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Google for Entrepreneurs welcomes the latest European tech hub: Amsterdam’s TQ

TQ, the new home for technology startups in the Netherlands, was officially opened today by Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte. TQ offers facilities including co-working rooms, offices for new startups, innovation labs, a web development school and a cafe that’s open to the public. Amsterdam entrepreneurs can expect a diversity of tech-related programming, networking and, given the location on the historic Bloemenmarkt, spectacular views of the city.
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