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  • THE KING AND QUEEN OF THE NETHERLANDS VISITED DOGPATCH LABS

    THE KING AND QUEEN OF THE NETHERLANDS VISITED DOGPATCH LABS0

    Their Majesties King Willem-Alexander & Queen Máxima of the Netherlands visited Dogpatch Labs to learn how Ireland’s leading startup hub is providing a platform to showcase the latest smart building technologies being deployed in Ireland, and the future of retail innovation. Dogpatch Labs is Ireland’s leading startup hub, home to over 80 startups and 400 members.

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  • The Digital Gateway to Europe: the Netherlands is a Digital Leader

    The Digital Gateway to Europe: the Netherlands is a Digital Leader0

    As Europe’s most wired country, the Netherlands is one the best countries for tech companies. Businesses that invest in the Netherlands’ technology and IT sector thrive, thanks to the tech-savvy, multilingual Dutch workforce, the great digital infrastructure, an innovative and open culture, R&D incentives and the strong focus of the Dutch government on developments in tech.

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  • Unilever sells off Lipton, Pukka & most tea businesses in €4.5 billion deal

    Unilever sells off Lipton, Pukka & most tea businesses in €4.5 billion deal0

    Unilever will sell its tea division to investor CVC Capital Partners in a deal worth 4.5 billion euros. The tea branch, known by the nam ekaterra, is the largest tea company in the world, according to Unilever. It and includes 34 brands, including well-known names such as Lipton, Pukka and Tazo. The annual turnover of ekaterra

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  • Dutch climate scientist Geert Jan van Oldenborgh dies at 59

    Dutch climate scientist Geert Jan van Oldenborgh dies at 590

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    • January 30, 2022

    THE HAGUE — Respected Dutch climate scientist Geert Jan van Oldenborgh, co-founder of a group that rapidly analyzes the possible effects of climate change on extreme weather events, has died at age 59, the Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute said Thursday. Van Oldenborgh’s pioneering work with the World Weather Attribution network led to his recognition last

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