- 19 April 2017
17:30 - 20:30
When: Wednesday April 19, 2017, 17:30-21:30
Where: World Trade Center (WTC) The Hague – Prinses Margrietplantsoen 25, 2595 AM The Hague
Follow up: A follow up conference call with a Q&A session takes place on [date to be confirmed] at 21:00 for 1 hour.
Registration fee: €55 (including BTW)
Registration and full payment are required in order to attend this seminar.
Speaker Line Up
She is head of TpEBO and managing partner of The Dendrite Group, specialises in high performance; leadership and communication. She is an active member of Women’s Business Initiative International (WBII) in The Hague. Her workshop will give you an opportunity to brainstorm your business next steps and give you a realitycheck on setting up so you are inspired to go for it. She is an NLP trainer and facilitates challenging meetings for clients.
She is an English language copywriter. She writes for several expat oriented magazines; helps entrepreneurs with their web and marketing texts and edits material prepared by non-native English language speakers.
Given her innate networking skills as well as her languages she offers her clients much more than written words. She connects, interprets and transmits messages long after a contract is completed. She helps others broaden the horizons of the business.
In her workshop you will learn how to find a networking format that best suits YOU, how to prepare for the event, how to get the most out of it and how to approach networking in a foreign country.
She is attorney-at-law in Germany and the Netherlands and works at the international
Franziska Pechtl is a German qualified lawyer supporting cross border cases between Germany and the Netherlands at Heffels Spiegeler Advocaten.
In the legal department of a German publishing group, she gained experience in corporate law, intellectual property and privacy law. After her studies, Franziska Pechtl worked as a trainee for a European law firm, the German broadcaster Deutsche Welle and the German publisher M. DuMont Schauberg. Furthermore, she supported the United Nations in the Caribbean as legal adviser on projects on human rights and climate change.
In 2009, Franziska Pechtl graduated in German law from the University of Cologne. Additional to her German law degree, she also obtained a degree in Anglo-American law and a Master of Laws International in Melbourne, Australia. During her LLM, she specialised in mediation, negotiation and business dispute resolution.
Franziska Pechtl speaks German, English and Dutch.
She will give attendees guidelines on the legal aspects of setting up a business in the Netherlands at the Starters Seminar on Thursday 19th November in WTC Den Haag.
He works at Webster University and Down 2 Earth Dutch will co-present with Sinead Hewson and give insights on the financial aspects of setting up in the Netherlands. Marcel de Lijster recently started his own business and works with his TOP Fit program (FIT for Teams, Organizations and People) in which he looks at the FIT that organizations and people have with each other. Previously he worked at one of the largest banks in Holland as Manager Control. He has almost 30 years work experience to add to his knowledge of strategic management, organizational behaviour, change management and risk management.
She is an American lawyer living in The Hague, she leads the Dahl International Tax law firm. She attended one of the first Starters Seminars and established her business in WTC The Hague. She will talk at the end of the session about her experience of moving her home based business to the WTC Business Centre.
- Helen Freney
- Jacqueline Halbrendt
- Vicky Liu
Sponsorship and Advertising Enquiries
Would you like to be part of making a difference: we welcome all sponsors! Contact the office for more information.
THIS EVENT HAS BEEN SUPPORTED BY:
Women’s Business Initiative International
WBII is a community of entrepreneurial women based in The Hague, The Netherlands. Through active collaboration, both online and in-person, members create a professional platform for promotion of our work, as well as a dynamic network for the exchange of knowledge and experience. The goal of the WBII is to promote the inclusion of women in the professional world by identifying and removing barriers that prevent their full participation.
The WBII aims to facilitate the success of women to create new business ventures, expand small businesses, spark new ideas and collaboration, increase profitability and expand employment opportunities.
WTC The Hague Business Center
WTC The Hague Business Center is at the heart of the global business world. Here you can enjoy a professional and attractive business SPOT, business ROOM or business SUITE at an unbeatable price, with flexibility, no long-term contractual obligations and all the necessary facilities at your fingertips starting at €50 per month. The environment is friendly, professional and set up for you to develop your business.
Friendly receptionists welcome you and your guests, after which you can proceed directly to your workspace, grab a cup of coffee in one of the common kitchenettes or conduct a meeting in a professionally furnished conference room. A print facility is available for all your printing needs, as well as quiet work areas and a video conference room for remote conferencing. Finally, a special service desk provides a diverse range of services, from picking up your dry cleaning and ordering flowers, to sending your mail and packages.
If you would like more information, please give us a call. Or drop by for a cup of coffee.
WTC The Hague Business Center
Prinses Magrietplantsoen 33
2595 AM The Hague
Micha Patutschnick (Commercial Manager)
+31 (0) 70 304 36 65
+31 (0) 6 543 75 893