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The IamExpat Fair returns to The Hague – and it’s bigger than ever

For the fourth year in a row, the IamExpat Fair will take place this autumn at the iconic Grote Kerk in the centre of The Hague. With more exhibitors than ever before, this year’s fair on November 9 will be the most comprehensive yet hosted in The Hague.

Bringing together local businesses, service providers and thousands of expats from all over the world, this event is an exciting opportunity for internationals in the Netherlands to find everything they need, in one location, on one day.

‘The 4th IamExpat Fair in the International City of Peace and Justice is going to be the biggest and best yet,’ says Sergios Charalampos, co-founder of IamExpat Media

At this free, one-day event, visitors can browse stands covering every aspect of expat life, from career, housing and education to family, health and leisure. For those truly wanting to make the most of the day, there is a series of workshops presented by experts in their fields – which you can also attend free of charge!

‘With 80 exhibitors and 20 workshops, internationals are sure to find everything they need, in one location, on one day,’ says co-founder Panos Sarlanis.

Whether you want to connect with local recruiters, sign up for a Dutch course, finally get the ball rolling on that mortgage, or just pick up a few freebies, the IamExpat Fair promises to be a fun (and informative!) day for all.

There is even a kids’ area for the little ones. The fair is open all day between 10am and 5pm – and the first 2,000 visitors get a free goodie bag, so get on your bike and sign up!

Visit the IamExpat Fair to:

  • Meet recruiters and browse current vacancies
  • Find the right rental property
  • Gain an understanding of Dutch mortgages
  • Discover expat-focused businesses
  • Join a gym, discover a new hobby or get some health advice
  • Attend free workshops and presentations
  • Benefit from exclusive special offers

Book your free ticket now!

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