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.
CSM Bakery Solutions, which has origins in the Netherlands, is putting its global headquarters in Sandy Springs, bringing 120 jobs and $5.5 million in investment. CSM has been in Georgia for several years, with a factory in Tucker and operations in Norcross and Doraville supporting various CSM goals and brands acquired over time through acquisition, many […]
Backbase cites cheaper cost of living, operations
For Atlanta companies seeking to protect their intellectual property on an international stage, protection of industrial designs is about to become much easier. Thanks to the long-anticipated move by the United States to join an international registration system, it will be easier for local corporations to globally protect their intellectual property. The Hague Agreement for […]
Mark Rutte, prime minister of the Netherlands, is set to visit Atlanta this fall on a trade mission undertaken in partnership with the government of the Flanders region of Belgium. The Oct. 5-7 mission will include a group of Dutch and Flemish businesses and will focus on enhancing trade and investment ties. Flemish Minister-President Geert […]
The present global economy is the result of a slow historical progression, but a new exhibit at the Georgia Institute of Technology helps viewers understand an era of trade that helped accelerate its arrival.
A Dutch maker of car sunroof systems is set to expand once again in Cherokee County, adding 300 additional jobs over the next four years to become one of the county’s largest employers just a year after opening its $17.1 million plant. The announcement by Inalfa Roof Systems comes on top of a 100-job expansion announced last year just […]