Nedap shared its knowledge and experience on securing public venues, such as the stadiums for the 2012 edition of the European Championship in Ukraine and Poland

Nedap contributed to ASPIRE4SPORT, a recognised Middle East's leading sports business congress and exhibition

The Netherlands government and companies want to offer their full support to Qatar to make the 2022 FIFA World Cup a grand success. That’s why at ASPIRE4SPORT in Qatar, an Orange Pavilion was created and represented by an expert team of e.g. engineers, architects and security firms, including Nedap.

The World Cup in Qatar needs to be a great experience, but the event should be safe and secure as well. That’s why Nedap, along with other Dutch companies, contributed to ASPIRE4SPORT, a recognised world-class conference and the Middle East's leading sports business congress and exhibition. Nedap shared its knowledge and experience on securing public venues, such as the stadiums for the 2012 edition of the European Championship in Ukraine and Poland.

With Holland’s famous ex-soccer player, Ronald de Boer, who was brand ambassador of the successful Qatar 2022 World Cup bid and the Dutch ambassador in Qatar being there to host the Dutch Hour, visitors were enabled to meet unique Dutch companies associated to the Dutch Sports Infrastructure. The companies are working together to create a platform for international exchange of innovations and ideas around the largest sports events like Football World Cups, such as Qatar 2022. By attending ASPIRE4SPORT, for example, the Dutch industry seeks for international co-operations for innovations that offer green technologies, efficiency and safety around large international sports events.

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