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Ship ahoy! Business gets ready to set sail with Huxley Amsterdam!

To celebrate the start of the biggest sailing event of the summer, SAIL2015, Huxley Amsterdam is inviting some of its top clients to sample a life on the ocean wave with a trip back in time to the golden age of sail.

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Trends HR of the Year Event

In May, Huxley Belgium participated in the Trends HR of the year event, at the Event Lounge in the heart of Brussels.

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Huxley Belgium Contractors Event

Huxley Belgium is organising a contractor event in June this year.

Keeping good relationships with our consultants has always been key in our business.

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Over 10 billion spend on online shopping

We have passed the 10 billion line and this will continuously growth throughout 2014. Consumers are now also buying cheaper / smaller products online and retailers focus highly on new initiatives on E-commerce to boost their market.

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Energy is the future

The Dutch energy industry is responsible for 6% of GDP, or 36 billion euros per year. The sector employs 100.000 people per year. The Netherlands is among the largest importers and exporters of oil and oil products in the world, and has a highly developed gas industry.

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Dutch team wins International Tunneling Award

Strukton Civiel has been awarded with the International Tunneling Award for its project 'Metrostation CS', part of the notorious 'North/South Line'.

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Recovery Chemical Industry

Despite disappointing growth figures and rate margins in 2010 – 2012, the chemical industry has made an encouraging recovery.

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Demand for metals continues to improve

As a result of the improvement in the global economy and the good prospects for industrial using metal will lead to an increase of the demand of base metals and prices.

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Agri and Food is growing

The 3rd Dutch top sector ‘Agri and Food’ generate roughly 10% of the Dutch national revenue and employment through farming, processing, sales and distribution. Expected growth for 2014 is 2%, 2015 prognoses are even better.

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