After an exciting school trip to Constanta, NRCC continues the series of special summer events, mixing business networking with fun, history and culture. Join us on October 4th, for a full day, this time across the border, in the lovely city of Veliko Târnovo, Bulgaria’s former capital!
Agenda of the day will include:
- Short presentation of the city provided by representative of the Tourist Center
- Guided tour of Tsarevets Fortress
- Guided Tour of Archaeological Musem
- Meeting with Veliko Târnovo authorities, local business community and Dutch Chamber of Commerce in Bulgaria (DCCB) represented by Mr. Koos Jan Schouten, Chairman
- Seated Dinner
Transport will be provided via bus, leaving Bucharest in the morning at 7:30 and returning in the same evening (departure from Veliko Tarnovo: 20:00, estimated arrival time in Bucharest: 23.00).
Meeting point: parking place in front of Athénée Palace Hilton Bucharest, proud NRCC member.
In the bus, will be served Heineken beer, Gitana wine, Dutch cheese, Chocomel (the famous Dutch chocolate drink) and delicious sandwiches from Grand Cafe Van Gogh.
Fees & Registration
Register at firstname.lastname@example.org, until 3rd of October.
NRCC members – 470 lei / per person
Members of befriended associations*– 490 lei / per person
Kindly note that seats are limited. Payment must be made in full prior the event. Fee is refunded only for cancellations received 48 hours prior the event.
*List of befriended associations includes: AmCham, ANIS, Antreprenor in Romania, ARILOG, ASEMER, Aspen Institute Romania, BEROBA, BRCC, BWFR, CCIFER, CEO Clubs International, DWNT, DWK, FIC, HBAR, Romanian Business Leaders
Founded in 2006, the NRCC is one of the most active bilateral chambers in Romania. NRCC supports and promotes the Dutch-Romanian business community, while representing the Netherlands, the biggest source of foreign direct investment in Romania
since many years now.
NRCC network now includes 190+ members, representing 20+ industries. The organisation deploys activities in main Romanian cities (Bucharest, Cluj, Constanta and Brasov), as well as in the Netherlands.) More details are available on www.nrcc.ro.