Webinar: Dutch governmental support for startup entrepreneurs

31 March 2020

The coronavirus COVID-19, and the measures taken to restrict the spreading of the coronavirus in the Netherlands, have a huge impact on the Dutch economy, and will no doubt also affect your business. We understand your worries about the rising economic uncertainty that comes with the pandemic and we do our best to support and guide our community as best as we can. Therefore, we host on April 2 a free webinar about the Dutch government support for startups affected by the corona crisis.

The Dutch government is taking measures to help entrepreneurs affected by the crisis. Our webinar covers these measures, and addresses concerns like running out of cash, not being able to pay off debt and what to do with staff left idle. Rutger de Graaf, Advisor residence permit foreign start-ups & foreign investors at Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO), will join this webinar. He will provide the latest news and information from RVO, lead on all corona-related policies and support, on the government-backed resources for entrepreneurs dealing with the consequences of the coronavirus crisis.

We will be focusing on the following compensation options and bridging solutions:

Since Erasmus Centre for Entrepreneurship is a recognized RVO startup facilitator for international innovative startup entrepreneurs, we will also cover the government support for entrepreneurs with a Dutch Startup Visa.

Register for the webinar
Are you a startup founder or small business owner? Join our webinar on April 2 2020, 15:00 (CEST). The webinar is interactive, which means that you can directly ask questions via the chat and they will be addressed during the webinar.

Registering via the following link will enable you to follow the webinar live:

Even if you can’t join live, register now and we will send you the recorded webinar to watch at your convenience.

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