Are you a Russian-speaking professional living or working in the Netherlands? Then you are welcome to the launch of a platform created by Time Space and supported by Nuffic and Holland Alumni Network. The platform has a goal of providing Russian-speaking professionals and students with opportunities to connect, expand professional network and develop personally in the Netherlands.
During the first RSPN (Russian Speaking Proffesional Networking) event, you will hear 3 inspiring speakers who will share their experiences of career development as internationals, struggles they have encountered along the way and their take on professional opportunities currently available for newcomers.
Programme of the evening
Irina Digitiarova is working as Finance Officer at Technische Universiteit Eindhoven. As Holland Career Ambassador Irina is responsible for supporting international students and alumni in starting a career in Holland or with a Dutch company abroad and offers advice at various career fairs organised by institutions or student associations
Marlotte van Herksen as Advisor Career & Personal Development gives support to MA students and graduates from Nyenrode Business Universiteit on their career path and helps with finding a suitable job after their studies. Marlotte gives also trainings and coach sessions on career development and personal branding and brings students in contact with companies.
Natalia Komarovskaya is CEO & Founder of her own company N&K Profit. The company deals with the most important and essential fields related to business, finance, tourism and real estate, such as legal advice and notary services, financial support and business services, consultancy and many others.
The costs for this event are €10 p.p. and can be paid at the event location.
Embassy of the Netherlands in Moscow and NANR are proud to invite NANR members to join the evening talk with Ambassador, Renée Jones-Bos and journalist Peter D’Hamecourt.
The format of the event is inspired by College Tour, Dutch TV show that interviews the most high-profile Dutch and international guest. During this evening a famous Dutch journalist Peter D’Hamecourt will interview the Ambassador about her career as a diplomat, current work in Russia and plans for future.
You are encouraged to actively participate in the discussion and address your questions to the Ambassador. But be ready to answer the questions from the Ambassador as well! This event will be a great opportunity to share opinions in informal atmosphere.
Programme of the evening
Renée Jones-Bos has been the Netherlands Ambassador to Russia since 2016. Previously, Jones-Bos was Ambassador to the United States in Washington and Secretary-General at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in The Hague. Renée Jones-Bos served as the (Deputy) Director-General for Regional Policy and Consular Affairs from 2003 to 2008 and as Ambassador-at-Large for Human Rights from 2000 to 2003.
Peter D’Hamecourt - Dutch journalist and correspondent at NOS News who worked for almost 20 years in Russia, former Soviet countries, Middle East and South America. Besides his journalistic work, he published the number of political books, including his latest one “In het spoor van de Russische ziel. Dostojevski tussen Europa en Rusland”.
Please note that this will be a closed event. You must register to attend.