On 14 December, watch our free webinar on starting your own online shop, or 'webshop' as it is called in the Netherlands. Register now.
Starting an online store in the Netherlands is an easy way to start or expand your business. Could it work for you? And what are the rules and regulations you need to be aware of? On 14 December, we broadcast a special webinar 'How to start an online shop in the Netherlands' to answer all your questions.
Entrepreneurs who have successfully set up their online shop share their experiences and useful tips. Experts from the Netherlands Chamber of Commerce KVK will guide you through the rules for doing online business, VAT, and the privacy regulation GDPR (AVG in Dutch). A live webcare team is present behind the scenes to answer any questions you might have during the broadcast.
The webinar will be broadcast during 2 timeslots with live webcare team to answer your questions. The recording will also be available to watch on demand afterwards.
For new entrepreneurs who want to start a 'webshop' in the Netherlands, or existing entrepreneurs who want to expand their existing store to an online one.
How do I participate?
Participation in this webinar is free. You can register as a participant for either the 10:00h or the 20:00h broadcast. Follow the link to the registration website:
What can you expect?
Host Laureen Peskens will take you through this webinar. You can expect tips and experiences from other entrepreneurs and from experts from Netherlands Chamber of Commerce (KVK), Dutch Tax and Customs Administration (Belastingdienst), and the Authority for Consumers and Markets (ACM). Speakers at the table will be:
- Johan Laffra - KVK advisor
- Sandra Wood - KVK advisor
- Emma Hutchison - Co-Founder & Chief Entertainment Officer at Gin Fling
- Sebastian Pollesello - Co-founder Capsule Studio
The topics will be discussed by experts and experienced entrepreneurs. Short animated videos will be used to explain various themes. A webcare team will be present during the webinar to answer your online questions.
Brought to you by...
Business.gov.nl, the Netherlands Chamber of Commerce KVK, the Dutch Tax and Customs Administration, the Authority for Consumers and Markets ACM.