange has been an innovator in the travel content space producing highly successful travel series for Malaysia Airlines and Tourism Australia over the last 3 years.
Valuable experience is what Radical Orange director Vikash Autar said that they will be looking to bring to ANYDOKO, “We noticed that nobody else was really doing travel content the way we were and so it’s a huge opportunity to create and publish quality content for millennials who love to explore the world around them”.
ANYDOKO’s first video about Dutch snacks has been extremely well received, gaining over 155,000 organic views and over 2,200 organic shares on Facebook in just 5 days.
ANYDOKO is off to a strong start. The goal is to keep on creating great travel content and offer brand integration for interested brands.
The 2016 AITPM National Traffic and Transport Conference will be held in Sydney from Tuesday 26 July to Friday 29 July 2016. As the leading traffic and transport event in Australia, the 2016 National Conference will be the thirty-fifth to be held by the AITPM.
The Conference which coincides with the 50th anniversary of the Institute will be held at the Westin Hotel in the heart of the Sydney CBD at Martin Place.
A key note speaker is Dutch professor Serge Hoogedoorn, from the Transport & Planning Department, Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciences, Delft University of Technology.
The Conference will build on AITPM’s reputation for allowing delegates an affordable opportunity to learn about the latest industry developments, network with other professionals and gain an appreciation of the current capabilities, equipment and technologies in the industry.
Whether you are a first time attendee or like a large number of our members have been to many or all previous National Conferences, we hope you take advantage of the excellent educational and networking opportunities that will be available at the 2016 Sydney Conference. The Keynote Speaker for the Conference is Peter McCombs, the original founding Chairman and now Life Member of the IPENZ Transportation Group.
The Conference will commence on the evening of Tuesday 26 July 2016 with a cocktail reception at the Westin Hotel, Sydney CBD. Over the next two days on Wednesday 27th and Thursday 28th July, the Conference will showcase international, national and local speakers before culminating in a further day of technical forums on Friday 29th July 2016. The Annual General Meeting will be held at the end of second day (Wednesday) at which will be presented an update on the Strategic Plan and the future priority actions for the Institute.
In alignment with the AITPM’s Strategic Plan, there will be three streams for the concurrent sessions on Day 1 – Wednesday and Day 2 – Thursday as follows:
• Transport Planning & Freight and Logistics • Traffic Engineering and Management including Road Safety; • Traffic, Transport and Land Use Modelling.
There will also be the following three Workshops on Friday 29th at the Westin Hotel:
• Active Transport including pedestrians and cycling;
• Transport and Land Use Modelling; and • Multi Transport Modal Tour.
A key focus of this conference in the 50th year of the Institute will be a brief review of the many changes in the traffic and transport industry , our history and a multitude of other quality presentations to delegates that will address current and emerging issues facing the industry. A key feature of all our conferences is to report on significant developments and advancements in the traffic engineering, transport planning and transport modelling fields.
We are confident that the presentations and information to be shared at this significant milestone conference in Sydney next July 2016 will exceed your expectations. We look forward to welcoming all delegates to Sydney and to witness first-hand the early stages in the transformation of George St as the light rail is rolled out. Be prepared for a truly memorable event!
NewCold offers advanced cold chain logistic services to industry leading food companies throughout the world, based on the latest technology.
We handle food with excellence in efficiency and reliability and guarantee food safety and a sustainable service throughout the cold chain.
Lankhorst Euronete Australia
Lankhorst Euronete Australia Pty Ltd is Australia’s leading supplier of quality Maritime, Commercial Fishing and Lifting & Rigging products including; synthetic ropes, chains, wires and associated hardware.
We also provide in house testing on our 200T test bed plus wire and synthetic rope confectioning and customisation.
KT Maritime has been established to provide the Australian and regional markets with marine towage and related maritime services, focusing business development efforts in the expanding Energy and Resources sectors.
KT Maritime makes fast from a solid platform, as the company enters a new era becoming the first specialist Infield Support Marine Service provider for Floating LNG terminals in the world.
Consulate-General of the Netherlands in Sydney
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