Destination report The Hague 2017-01-10T16:46:14+00:00

THE HAGUE

As the second UN city in the world, The Hague is the international city of peace and justice, a place where leaders meet every day to tackle global challenges regarding peace and justice and other major topics such as security, energy and ICT & Telecom. The Hague is a centre for people who are continuously facing leadership in all its consequences.

Upstream companies and R&D institutes

The Hague comprises part of the Rotterdam-The Hague metropolitan region. This region plays host to Europe’s largest port, three universities and many innovative companies, including those based at the world-renowned Greenport,

City beside the sea

In the Netherlands The Hague is known for more unique qualities. It is the only city in our country beside the sea. You can soak up culture in the historical city

The Hague Security Delta

The Hague Security Delta (HSD) is the largest security cluster in Europe that focuses on National Security, Cyber Security, Critical Infrastructure, Urban Security, Forensics and Education. The international reputation of HSD

Ambassadors

Prof. Dr. Gerard Wagemaker | Haematology Department of Erasmus MC Rotterdam

‘That level of involvement was a first for the international congress organiser’

 

Prof. Dr. Gerard Wagemaker is affiliated with the Haematology Department of Erasmus MC in Rotterdam. As President of the Netherlands Society of Gene and Cell Therapy, he was closely involved in the organisation of the 22nd European Society of Gene and Cell Therapy (ESGCT), in October 2014 at the World Forum in The Hague. The conference, which is held each year in a different European city, brought 850 specialists in the field of gene and cell therapy to The Hague.

June 5th, 2015|Tags: |

Douwe H. Kiestra | Vice president of the International Federation of Hospital Engineering (IFHE)

‘Sharing knowledge for better healthcare worldwide’

 

Douwe H. Kiestra is chairman of the Dutch Association for Technical Professionals in the Healthcare Sector (NVTG) and vice president of the International Federation of Hospital Engineering (IFHE). In April 2016, the 24th World IFHE Congress will take place in the World Forum in The Hague. Between 800 and 1,000 visitors from over 50 countries are expected to attend. The biennial conference is aimed at all those who are responsible for technology and/or property in the healthcare sector.

June 4th, 2015|Tags: |

News

The Hague Convention Bureau launches case studies

The Hague Convention Bureau announces the launch of their new case studies on their website and YouTube channel. Each of the cases features a video and showcases several events that took place in the city this year.

These success stories come at an exciting time when the organisation was declared a winner of the Best Use of Video Marketing at the MIMA Awards in London.

Unique perspective

The case studies will give our potential clients a unique perspective of what the city can offer as an international event destination,” says Nienke van der Malen – van der Horst, director of

November 23rd, 2017|Tags: , |

Museum for Communication reopens after extensive renovation

The Museum for Communication (COMM) has reopened its doors after a large-scale renovation project. The new and improved COMM is designed to meet the needs of event planners looking to organise a congress, corporate gathering, meeting, or reception.

COMM has a variety of meeting rooms amongst others is the largest newsrooms in Europe which is available for meetings. The venue offers a webcast studio with extensive livestream possibilities, modern meeting rooms with video conferencing amenities and the historic Theosophical Temple. Moreover, ten breakout rooms for up to 250 people are available. For event planners looking for larger spaces, COMM offers rooms

November 21st, 2017|Tags: , |
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