The IamExpat Fair makes it three in a row in The Hague

Looking for the perfect place to live, a career shift or even mates to hang around with? You’ll find all the answers at the third edition of the IamExpat Fair in The Hague, which takes place on Saturday November 10 at the Grote Kerk in the city centre.

The IamExpat Fair was set up to support internationals in the Netherlands and connect them with local businesses and service providers, and the organisers are delighted to be back in The Hague for a third edition. This year the fair will host over 70 exhibitors and welcome more than 2,000 visitors.

‘This event is an exciting opportunity for internationals to find everything they need under one roof in one day,’ says co-organiser Nikos Nakos.

‘For example, finding time to make an appointment with a mortgage or financial advisor, can seem daunting, but here we’ve got them all under one roof,’ says his colleague Panos Sarlanis.

From companies and services in the areas of career, housing, education and expat services, to family, health and leisure – the IamExpat Fair has it covered!

‘There’s something for everyone: from finding a job, house or childcare for your kids, to choosing a legal advisor, accountant or MBA and so much more,’ says the third member of the team, Charalampos Sergios.

Since launching in 2015, the IamExpat Fairs in The Hague and Amsterdam have hosted more than 260 companies, run 125 workshops and welcomed more than 15,000 visitors from 150 countries.

Free workshops and presentations will also be running throughout the day.

Visitors to the IamExpat Fair in The Hague can:
– Get assistance with finding rental properties or understanding Dutch mortgages
– Learn about advancing your career through professional development
– Attend workshops about living and working in the Netherlands
– Benefit from many special offers
– Find local health and lifestyle organisations
– Connect with like-minded locals and expats from around the world

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