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South African companies to open offices in The Hague region

Published: 30 November 2017Modified: 30 November 2017

Three South African companies will expand to The Hague region. During an official signing ceremony on 28 November at the Volvo Ocean Race stopover in Cape Town, Hystead Limted, IoT.nxt, and NuvaLaw officially announced their expansion to The Hague region.

Hystead Limited is a leading specialist shopping centre fund that operates a portfolio of shopping centres in southeastern Europe. It is planning to open one of its management offices in The Hague.

IoT.nxt is a provider of a globally leading IoT platform which enables companies to integrate and leverage all of their existing investments and systems. It will use its office in The Hague as a base for international expansion.

NuvaLaw is a LegalTech company which designs and implements digital platforms that transform the way the legal information exchange is managed and how disputes are settled. NuvaLaw will set up in Leiden to initially partner with large insurance companies in the Netherlands, especially in The Hague and Leiden.

Dutch economic trade mission

The City of The Hague is working with the Netherlands Enterprise Agency in Cape Town on a Dutch economic trade mission focused on water and technology-oriented products, services and solutions, or companies which can contribute to a future-proof society. Over 20 companies travelled together with the city of The Hague and The Hague Business Agency to Cape Town. The mission was timed together with one of the official stops of the Volvo Ocean Race. The Hague will be the final destination for the finish of the Volvo Ocean Race in 2018.

About The Hague Business Agency

The Hague Business Agency (THBA) attracts international companies and organisations and assists them in establishing, expanding or relocating their (foreign) operations within the Greater Hague region. The Hague Business Agency works closely together with The Hague Marketing Bureau and The Hague Convention Bureau under the umbrella of “The Hague & Partners’. Together they aim to stimulate The Hague’s economy and boost the job market by attracting and retaining more national and international visitors, companies/organisations and conferences through marketing and acquisition. thebusiness.thehague.com

More information

More information about the 3 South African companies opening offices in The Hague region can be found at investinholland.com.

From left to right: Wayne Abegglen (Regional Property Executive Hyprop Investments Ltd.), Guido Landheer (Deputy Director-General for Foreign Economic Relations at Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs), Karsten Klein (Deputy Mayor The Hague), Maruis Conradie (Strategy Director NuvaLaw), Jeroen Nijland (Commissioner NFIA)
From left to right: Wayne Abegglen (Regional Property Executive Hyprop Investments Ltd.), Guido Landheer (Deputy Director-General for Foreign Economic Relations at Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs), Karsten Klein (Deputy Mayor The Hague), Maruis Conradie (Strategy Director NuvaLaw), Jeroen Nijland (Commissioner NFIA)