Our Expertise

Depending on the situation, SCCN brings in services from its corporate experts, e.g. in the fields of marketing, finance and business consultancy. Making use of these services as tools to clarify questions such as how to find funding, how to expand a business, how to organize marketing activities, how best to manage assets, and how to set up an investment fund aimed at attracting (angel) investors for the company or project.

How We Operate

SCCN has a sustained record of creativity and impact. SCCN helps entrepreneurs navigate in this uncertain environment and define strategies and priorities in a new blockchain era. The organization works with a diverse set of banking and non-banking institutions. Our work encompasses overall strategies for our associates; organizational issues; performance improvement and mergers and alliances. SCCN searches for unused potential and shows its associates opportunities to optimize their company or project.

What We Achieve

Careful planning and continuous monitoring of business decisions are essential in accumulating wealth and achieving financial goals. Associates of the SCCN include business executives and management, politicians, industry leaders, lobbyists, lawyers, finance professionals, scientists, doctors and professors. SCCN delivers its associates the building blocks of a sound future.

European Chamber of Digital Commerce

The European Chamber of Digital Commerce (ECDC) is an activity of the Swiss Chamber of Commerce in The Netherlands. ECDC’s Digital Future Board Room is a problem-solving roundtable to pressing global issues that shape our digital future. All events are televised by CNNMoney Switzerland. The Court of Arbitration of the European Chamber of Digital Commerce as an independent arbitration institution plays a crucial role in today’s digital world.


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OUR HERITAGE since 1933


Located in The Netherlands since 1933, the SCCN is an international organisation focusing upon building networks among corporate and government entities, providing resources for business development, and engaging in forums to further the economic development of The Netherlands and Switzerland. 

We connect private companies that have expansion plans with relevant counterparties in Europe to facilitate market access and strategically grow their businesses.

Since building and maintaining financial wealth is an ever-changing and dynamic process, the SCCN provides its associates with insight and advice regarding the relevant business sectors and their opportunities. We promote economic, commercial and scientific contacts among governmental and non-governmental organisations and companies. The SCCN links companies to suitable investors and strategic partners who are carefully selected from the associates in our network. In doing so, the SCCN guides a wide variety of companies to their entrepreneurial future.


We deal with top-market parties.


Relations between Switzerland and the Kingdom of the Netherlands are excellent and unproblematic. Economic, cultural and individual exchanges are intensive, friendly and direct. The two countries have very similar perspectives on economic, political and social issues. Switzerland is represented in The Netherlands through its embassy in The Hague, consulates general in Amsterdam and Rotterdam, and honorary consulates in Oranjestad (Aruba) and Willemstad (Curaçao). The Netherlands, for its part, has an embassy in Bern, consulates general in Geneva and Zurich, and honorary consulates in Basel and Lugano.

Economic Cooperation

The Netherlands is an important economic partner for Switzerland. Bilateral trade has been constant for many years, with the volume of trade in 2018 amounting to approximately CHF 10 billion. The Netherlands is one of the most important countries for Swiss direct investment. Equally, at the end of 2018 the Netherlands was the second biggest direct investor in Switzerland.

Diplomatic Relations

The Netherlands and Switzerland work closely at the bilateral level in many areas: key among them are policy on Europe, transport and agriculture, and cooperation in the areas of science and innovation. At the multilateral level, the two countries pursue common objectives in particular within the framework of the United Nations (UN).

Research & Innovation

Scholars from the Netherlands can apply for Swiss Government Excellence Scholarships to the State Secretariat for Education Research and Innovation (SERI).


Switzerland is your first class business location. It is the best location for innovation, has stable political, economic and financial conditions, and offers the highest living standard. When will you invest in Switzerland?