23 thousand people with a non-Dutch nationality start up their own business
One in six new firms started up in the Netherlands in 2014 were owned by persons with at least one non-Dutch nationality.
Overall household debt marginally up
Statistics Netherlands reported today that the overall Dutch household debt exceeded 742 billion euros at the end of March 2015, i.e. 2 billion euros up from one quarter previously. In the period...
Fewer one-man businesses closed down, more start-ups
In the first half of 2014, fewer one-man businesses were closed down. In the preceding three years, the number of close-downs had risen continually.
R&D tax credit (WBSO) used by 'top' industry sectors, 2011 (Dutch only)
Custom-made tables on the use of the R&D tax credit (WBSO) by ‘top’ industry sectors in 2011. Commissioned by: Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO.nl).
More start-ups than closedowns
Last year, 172 thousand businesses were started up and a record number of more than 129 thousand were closed down. They were mostly one-man businesses. Among the start-ups were many management...
Fewer new business started up and more businesses closed down
The number of new business start-ups in 2012 was 19 thousand down from 2011 and the number of closedowns grew by nearly 11 thousand. Yet, the overall number of businesses increased for the sixth year...
Many new businesses in the four major cities
The four major cities, Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Utrecht and The Hague are all in the starterss top 10. These municipalities have the highest starter to total company ratio.
Growth Accelarator programme control group study, development of turnover and employees 2009 (Dutch only)
Custom-made tables with the development of turnover and employees in 2009 of a control group of the Growth Accelerator programme.Commissioned by: Stichting Programma Groeiversneller