All Bell ceremonies
Week van de Belegger
20/09/2019 - 9:15AM CEST | Amsterdam1277317b74e542-5ce1-4297-bc9b-0e0396a6e69f
Week van de Belegger
Ferry Roersma, managing director of initiator TRIPLE I, sounds the gong in honour of the Week of the Investor. He acknowledges that consumers have an ever-growing need for information concerning personal finance. Especially now that the Netherlands are changing from a welfare state to a self-care state, personal financial responsibility becomes more and more important. The Dutch are, now more than ever, concerned with money, responsible investing, and alternatives to make their savings pay out.
About BeleggersFair 2019
De BeleggersFair is the biggest investment event in the Netherlands and focuses on information and education for both the novice and the highly experienced investor. Annually the event is visited by around 3.000 private investors, who want to boost their knowledge and their investment ability. This year is the events 5th year anniversary which in turn proves that it fulfils an important need among private investors.
More than fifty financial heavyweights and investment gurus will attend the 27th September to share their knowledge and visions with visitors. Just like every year there will also be time for investment tips. And of course, there is enough time for the speed courses and masterclasses. Besides this, chairman of the day Roelof Hemmen will present the Cashcow Awards for the best financials of the year.
Week of the investor and de BeleggersFair are an initiative by TRIPLE i. The financial multimedia publisher thus takes its responsibility to strengthen involvement within the financial market as broadly as possible.
For more information: www.beleggersfair.nlWeek van de Belegger 20/09/2019 - 9:15AM CESTAmsterdam
a.s.r. and Lezen & Schrijven
19/09/2019 - 9:15AM CEST | Amsterdam127730d38e4b27-dd26-487a-b03f-c28ccc802790
a.s.r. pensioenen and the Foundation Lezen & Schrijven celebrate partnership
Former low literates Lenie and Naziha sound the gong to celebrate the start of a partnership between a.s.r. pensioenen and the Foundation Lezen & Schrijven. It kicks off with a donation of 20,000 euros.
About a.s.r. and Stichting Lezen en Schrijven
In the Netherlands, 2.5 million adults have difficulty reading, writing and/or calculating. This has a major impact on their personal lives. Those who cannot read and write well, experience more difficulty in finding a job, often live less healthily and have less control over money matters. Mastering a language simply makes you stronger.
The Foundation, together with its partners, strives to help as many people as possible in the Netherlands, to learn how to read, write, calculate and have digital skills.
Folkert Pama, director of customer service at a.s.r. pensions: ‘We have found a partner in the Foundation Stichting Lezen & Schrijven that matches the mission of a.s.r., to make people self-reliant. It’s important cause. And this is how we hope to contribute in make pensions understandable as well.’
Geke van Velzen, director of the Foundation Lezen & Schrijven: ‘For the Foundation, cooperation with the business community is an integral part of tackling low literacy. With organizations such as a.s.r. we can achieve more, in an attempt to reduce and prevent low literacy. We look forward to a long and successful collaboration.
MT Next Generation Leadership
18/09/2019 - 9:15AM CEST | Amsterdam127729ba84618e-aeb8-491d-b7c4-3588f847bbf4
MT Next Generation Leadership
Remy Gieling, chief editor MT & Sprout, sounds the gong to commemorate the launch of the 10th edition of the MT Next 50.
About MT Next 50
The editorial staff of MT is proud to present the 10th edition of the Next Leadership 50: the curated list of the most promising leadership talent in The Netherlands. MT believes that better leaders create a better world. Therefore MT selects the best knowledge on management and leadership from (inter)national sources and shares practical insights from current executives and senior leaders.
During the ceremony MT celebrates the selection of next generation leaders who embrace change and enable sustainable growth at some of the largest companies in The Netherlands. This year the editors in collaboration with top (inter)national business schools and executive search firms, have selected leadership talent from Randstad, HEMA, USG People, Philips, Aegon and many others.
For more information: www.mt.nlMT Next Generation Leadership 18/09/2019 - 9:15AM CESTAmsterdam
Dutch Creativity Festival
17/09/2019 - 9:15AM CEST | Amsterdam128085f0a56687-7d3e-42ae-aa71-faafec896207
Dutch Creativity Festival
Dinesh Sonak, Managing Director of ADCN, the Club for Creativity, sounds the gong for the first edition of the Dutch Creativity Festival.
About Dutch Creativity Festival
The festival, 20 & 21 September at The Student Hotel in Amsterdam, presents educational and playful sessions with the best creative people in the Netherlands – from the worlds of arts and culture, business and technology, education and sustainability.
The festival’s goal is to stimulate Dutch creativity – how can we become smarter and better creators? What can we learn from the creativity of Rembrandt, the world champions robot soccer, the secret service, IDFA’s artistic director, Philips Design, and the smartest innovators in e.g. architecture, fashion, advertising, film and food?
For more information: www.dutchcreativityfestival.nlDutch Creativity Festival 17/09/2019 - 9:15AM CESTAmsterdam
Gijs and Wally
16/09/2019 - 9:28AM CEST | Amsterdam127617188591a9-b8a0-47ab-bdc1-48a846b977d9
Gijs and Wally
Aad van Hall, the son of Resistance Banker Walraven van Hall will perform the Gong ceremony.
About Gijs and Wally
With his brother Gijs, ‘Wally’ secretly collected an amount equal to half a billion Euros during the Germany occupation. This money was distributed amongst 150.000 persons by men and women on bikes.
Those in need were, among others, families whose husbands were at sea when the Nazi’s occupied the Netherlands and who decided to sail for the Allies. The Nazi’s stopped the payments to their families. Money was also distributed to families who were hiding Jews or of men who refused to go to work in German war industry. And they supported 30.000 families of the railroad workers who went on strike from September 1944 to the end of the occupation in May 1945. Railroad workers went on strike on 17 September 1944, 75 years ago tomorrow.
For more information: http://www.meertenterborg.net/resistance-bankersGijs and Wally 16/09/2019 - 9:28AM CESTAmsterdam
Cyber Weerbaarheidscentrum Brainport
13/09/2019 - 9:35AM CEST | Amsterdam115302d224e7b4-0c94-42c9-b838-25ab60549b8d
Cyber Weerbaarheidscentrum Brainport
On the occasion of the opening of the Cyber Resilience Center Brainport (CWB), director Alexis Barron will sound the gong.
The CWB is located on the Brainport Industries Campus in Eindhoven. In the center, companies from the high-tech industry work together to be more resilient to cyber-attacks.
It is possible for companies from this sector to join the CWB whereby the companies can also benefit from each other's experiences and solutions in order to become more resilient to digital espionage and sabotage.
Twenty-two companies are already connected from the start. This number will rise to fifty at the end of this year and will grow to more than one hundred and fifty in 2020. Threat information is shared and the CWB is connected to the National Cyber Security Center (NCSC), part of the Ministry of Justice and Security, and to the Digital Trust Center, part of the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate (EZK).
The high-tech sector is the first non-vital sector in the Netherlands that is allowed to receive and process this type of closed information via the CWB. The support from both ministries is of great value.
For more information: https://www.brainportindustries.com/enCyber Weerbaarheidscentrum Brainport 13/09/2019 - 9:35AM CESTAmsterdam
12/09/2019 - 9:15AM CEST | Amsterdam98701bf2bac6f-b0b4-4c73-b25d-fc074f945efb
Marcel Welling, CEO of The International Golfclub, sounds the gong for the opening of the first day of KLM Open. This year, the KLM Open is celebrating its 100th edition and KLM celebrates its 100th anniversary. For this special edition, the KLM Open takes place at The International in Amsterdam, close to Schiphol, the heart of KLM's operation.
With 100 editions, the KLM Open is one of the oldest and existing international open golf tournaments in Europe and even in the world. In 1912 the first edition was held at The Hague Golf & Country Club. The 100th edition of the KLM Open will start on Thursday 12 September. The KLM Open has illustrious winners such as Seve Ballesteros, Bernhard Langer, Payne Stewart, Colin Montgomerie, Lee Westwood, Darren Clarke, Martin Kaymer and Joost Luiten.
About the KLM Open and the 100th edition in 2019
The 100th edition of the KLM Open will be played from 12 to 15 September 2019 at The International golf course in Amsterdam. The KLM Open is organized by TIG Sports and supported by title sponsor KLM and partner ING Private Banking.
For more information: www.klmopen.nlKLM Open 12/09/2019 - 9:15AM CESTAmsterdam
11/09/2019 - 9:15AM CEST | Amsterdam9863727b87877-e0d8-42eb-845d-bd7c3d77f6dc
Bob van Dijk, Group CEO of Naspers, opens trading in Prosus, the global consumer internet group and one of the largest technology investors in the world.
Prosus will comprise all internet interests outside of South Africa formerly held by Naspers, the South African internet and media group. Prosus has holdings in Tencent, the Chinese internet-based technology and cultural enterprise, the Russian internet business Mail.ru Group, payment technology company PayU, OLX, the global online marketplace, as well as food delivery services iFood (Brazil), Delivery Hero (Germany) and Swiggy (India). Naspers will keep a 73% stake in Prosus and publicly list the remaining shares.IPO Prosus 11/09/2019 - 9:15AM CESTAmsterdam
IMC Weekendschool Basis
10/09/2019 - 9:15AM CEST | Amsterdam98636fa187d17-9e31-41bb-a153-d3c4296fc165
IMC Weekendschool Basis Starts off the new school year
To start off the new school year, several pupils of the IMC Basis programme sound the gong.
About IMC Basis
IMC Basis is an educational program at primary schools, developed by Stichting IMC Weekendschool. At a growing number of primary schools throughout the Netherlands, in underprivileged areas, students of grades seven and eight (ages 9 to 11) get the chance to acquire the skills, knowledge and motivation that they need to develop to the fullest of their capabilities, to grow beyond their limits, and learn to make motivated choices for their future. The students participate in IMC Basis weekly for three hours, over two years, during school hours. Professionals (volunteers) introduce students to a wide range of topics, including journalism, law, medicine, entrepreneurship and IT.
We envision that within ten years IMC Basis education is an accepted and integrated part of the Dutch school system. Already, IMC Basis has scaled up from six to thirty-four locations in the Netherlands in the last couple of years. In the coming years the program will prepare for scaling up to 50 IMC Basis schools, and to then continue scaling up on the basis of field-findings, research outcomes, and continuing conversations with educational policy makers.
IMC Weekendschool was founded in 1998 with support of IMC Financial Markets & Asset Management.
For more information: www.imcweekendschool.nl/englishIMC Weekendschool Basis 10/09/2019 - 9:15AM CESTAmsterdam
09/09/2019 - 9:35AM CEST | Amsterdam98635891b66f0-a9c4-4789-83ab-66f19f149451
The Dutch participants and partners of the fifth edition of the Euronext TechShare program 2019-2020 sound the gong to open trading. TechShare is an educational program specifically aimed at fast-growing and innovative tech companies, who want to know more about the process around an initial public offering. The program helps owners and directors of tech companies to better understand the function and dynamics of the financial markets. CEOs of the participating parties are better able to assess the possibilities of a listing and their opportunities in relation to their strategy and growth ambitions.
The official start of TechShare 2019-2020 is at the the Erasmus Centre for Entrepreneurship in Rotterdam, on 21 September. In cooperation with Euronext, this internationally renowned business school in Rotterdam provides a two-day campus for all participants. All companies and partners from both Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Portugal, Spain and Switzerland are present. Throughout the year, various workshops and interactive sessions take place, with all local partners and companies.
Dutch partners of the TechShare program are ABN AMRO, AFS Group, Baker McKenzie, Brainport Development /Brainport Network, CFF Communications, Deloitte, Kempen & Co, NLGroeit and Rutgers & Posch. Each partner exposes a specific subject within the process of a possible listing during their workshop. In addition to the detailed information, TechShare provides all the participants with many valuable new contacts.
For more information: www.euronext.comTechShare 09/09/2019 - 9:35AM CESTAmsterdam
06/09/2019 - 16:59PM CEST | Paris87795755e1319-4280-49c7-9f92-782d8179b4e8
Pascal Perrier, CEO of La Perla Fashion Holding N.V, opens the trading day in Paris.
LA PERLA FASHION HOLDING N.V lists on Euronext Growth.
La Perla Fashion Holding N.V. is a holding company that is active in the luxury fashion industry.La Perla 06/09/2019 - 16:59PM CESTParis
Amsterdam City Swim
06/09/2019 - 7:04AM CEST | Amsterdam78996ea6b56ad-9dd8-4296-ae2b-42cb276878d9
Amsterdam City Swim
Petra Hillenius, ALS patient, sounds the gong to draw more attention for ALS research.
About Amsterdam City Swim
The Amsterdam City Swim draws attention to the still deadly disease ALS and has the goal to raise as much donation money as possible for research into ALS. Unfortunately there still is no solution for the disease. On the 8th of September, next to the adult participants, 200 children will jump in the canals. Together they will swim the 6th edition of the Amsterdam City Swim for Kids (the last 700 meters of the course).
For more information: www.amsterdamcityswim.nlAmsterdam City Swim 06/09/2019 - 7:04AM CESTAmsterdam
05/09/2019 - 7:02AM CEST | Amsterdam78995d2e85cc3-bd6b-40f8-9c7a-582b9a29b7c9
JLL 50 years
The bell ceremony commemorates the 50th birthday of JLL on the 5th of September. Pieter Hendrikse, CEO of JLL The Netherlands, sounds the gong.
JLL is a leading professional services firm that specializes in real estate and investment management. A brokerage firm of mixed British/American origin, Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL) in its current establishment is the result of a merger that took place in 1999 between Jones Lang Wootton (GB) and LaSalle Partners (USA). Although JLL’s history goes back to late 18th century, it did not happen until after World War II that the broker launched its expansion outside of the British Isles. Firstly setting foot in New Zealand and Australia, laying a foundation with several subsidiaries and partnerships. JLL today employs more than 170 staff in the Netherlands from offices in Amsterdam, Rotterdam and Eindhoven and continues to prove its success by consistently contributing to Netherlands’ notable real estate transactions.
For more information: www.jll.nlJLL 05/09/2019 - 7:02AM CESTAmsterdam
04/09/2019 - 7:00AM CEST | Amsterdam789320f37f7ba-8c2f-4df4-a213-9926fd401fa6
Prof. Dr. Erik Scherder, teacher Clinical Neuropsychology at de Vrije Universiteit in Amsterdam, and Elinde, a girl with cerebral parese, sound the gong together to officially start “Steptember”, where participants will take 10,000 steps every day for people with cerebral parese (CP).
From Tuesday September 3rd until Monday September 30th, more than 6500 people will make a daily 10,000 steps. The campaign can already boast a record number of participants, stock exchange company Euronext is one of the participating companies.
About CP Netherlands
CP Netherlands is the association by and for people with cerebral palsy. They represent over 18,000 people with cerebral palsy. CP Netherlands supports and helps people with cerebral palsy and parents of children with CP to get the most out of their lives with this impairment. Moreover, CP Netherlands provides information and tools for identification and recognition and stimulates research.
What is cerebral palsy
Cerebral palsy (spasticity) is an early damage to or congenital defect in the brain that leads to one or more physical impairments. Cerebral palsy is the most common physical impairment among children. One in four hundred babies are born with cerebral palsy. Cerebral palsy is incurable.
This year, the Steptember campaign will take place in the Netherlands for the seventh time.
For more information and registration: www.steptember.nlSteptember 04/09/2019 - 7:00AM CESTAmsterdam
03/09/2019 - 7:56AM CEST | Amsterdam78931cb5a4d24-abd2-431c-a08a-8612410b7e11
Sustainable Tuesday Kick-Off
Petra Schut, chair of the Sustainable Tuesday steering committee, sounds the gong as kick-off for Sustainable Tuesday. Petra Schut is also Director of IVN (Institute for nature education and sustainability) North West.
By opening the stock market, Sustainable Tuesday pays attention to sustainable, innovative initiatives from the Dutch society to support these pearls and help them scale-up. Thus, accelerating innovation and sustainable development. Companies are constantly looking for innovation and the Sustainable Tuesday initiatives could be of considerable interest to them.
About Sustainable Tuesday
Sustainable Tuesday, also called the "Prince's Day of Sustainability", takes place on the first Tuesday of September. This year with the largest Sustainable Tuesday case ever: 522 initiatives, 30% more than last year. The aim of DuDi is to offer initiatives a platform and put them in contact with policy makers and politicians. The organization is in the hands of the Institute for Nature Education and Sustainability.
For more information: www.duurzamedinsdag.nlSustainable Tuesday 03/09/2019 - 7:56AM CESTAmsterdam
02/09/2019 - 9:51AM CEST | Amsterdam7893073833fa2-aa2b-4368-af2d-414fc1b4cbb4
KWF 70th collection week
To start the KWF’s 70th collection week, Gijs Staverman, ambassador for KWF Kankerbestrijding and DJ on the Dutch National ‘NPO Radio 2’, sounds the gong.
1 out of 3 people in the Netherlands will face cancer in his or her lifetime. Together with their donors KWF comes closer to the day that no one will die of cancer. KWF is the biggest financer of cancer research in the Netherlands, funding over half the research done in The Netherlands.
For more information: www.kwf.nlKWF 02/09/2019 - 9:51AM CESTAmsterdam
30/08/2019 - 11:15AM CEST | Amsterdam70620281ddfcd-c6f3-42c7-9815-e233c4320c0e
Octas 15th anniversary
Founder, director and co-owner of Octas, Norbert van 't Loo, sounds the gong in honour of the third anniversary of their company.
With over 150 professionals, Octas uses its expertise for various leading companies in the financial sector. Her specializations are subdivided into the following business units: Service and Advice, Mortgages, Corporate Finance and Compliance & Risk. A team of recruiters, account managers and field managers are in close contact with their clients and professionals, so they always find the right person for the requested assignment.
For more information: www.octas.nlOctas 30/08/2019 - 11:15AM CESTAmsterdam
29/08/2019 - 11:15AM CEST | Amsterdam706198a45dee9-a3cc-43bc-ac39-dd602f5632a8
Robert De Boeck, Managing Partner of investment company Antea, sounds the gong and opens the trading day to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Antea.
About Antea Participaties
Antea provides growth capital to Dutch SME’s, finances Management Buy-Outs and Buy-Ins and facilitates pre-exits. In the past 20 years, there have been investments in around 60 companies. Current investments include consultancy firm Frisse Blikken, Palladio (project management of infrastructure projects), food company De West-Friesche Pindabranderij, L. ten Cate (underwear and swimwear) and seller of used aircraft parts APOC Aviation.
For more information: www.antea.nlAntea Participaties 29/08/2019 - 11:15AM CESTAmsterdam