Due to its low company tax rate and accessibility to the European market, the Netherlands is currently offering its position as Europe’s ideal startup climate. According to a poll conducted during TNW 2022, the interesting tax climate notably outshines Germany.
At The Next Web Summit 2022 in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, which featured keynote speakers like Edward Snowden and others, thousands of startups gathered.Although Great Britain has long held a dominant position in Europe’s start-up ecosystem, survey respondents say that it is now far less appealing to launch a business there.
Local entrepreneurs are not constrained by regional laws and regulations, according to Peter Brouwers of Breda Startup Awards. They just want to get going. The Netherlands, however, serves as a perfect launching pad for startups and foreign entrepreneurs looking to penetrate the European market. Due to this, Breda and other Dutch cities are seeing an increase in the number of international companies setting up a business.
I recognize these outcomes, particularly among the traditional SMEs entering the Dutch market. International SMEs who reach out to Bolder Launch with concrete plans to establish themselves in Germany, regularly shift their focus to the Netherlands, as soon as they have a get a complete overview of the tax consequences.Yuliya Postma, Managing Director of Bolder Launch / Startup Facilitator at TNW Summit
The complete survey report is available at netherlands.bolderlaunch.com.