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Stefan van der Sluys


Dear visitors,

We are living in a time where innovations are happening non-stop around us!

When we think about innovations in today's world, our minds tends to think in the direction of high-tech software technologies. Yet, this sector only covers a part of all innovations, big or small, relatively simple or complicated. All such innovations can potentially touch and influence the lives of many communities.

Our country of residence, Thailand, is quickly establishing itself as a powerhouse base for agricultural sector innovations, which includes food products. With 40% of the population involved in the agriculture industry, it is necessary that knowledge further advances and the country surpasses this and also offers more common innovative services to tourism. An increasing number of young Thai start-ups are jumping on this opportunity to supply special applications and technologies that support farmers, hotels or tour operators with their businesses. This allows them to offer more value added products and services, which fits well within the Thai Government 4.0 policy.

The Netherlands is well known for a high global ranking and its companies allocating and spending high amounts of their budgets to Research and Development. This is a key driver for more innovation, patents and smart solutions. Thailand regretfully lacks in terms of number of patent requests and more protection is needed to secure those breakthrough innovations in agri, healthcare or other sectors so they can take full advantage.


We look forward to welcoming you at any of upcoming NTCC events and wish you good business opportunities in 2020.

Best regards,

Stefan van der Sluys, President

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ASEAN Dutch Chambers Network


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Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN comprises of 10 countries, with a population of over 625 million, and a combined nominal gross domestic product (GDP) of over US $2.8 trillion.  If counted as a single entity, it would rank sixth in the world, making ASEAN a very attractive market.

To facilitate regional business and leverage on the strengths of individual country chambers / councils, Dutch Chambers in the Southeast Asian region committed to collaboration under the title of The ASEAN Dutch Chamber Network. 

ASEAN Dutch Chamber Network consists of six Dutch Chambers of Commerce (Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam) and represent a diverse range of Dutch Business, cutting across almost every commercial sphere from manufacturing and financial services, to Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) and high-end electronics and communications.

ASEAN Dutch Chamber Network is helping to do this by developing common exposure and providing increased opportunities for respective members to attend events from Dutch colleague chambers that could especially be of interest for many regional representatives here in ASEAN. 


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Partners of ADCN


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ADB- Dutchcham

The Adb-Dutchcham offers a platform to share knowledge and experiences in doing business in Asia. Its mission is to inspire people through company visits; to encourage personal development through discussions and workshops; and to facilitate match making through events and publication in their magazine.

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Dutch Business Network in Indonesia

The DBN a network of entrepreneurs and professionals offers their members a platform to share knowledge and experiences in doing business in Asia. Their mission is to inspire people through company visits; to encourage personal development through discussions and workshops and to facilitate match making through networking events.

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MDBC High Res

Malaysian Dutch Business council

MDBC facilitates bilateral trade between Malaysia and The Netherlands by serving as a link for their members to Business Associations, Chambers of Commerce, and various government institutions. MDBC provides their members and newcomers to the Malaysian market with the information on issues related to setting up a company or a representative office in Malaysia.

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Dutch Business Association in Vietnam

DBAV promotes strong business relationships between the Dutch and Vietnamese business communities through events and collaboration in Vietnam. DBAV raises awareness and provides support for the growing Dutch business community in Vietnam. DBAV Has close links with the Netherlands Embassy in Hanoi and the Consulate General of the Netherlands in Ho Chi Minh City.

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Dutch chamber of Commerce in the Philippines

DCCP was founded in 2005 to promote economic and social relations, enhance business linkages with potential trading partners abroad, establish a strong channel of communication, and strengthen business networks. The Goal: To facilitate and accelerate the conduct of business activities and achieve a stronger partnership between the Philippines and the Netherlands.

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