Holland Hub Australia is a digital platform where Dutch trade, economic power and companies with Dutch affinity in Australia are structurally displayed. The website shows news and events related to the companies that are part of the Holland Hub Australia network. The website is hosted by the Consulate-General of the Netherlands in Sydney and the content is generally provided by the market.
Netherlands Consul General, Frank van Beuningen, was invited by the New South Wales Farm Writers’ Association, to talk about how a tiny country – the […]Read more
On the 11th of April 2018 the Committee for Sydney, in partnership with the Sydney Urban Institute at UTS: University of Technology […]Read more
Taking innovations forward, making breakthroughs happen to help tackle social challenges in the Netherlands and globally. This is the Dutch government’s ambition with the 7th […]Read more
The Netherlands is one of the world's largest exporters of agricultural and food products, thanks to its innovative agrofood technology. The Dutch agrofood sector is a sustainable source of healthy, safe food that is produced with respect for nature and the environment.
The Netherlands has a strong standing in the areas of renewable energy and energy efficiency and a leading position in wind energy at sea, biomass processing and greenhouse farming.
With strong links between industry and academia, focused clusters, and strong chains linking research to product and business creation, the Dutch Life Sciences sector competes on a global scale.
The Netherlands is one of Europe's leading suppliers of chemical products and services. Important raw materials are available or easy to supply while an extensive transportation network provides access to Europe and beyond.
High-tech industries in the Netherlands are among the most innovative in the world, thanks to state-of-the-art facilities and cutting-edge research and development. Dutch technological know-how and products are much sought-after and are exported worldwide.
The Netherlands plays a key role in the global economy. Its success is based on its sophisticated logistical infrastructure, world-class service providers and strategic location at the heart of Europe.
The Dutch creative industry is currently gaining considerable international acclaim and has particularly strong profiles in interior design, gaming, fashion, and architecture.
The Dutch horticultural sector is a global trendsetter supplying markets the world over, as well as being a leading innovator greenhouse technology.
Over the decades, the Netherlands has developed sustainable systems for the production and supply of water and for the collection, treatment and partial reintroduction of "used" water into the system.
The Netherlands has trade in its DNA. Throughout the centuries, this relatively small northern European country has been one of the world's leading trading nations. The Netherlands is still the world's fifth largest exporter.
Cycling is a way of life in The Netherlands. In fact, there are more bikes than people. The 16 million Dutch inhabitants own 18 million bicycles, most of which are made in The Netherlands.