Elsevier’s New TechHub in Amsterdam

Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte opened the new TechHub at Elsevier’s Amsterdam headquarters on 6 February 2019.
Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte (left) visits Elsevier’s headquarters in Amsterdam to open the new TechHub alongside former Elsevier CEO Ron Mobed

 

The TechHub is part of Elsevier’s new center of excellence, where world-class talent develop innovative technologies that turn information into actionable knowledge for users in science and healthcare in the academic, government, corporate and nonprofit sectors. In 2018, the TechHub grew by over 50 people, with Elsevier targeting 80 or more new hires in 2019.

Elsevier is planning to have about 200 technologists based in the Amsterdam office by 2020, demonstrating the business’ commitment to attracting and retaining high-quality tech talent to the benefit of the Dutch knowledge economy.

Read more about the visit HERE.

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