Are you a cybersecurity founder looking to expand your business in the Netherlands, requiring a residence permit and becoming part of an exciting cyber security cluster?
This is where HSD Campus comes in. As official facilitator, HSD Campus can help you obtain a 1-year startup visa, which enables you to develop your innovative business in the greater Rotterdam – The Hague area in the Netherlands.
What is a Startup Visa?
Startup visas are issued by the Dutch government to foreign startups entrepreneurs who wish to grow and develop their business in the Netherlands, lowering the threshold to stay in country and stimulating innovation. In order to obtain a visa and residence permit, startups are required to sign a facilitators agreement with an established facilitator in the Netherlands. HSD Campus is the newest facilitator in The Hague – Rotterdam region specially focused on the cyber security industry.
Startup Visa requirements
- Work with a reliable facilitator
- Have an innovative product or service relevant to the Netherlands
- Have a detailed plan to turn the idea into a business
- Register the company with the Dutch Chamber of Commerce
- Have sufficient financial resources to live in the Netherlands
What it means to be part of the community
A broad network
meet like-minded entrepreneurs, government representatives, students and professionals in the cybersecurity cluster
HSD facilitates discussions and knowledge exchange about issues related to cybersecurity, national and urban security, critical infrastructure protection and forensics
a series of events are hosted by HSD Campus, including bi-weekly lunches, network opportunities, seminars etc.
the HSD Campus is situated near a highway, train station and has a direct connection to Amsterdam Schiphol Airport (26 minutes)
(Flex) Office Space and HSD Campus facilities: located in The Hague city
HSD Campus Ecosystem
HSD Campus is the Dutch security cluster, where over 275 companies, governmental organizations and knowledge institutions have been working together since 2013 to make a difference in securing our digitalizing society. Together, they share knowledge and collaborate on innovative security solutions, which can be scaled within the Netherlands and internationally. HSD Campus 'thinks, dares and acts'. By providing access to knowledge, innovation, market, finance, and talent, HSD Campus takes care of the preconditions for a successful security cluster. Nowadays, HSD Campus also has a renewed focus on cyber security and resilience, smart secure societies and data and AI/Intel. HSD Campus does this with the common goal of strengthening the Dutch economy, increasing employment rates, and making the Netherlands more digitally resilient.
If you are interested in obtaining a Startup Visa and joining the HSD Community,