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Wittenborg Welcomes Shanghai Business School Students for Educational Exchange

Wittenborg Welcomes Shanghai Business School Students for Educational Exchange

Visiting Students’ Horizons Broadened by Lectures and Cultural Activities

https://www.wittenborg.eu/wittenborg-welcomes-shanghai-business-school-students-educational-exchange.htm

To strengthen its partnership with Shanghai Business School and promote a valuable cultural exchange, Wittenborg offered a special one-week course for a group of students from the Chinese institution from 28 January to 3 February. In total, the activity involved 10 bachelor’s students from Shanghai, mainly studying Information and Communication Technology and Business Management, as well as lecturer Dr Yuangang Li. 

During their time in the Netherlands, the students attended lectures on multiple themes including Dutch culture, intercultural management & business approach in Western culture, ethical leadership & communication and presentation skills & constructive feedback. These sessions were conducted by Frits Bartels, Fjorentina Muco, Maggie Feng, Peter Birdsall and Fahad Shakeel.  

Moreover, they had the opportunity to visit Apeldoorn’s famous Paleis Het Loo, as part of an assignment which required them to promote the palace in the Chinese market, using different social media platforms to advertise it. The students presented their projects to a panel including Paleis Het Loo’s Manager of Marketing & Communication, Jacolien Van Wezep, who commended their work and expressed the institution’s willingness to go on collaborating with Wittenborg.  

Arvin Gharib Outlines Vision for Wittenborg's New Student Representatives

Arvin Gharib Outlines Vision for Wittenborg's New Student Representatives

New Student Representative Chairman opens up about plans for the year

https://www.wittenborg.eu/arvin-gharib-outlines-vision-wittenborgs-new-student-representatives.htm

Wittenborg is gearing up for an enriching academic year, with Arvin Gharib at the helm as the newly appointed chairman of the Student Representatives. In a new interview, Gharib outlined his ambitious plans and vision for the team, emphasising collaboration, inclusivity and proactive engagement.

At Wittenborg, ten newly appointed Student Representatives will assess programme content, teaching quality and the student experience. They will gather feedback from students on aspects like teaching, facilities, accommodation and extracurricular activities, continuing the role of their predecessors.

Gharib, an MBA (Master of Business Administration) student specialising in International Management and Education Quality Assistant (Intern) in Apeldoorn, highlighted the importance of collaboration within Wittenborg: "Collaboration is key. We want to work hand in hand with both students and faculty to address challenges and build a stronger, more vibrant academic community." Gharib envisions a united effort to bridge the gap between students and the administration, creating a culture of respect.

Gharib's plans include organising and facilitating events, activities, and initiatives that foster student engagement. Recognising the diversity at Wittenborg, he intends to promote collaboration between different nationalities and create initiatives to help students integrate into the community. Gharib is particularly enthusiastic about the introduction of clubs, starting with a cinema club, music club or business club to provide students with a platform for self-expression and connection.

Wittenborg Guest Lecture Series: Alumna Shares Experience of Ethical Decision-Making & Cultural Perspectives in Business

Wittenborg Guest Lecture Series: Alumna Shares Experience of Ethical Decision-Making & Cultural Perspectives in Business

Ainaz Faraji Captivates Students with an Immersive Journey of Her experiences in the World of Business

https://www.wittenborg.eu/wittenborg-guest-lecture-series-alumna-shares-experience-ethical-decision-making-cultural.htm

On 17 January, as part of a Guest Lecture Series at Wittenborg, Ainaz Faraji, an accomplished Wittenborg alumna, captivated students with an immersive journey of her diverse experiences in the world of business. Through her impactful lecture, Pre-Master students were engaged in a dynamic session with her through active discussions and sharing of experiences.

Faraji, who is currently a Consultant with Capgemini, shared her insights ranging from HR to Project Management, and delved into the core of ethical considerations in organisational dynamics. She was invited by Wittenborg's Deputy Head of School of Business, Dr Dadi Chen, for his module 'Research Methods and Business Ethics'.

During the one-hour session, Faraji dived into the core of ethical considerations in organisational dynamics, and offered thought-provoking perspectives on the implications of ethical behaviour. She expertly navigated the challenges arising from cultural diversity within international companies, presenting her points with compelling real-life examples of ethical dilemmas.

Wittenborg Visits Azerbaijani Partner Universities to Discuss Quality Assurance

Wittenborg Visits Azerbaijani Partner Universities to Discuss Quality Assurance

Maggie Feng and Rauf Abdul Representing the School in Activities Related to IQAinAR Project

https://www.wittenborg.eu/wittenborg-visits-azerbaijani-partner-universities-discuss-quality-assurance.htm

To strengthen connections with partner universities that are working to improve their internal quality assurance systems, Wittenborg CEO Maggie Feng and Head of the School of Business, Rauf Abdul, were in Baku, Azerbaijan, from 15 to 19 January. 

The activities were conducted as part of the Erasmus+ research project Internal Quality Assurance in Azerbaijan and Russia (IQAinAR), which is funded by the European Union. This initiative, led by Wittenborg, includes three Azerbaijani partner higher education institutions: Azerbaijan State Pedagogical University, Nakhchivan State University and Azerbaijan Technical University.  

Additionally, it involves 456 International BV from the Netherlands, Fundación Universitaria San Antonio from Spain and the Education Quality Assurance Agency of the Republic of Azerbaijan. 

Annual Globalisation Conference Calls for Reviewers

Annual Globalisation Conference Calls for Reviewers

Reviewers Are Invited to Form Part of the Globalisation Conference 

https://www.wittenborg.eu/annual-globalisation-conference-calls-reviewers.htm

In an effort to uphold the standards of academic discourse, the Annual Globalisation Conference has issued a call for reviewers to participate in the evaluation of submitted research.

Scheduled to take place from 14 to 16 August, the conference aims to convene leading scholars, researchers, and practitioners to explore globalisation under 10 key themes: 1) The Digital Revolution, 2) Global Trade and Economics, 3) Cultural Exchange in a Globalised World, 4) Migration Patterns, 5) Environmental Challenges, 6) Global Governance and Policy, 7) The Future of Work, 8) Ethics and Globalisation, 9) Global Health and Pandemics, and 10) Education in a Globalised Era. Reviewers are expected to be knowledgeable in one of these 10 themes.

While the committee is inviting researchers to submit original research papers, case studies, and innovative ideas that shed light on the broad theme of the conference within the 10 themes, reviewers will be tasked with providing constructive feedback and making fair assessments of submissions.

"We are seeking individuals who have excelled in their respective fields of research and possess practical experience to evaluate manuscripts," said Rosita Sayyar, Research Centre Assistant at Wittenborg. "Reviewers play a pivotal role in upholding the quality and relevance of the conference proceedings, and their contributions are invaluable in shaping the discourse on globalisation."

Wittenborg Welcomes More than 50 New Students for February Block

Wittenborg Welcomes More than 50 New Students for February Block

New Members of the Wittenborg Family to Be Based in Apeldoorn, Amsterdam and Munich

https://www.wittenborg.eu/wittenborg-welcomes-more-50-new-students-february-block.htm

Despite the cold temperatures typical of this time of the year in the Netherlands and Germany, more than 50 new students were warmly welcomed by Wittenborg at the start of the school’s February block. The institution has six intakes per year, and the next ones will be in April, May, August, October and December.  

The new members of the Wittenborg family will be based at the institution’s study locations in Apeldoorn, Amsterdam and Munich. In line with the school’s strong focus on internationalisation, they come from 20 countries located in different regions of the world: Kyrgyzstan, North Macedonia, Myanmar, Uzbekistan, Philippines, India, Bangladesh, Jordan, Iran, Türkiye, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Mozambique, Nigeria, Morocco, United States, Tunisia, Sri Lanka, Uganda and Russia.  

From 5 to 9 February, the school conducted its traditional Introduction Week, including sessions on various topics such as Wittenborg’s infrastructure, facilities and online systems. The activities also addressed life and culture in the Netherlands and Germany (for those students who will be studying in Munich) and how to handle immigration procedures, as well as tips related to internships, careers and professional life.  

Wittenborg Welcomes More than 50 New Students for February Block

Wittenborg Celebrates Its History and Looks to the Future at Annual Staff Dinner

Wittenborg Celebrates Its History and Looks to the Future at Annual Staff Dinner

Wittenborg's Annual Staff Dinner a Resounding Success 

https://www.wittenborg.eu/wittenborg-celebrates-its-history-and-looks-future-annual-staff-dinner.htm

On 9 February, employees and friends of Wittenborg came together at the Bilderberg Hotel De Keizerskroon in Apeldoorn for the annual staff dinner, not only to reflect on the accomplishments of 2023 but also to anticipate what lies ahead in 2024.

The special evening started with a warm welcome from Fjorentina Muco, Lecturer & Guest Lecturing Coordinator at Wittenborg, followed by remarks from Patrick Birdsall, whose connection to Wittenborg spans back to 2003 when he began teaching the first group of international students at the business school. He is also the father of Wittenborg's president.  

"Wittenborg is a bright beacon of intellectual progress and enlightenment, an international business school that fulfils a most significant and special role in the world by providing a series of high-level, interactive learning programmes, which are by their very nature international, taught in English and administered by a united team of dedicated international staff to students from many different countries who have chosen to come and study in the Netherlands," Birdsall expressed. 

He highlighted the importance of international education in addressing global challenges and promoting understanding across cultures.  

"International education becomes a uniting and stabilising force fostering a culture of critical thinking, understanding and empathy for less fortunate communities in order to meet and find solutions to global problems."  

More than 100 Wittenborg Graduates Ready to Take on the World

More than 100 Wittenborg Graduates Ready to Take on the World

Winter Graduation Ceremony Held at Apeldoorn’s Prestigious Orpheus Theatre

https://www.wittenborg.eu/more-100-wittenborg-graduates-ready-take-world.htm

More than 100 Wittenborg bachelor’s and master’s students experienced a special moment in their lives last Friday, 9 February, as the school’s traditional Winter Graduation Ceremony was held at the prestigious Orpheus Theatre in Apeldoorn. 

The new cohort of graduates comprises those who studied on programmes at the school’s Apeldoorn, Amsterdam and Munich locations. It includes representatives of 30 nationalities: Nigeria, Vietnam, Türkiye, Netherlands, Iran, Zimbabwe, Cameroon, India, Morocco, Nepal, United Kingdom, Russia, Congo, Egypt, Ukraine, Italy, Lebanon, Afghanistan, South Africa, United States, Albania, South Korea, China, Indonesia, Chile, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Gabon, Kazakhstan and Syria.  

During the ceremony, the Orpheus Theatre was filled with proud parents, family members, friends and lecturers who supported the graduates throughout their journeys. 

The event included such memorable moments as the speech delivered by Patrick Birdsall, father of Wittenborg’s president Peter Birdsall. Reflecting on his extensive experience in education, Birdsall Sr. pointed out the importance of international education today, especially in view of the challenges currently faced by the world. 

Shortage of Engineers a Threat to the Netherlands

Shortage of Engineers a Threat to the Netherlands

Country Needs International Students and Professionals to Supply Demands of its Economy

https://www.wittenborg.eu/shortage-engineers-threat-netherlands.htm

Owing to factors such as the aging of the Dutch population and the lack of interest among students, the Netherlands is experiencing a shortage of engineers, as well as scientific and technical professionals. This issue is discussed in an opinion piece written by five rectors of important Dutch universities, recently published by De Volkskrant.  

The authors highlight that, in order to meet this demand, the Netherlands needs international students, professionals and researchers. These groups play an essential role in the transitions that the country is facing in fields such as healthcare, energy production, food supply, climate, digitalisation, safety and housing.  

Wittenborg CEO Attends NICCT New Year Reception

Wittenborg CEO Attends NICCT New Year Reception

NICCT's Reception Sets Tone for NL-India Corridor in 2024

https://www.wittenborg.eu/wittenborg-ceo-attends-nicct-new-year-reception.htm

On 24 January, Maggie Feng, CEO of Wittenborg, was present at a 'New Year Reception' hosted by NICCT (The Netherlands India Chamber of Commerce & Trade), in collaboration with HCLTech, a global technology company with an extensive portfolio of technology services and products.

The reception, moderated by Christina James Puthiyadath from HCLTech, included welcoming remarks by Edith Nordmann, Chairman at NICCT, and addresses by Marisa Gerards, Ambassador of the Embassy of the Netherlands to India, and Satya Pinisetty, First Secretary (Economic & Commerce) at the Embassy of India to the Netherlands. Closing remarks were delivered by Ishtiyaq Amed Maniyar, Associate Vice President at HCLTech.

The event concluded with a networking reception.

On LinkedIn, Nordmann stated that the gathering was not only a celebration but also a reaffirmation of the strong ties and shared visions between the Netherlands and India, marking a promising start to the year for the NL-India corridor.

Wittenborg Welcomes Shanghai Business School Students for Educational Exchange

Wittenborg Welcomes Shanghai Business School Students for Educational Exchange

Visiting Students’ Horizons Broadened by Lectures and Cultural Activities

https://www.wittenborg.eu/wittenborg-welcomes-shanghai-business-school-students-educational-exchange.htm

To strengthen its partnership with Shanghai Business School and promote a valuable cultural exchange, Wittenborg offered a special one-week course for a group of students from the Chinese institution from 28 January to 3 February. In total, the activity involved 10 bachelor’s students from Shanghai, mainly studying Information and Communication Technology and Business Management, as well as lecturer Dr Yuangang Li. 

During their time in the Netherlands, the students attended lectures on multiple themes including Dutch culture, intercultural management & business approach in Western culture, ethical leadership & communication and presentation skills & constructive feedback. These sessions were conducted by Frits Bartels, Fjorentina Muco, Maggie Feng, Peter Birdsall and Fahad Shakeel.  

Moreover, they had the opportunity to visit Apeldoorn’s famous Paleis Het Loo, as part of an assignment which required them to promote the palace in the Chinese market, using different social media platforms to advertise it. The students presented their projects to a panel including Paleis Het Loo’s Manager of Marketing & Communication, Jacolien Van Wezep, who commended their work and expressed the institution’s willingness to go on collaborating with Wittenborg.  

Arvin Gharib Outlines Vision for Wittenborg's New Student Representatives

Arvin Gharib Outlines Vision for Wittenborg's New Student Representatives

New Student Representative Chairman opens up about plans for the year

https://www.wittenborg.eu/arvin-gharib-outlines-vision-wittenborgs-new-student-representatives.htm

Wittenborg is gearing up for an enriching academic year, with Arvin Gharib at the helm as the newly appointed chairman of the Student Representatives. In a new interview, Gharib outlined his ambitious plans and vision for the team, emphasising collaboration, inclusivity and proactive engagement.

At Wittenborg, ten newly appointed Student Representatives will assess programme content, teaching quality and the student experience. They will gather feedback from students on aspects like teaching, facilities, accommodation and extracurricular activities, continuing the role of their predecessors.

Gharib, an MBA (Master of Business Administration) student specialising in International Management and Education Quality Assistant (Intern) in Apeldoorn, highlighted the importance of collaboration within Wittenborg: "Collaboration is key. We want to work hand in hand with both students and faculty to address challenges and build a stronger, more vibrant academic community." Gharib envisions a united effort to bridge the gap between students and the administration, creating a culture of respect.

Gharib's plans include organising and facilitating events, activities, and initiatives that foster student engagement. Recognising the diversity at Wittenborg, he intends to promote collaboration between different nationalities and create initiatives to help students integrate into the community. Gharib is particularly enthusiastic about the introduction of clubs, starting with a cinema club, music club or business club to provide students with a platform for self-expression and connection.

Wittenborg Guest Lecture Series: Alumna Shares Experience of Ethical Decision-Making & Cultural Perspectives in Business

Wittenborg Guest Lecture Series: Alumna Shares Experience of Ethical Decision-Making & Cultural Perspectives in Business

Ainaz Faraji Captivates Students with an Immersive Journey of Her experiences in the World of Business

https://www.wittenborg.eu/wittenborg-guest-lecture-series-alumna-shares-experience-ethical-decision-making-cultural.htm

On 17 January, as part of a Guest Lecture Series at Wittenborg, Ainaz Faraji, an accomplished Wittenborg alumna, captivated students with an immersive journey of her diverse experiences in the world of business. Through her impactful lecture, Pre-Master students were engaged in a dynamic session with her through active discussions and sharing of experiences.

Faraji, who is currently a Consultant with Capgemini, shared her insights ranging from HR to Project Management, and delved into the core of ethical considerations in organisational dynamics. She was invited by Wittenborg's Deputy Head of School of Business, Dr Dadi Chen, for his module 'Research Methods and Business Ethics'.

During the one-hour session, Faraji dived into the core of ethical considerations in organisational dynamics, and offered thought-provoking perspectives on the implications of ethical behaviour. She expertly navigated the challenges arising from cultural diversity within international companies, presenting her points with compelling real-life examples of ethical dilemmas.

Wittenborg Visits Azerbaijani Partner Universities to Discuss Quality Assurance

Wittenborg Visits Azerbaijani Partner Universities to Discuss Quality Assurance

Maggie Feng and Rauf Abdul Representing the School in Activities Related to IQAinAR Project

https://www.wittenborg.eu/wittenborg-visits-azerbaijani-partner-universities-discuss-quality-assurance.htm

To strengthen connections with partner universities that are working to improve their internal quality assurance systems, Wittenborg CEO Maggie Feng and Head of the School of Business, Rauf Abdul, were in Baku, Azerbaijan, from 15 to 19 January. 

The activities were conducted as part of the Erasmus+ research project Internal Quality Assurance in Azerbaijan and Russia (IQAinAR), which is funded by the European Union. This initiative, led by Wittenborg, includes three Azerbaijani partner higher education institutions: Azerbaijan State Pedagogical University, Nakhchivan State University and Azerbaijan Technical University.  

Additionally, it involves 456 International BV from the Netherlands, Fundación Universitaria San Antonio from Spain and the Education Quality Assurance Agency of the Republic of Azerbaijan. 

Annual Globalisation Conference Calls for Reviewers

Annual Globalisation Conference Calls for Reviewers

Reviewers Are Invited to Form Part of the Globalisation Conference 

https://www.wittenborg.eu/annual-globalisation-conference-calls-reviewers.htm

In an effort to uphold the standards of academic discourse, the Annual Globalisation Conference has issued a call for reviewers to participate in the evaluation of submitted research.

Scheduled to take place from 14 to 16 August, the conference aims to convene leading scholars, researchers, and practitioners to explore globalisation under 10 key themes: 1) The Digital Revolution, 2) Global Trade and Economics, 3) Cultural Exchange in a Globalised World, 4) Migration Patterns, 5) Environmental Challenges, 6) Global Governance and Policy, 7) The Future of Work, 8) Ethics and Globalisation, 9) Global Health and Pandemics, and 10) Education in a Globalised Era. Reviewers are expected to be knowledgeable in one of these 10 themes.

While the committee is inviting researchers to submit original research papers, case studies, and innovative ideas that shed light on the broad theme of the conference within the 10 themes, reviewers will be tasked with providing constructive feedback and making fair assessments of submissions.

"We are seeking individuals who have excelled in their respective fields of research and possess practical experience to evaluate manuscripts," said Rosita Sayyar, Research Centre Assistant at Wittenborg. "Reviewers play a pivotal role in upholding the quality and relevance of the conference proceedings, and their contributions are invaluable in shaping the discourse on globalisation."

Wittenborg Welcomes More than 50 New Students for February Block

Wittenborg Welcomes More than 50 New Students for February Block

New Members of the Wittenborg Family to Be Based in Apeldoorn, Amsterdam and Munich

https://www.wittenborg.eu/wittenborg-welcomes-more-50-new-students-february-block.htm

Despite the cold temperatures typical of this time of the year in the Netherlands and Germany, more than 50 new students were warmly welcomed by Wittenborg at the start of the school’s February block. The institution has six intakes per year, and the next ones will be in April, May, August, October and December.  

The new members of the Wittenborg family will be based at the institution’s study locations in Apeldoorn, Amsterdam and Munich. In line with the school’s strong focus on internationalisation, they come from 20 countries located in different regions of the world: Kyrgyzstan, North Macedonia, Myanmar, Uzbekistan, Philippines, India, Bangladesh, Jordan, Iran, Türkiye, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Mozambique, Nigeria, Morocco, United States, Tunisia, Sri Lanka, Uganda and Russia.  

From 5 to 9 February, the school conducted its traditional Introduction Week, including sessions on various topics such as Wittenborg’s infrastructure, facilities and online systems. The activities also addressed life and culture in the Netherlands and Germany (for those students who will be studying in Munich) and how to handle immigration procedures, as well as tips related to internships, careers and professional life.  

Wittenborg Welcomes More than 50 New Students for February Block

Wittenborg Celebrates Its History and Looks to the Future at Annual Staff Dinner

Wittenborg Celebrates Its History and Looks to the Future at Annual Staff Dinner

Wittenborg's Annual Staff Dinner a Resounding Success 

https://www.wittenborg.eu/wittenborg-celebrates-its-history-and-looks-future-annual-staff-dinner.htm

On 9 February, employees and friends of Wittenborg came together at the Bilderberg Hotel De Keizerskroon in Apeldoorn for the annual staff dinner, not only to reflect on the accomplishments of 2023 but also to anticipate what lies ahead in 2024.

The special evening started with a warm welcome from Fjorentina Muco, Lecturer & Guest Lecturing Coordinator at Wittenborg, followed by remarks from Patrick Birdsall, whose connection to Wittenborg spans back to 2003 when he began teaching the first group of international students at the business school. He is also the father of Wittenborg's president.  

"Wittenborg is a bright beacon of intellectual progress and enlightenment, an international business school that fulfils a most significant and special role in the world by providing a series of high-level, interactive learning programmes, which are by their very nature international, taught in English and administered by a united team of dedicated international staff to students from many different countries who have chosen to come and study in the Netherlands," Birdsall expressed. 

He highlighted the importance of international education in addressing global challenges and promoting understanding across cultures.  

"International education becomes a uniting and stabilising force fostering a culture of critical thinking, understanding and empathy for less fortunate communities in order to meet and find solutions to global problems."  

More than 100 Wittenborg Graduates Ready to Take on the World

More than 100 Wittenborg Graduates Ready to Take on the World

Winter Graduation Ceremony Held at Apeldoorn’s Prestigious Orpheus Theatre

https://www.wittenborg.eu/more-100-wittenborg-graduates-ready-take-world.htm

More than 100 Wittenborg bachelor’s and master’s students experienced a special moment in their lives last Friday, 9 February, as the school’s traditional Winter Graduation Ceremony was held at the prestigious Orpheus Theatre in Apeldoorn. 

The new cohort of graduates comprises those who studied on programmes at the school’s Apeldoorn, Amsterdam and Munich locations. It includes representatives of 30 nationalities: Nigeria, Vietnam, Türkiye, Netherlands, Iran, Zimbabwe, Cameroon, India, Morocco, Nepal, United Kingdom, Russia, Congo, Egypt, Ukraine, Italy, Lebanon, Afghanistan, South Africa, United States, Albania, South Korea, China, Indonesia, Chile, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Gabon, Kazakhstan and Syria.  

During the ceremony, the Orpheus Theatre was filled with proud parents, family members, friends and lecturers who supported the graduates throughout their journeys. 

The event included such memorable moments as the speech delivered by Patrick Birdsall, father of Wittenborg’s president Peter Birdsall. Reflecting on his extensive experience in education, Birdsall Sr. pointed out the importance of international education today, especially in view of the challenges currently faced by the world. 

Shortage of Engineers a Threat to the Netherlands

Shortage of Engineers a Threat to the Netherlands

Country Needs International Students and Professionals to Supply Demands of its Economy

https://www.wittenborg.eu/shortage-engineers-threat-netherlands.htm

Owing to factors such as the aging of the Dutch population and the lack of interest among students, the Netherlands is experiencing a shortage of engineers, as well as scientific and technical professionals. This issue is discussed in an opinion piece written by five rectors of important Dutch universities, recently published by De Volkskrant.  

The authors highlight that, in order to meet this demand, the Netherlands needs international students, professionals and researchers. These groups play an essential role in the transitions that the country is facing in fields such as healthcare, energy production, food supply, climate, digitalisation, safety and housing.  

Wittenborg CEO Attends NICCT New Year Reception

Wittenborg CEO Attends NICCT New Year Reception

NICCT's Reception Sets Tone for NL-India Corridor in 2024

https://www.wittenborg.eu/wittenborg-ceo-attends-nicct-new-year-reception.htm

On 24 January, Maggie Feng, CEO of Wittenborg, was present at a 'New Year Reception' hosted by NICCT (The Netherlands India Chamber of Commerce & Trade), in collaboration with HCLTech, a global technology company with an extensive portfolio of technology services and products.

The reception, moderated by Christina James Puthiyadath from HCLTech, included welcoming remarks by Edith Nordmann, Chairman at NICCT, and addresses by Marisa Gerards, Ambassador of the Embassy of the Netherlands to India, and Satya Pinisetty, First Secretary (Economic & Commerce) at the Embassy of India to the Netherlands. Closing remarks were delivered by Ishtiyaq Amed Maniyar, Associate Vice President at HCLTech.

The event concluded with a networking reception.

On LinkedIn, Nordmann stated that the gathering was not only a celebration but also a reaffirmation of the strong ties and shared visions between the Netherlands and India, marking a promising start to the year for the NL-India corridor.

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