This is the second in our series of finance-related webinars in collaboration with Tim Dircken from Dircken and Partners Financial Services. The second of our series focuses on starting your own business.
This is the webinar for you if you are a ZZP-er (self-employed) and would like to start your own business.
Date: Thursday, 3 Jun 2021
Time: 20:00 – 21:00/21:30
Members & Guests: Free!
Register by: 1 Jun 2021
18 March 2021. by Anne-Lise Artaud. We had a very lovely evening around a hot topic for us expat. How to raise multilingual children? This subject was presented and all our questions answered by an experienced researcher that has herself personal experience on this matter. It was very interesting to learn about the flexibility and resilience of children that from a young age are able to learn and retain different languages.
Language forms part of our identity
The Netherlands is a country that welcomes a large number of immigrants and expats, making it a very culturally rich and diverse nation. A part of this cultural diversity is the great variety of languages spoken both inside and outside the home. And, language forms an important part of who we are.
15 Mar 2021. by Essi Koskela. Our selection for book club this time was Too loud a solitude by Bohumil Hrabal, a mere 100 pages of quotable digression aimed to baffle the reader. This sentence from the book perhaps describes the best how Hrabal’s book should be read, “I pop a beautiful sentence into my mouth and suck it like a fruit drop, or I sip it like a liqueur until the thought dissolves in me like alcohol, infusing brain and heart and coursing on through the veins to the root of each blood vessel.” (more…)
Are you up for a good discussion with a group of friendly book-lovers?
Would you like to expand your reading horizons by reading a book you may not have chosen yourself?
Do you want to spend a relaxed evening chatting about a book, and often many other life topics, with a cup of tea, coffee or perhaps glass of wine in your hand?
Join tíc’s Book Club where we meet up approximately once every 6 weeks to discuss the latest book pick by the group.
Tilburg International Club has come a long way from its start in 2008. Since we started the club, I’ve contributed invarious capacities on the Board and have enjoyed seeing the club from all different perspectives. I’m currently in the role of strengthening our online presence, supporting the growth of our membership base and developing sustainable business partnerships.
Our Online Presence
Our communications priority has always been to create a strong online awareness of our club, events, goals and attractive membership benefits through Facebook (feel free to visit now!), Twitter @tilintclub, Instagram @tilburg_international_club and, of course, our own Tilburg International Club website. We rely on our members, guests, sponsors and community leaders to help spread the word about what our club can offer internationals in Brabant. (more…)
We are looking for an enthusiastic volunteer* to help us with our club finances!
Our current Treasurer is moving on from her role and we are looking to fill this important position within the club Board of Directors. Don’t know much about finance, but you’re detail oriented? No problem, we can fully train you to take over!
The Treasurer plays an important role in the club by overseeing all of our financial matters. Being part of the Board also means that you get to meet a lot of people from different cultures and countries, you can contribute to club activities that benefit the international community, and you have the potential to gain new skills.
Most of all, its a lot of fun! (more…)