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Green Officegarden 's-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands

   

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About 's-Hertogenbosch

With a name derived from "the Duke's Forest" and locally known as "Den Bosch",
's-Hertogenbosch when translated into English simply means "the forest". The capital of the province of North Brabant with about 152,968 people living within its area, Den Bosch has a history going back to the 12th Century when Duke Henry of Brabant founded the town on forested dunes in the middle of a marsh. From the very beginning, the city was created as a fortress and you can still see hints of its ancient walls. Den Bosch has been fought over and suffered much damage during a catastrophic fire in 1463. Once a center for music and composers, such as Jheroniumus Clibano, the city's streets are cloaked in churches where many received their training. The town pops up in the history books when reading about the Eighty Years' War and the Thirty Years' War, as well as being associated with names such as Louis XIV and Bonaparte. Coworking appearing on its streets is reinforcing the fact that the Netherlands offers support and resources for those wishing to work independently or to get a fledgling startup soaring.

The Netherlands has its prime startup hub happening in Amsterdam, as it was named the best European Tech City to work in by a recent tech study. There are actually 578 international ICT companies with offices in Amsterdam and many of them are always on the lookout for talented people. Markets vary from cryptocurrency to online food ordering services. Another benefit is the fact that nearly everyone speaks English, so there is definitely no language barrier to get over and blending in is easy. Amsterdam is becoming a hotbed for scaleups and startups, with many forward thinking and tech driven individuals creating dreams that are becoming a reality.

Coworking venues are one more step in the ecosystem that is creating space for out-of-the-box thinkers to get together in collaborative bliss in a city such as Den Bosch that offers a low-cost of living and plenty of culture.

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