Atlanta-based communications consultancy Speakeasy Inc. has added a new director of business development in its Netherlands office. Alain Mulder joins the firm from Totaal, a company he founded in 2010 to manage apartments and condominium associations. Speakeasy, which runs personal-growth programs and classes that train executives to communicate better, has five offices in the U.S. along with an Read more
Editor’s note: When Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte and his counterpart, Geert Bourgeois, minister-president of the Flanders region of Belgium, visited Atlanta last year, aerospace wasn’t supposed to be on their list. But apparently, the leaders weren’t concerned about adhering too strictly to their targeted industries of logistics, cybersecurity and financial technology. Mr. Rutte took Read more
Less than a week after Atlanta airport officials said they would vie for new air service to India and China, Delta Air Lines Inc. has announced plans for better access to both countries through other hubs.
Delta Air Lines Inc. has announced a partnership with Dutch airline Transavia to provide better access to leisure destinations rimming the Mediterranean via Amsterdam.
With a combined experience of almost 80 years of working in the United States, two of the pillars of Atlanta’s international communities are collaborating to enhance their executive search services. Bernard Vanderlande, managing partner of Tula International and a former president of the Netherlands-American Chamber of Commerce for the Southeastern U.S., has announced that Dr. Read more
A Netherlands-based manufacturer of aluminum products for the automotive industry is to begin construction on a new facility early in 2016 in Bartow County that expects to create some 150 high-tech jobs by 2019. Constellium Automotive Structure North America announced the $32 million investment on Nov. 24, the latest in a series of foreign investments Read more
While the tech sector fawns over Google Glass, Apple Watch and other “smart” accessories that adorn your body, the Atlanta arm of Dutch mobile payment app ParkMobile sees an increasingly connected future for the “largest wearable”: the car.
Fokker Technologies, a Dutch aerospace components supplier, enlisted the prime minister of the Netherlands earlier this month in opening a new $3 million Forest Park facility that is set to create 100 jobs over five years.
Some trade delegations take a shotgun approach to opening new markets: pick influential cities and work backwards to find complementary connections.
Not the Netherlands or Flanders, the Belgian region, whose heads of government led a collaborative and precisely targeted mission to Atlanta last week with more than 100 business leaders and officials in tow.
Drones and driverless trucks are on the horizon, says Jan Willem Breen.