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Sep 15, 17:30-
Sep 15, 21:30(UTC+02:00) Europe/Prague
!!! CHANGE OF VENUE AND PROGRAMME !!!
Let’s connect, share inspiring stories, and create sustainable positive impact on well-being and prosperity together.
On 15 September 2020, we will organise our annual Prinsjesdag event. Considering the deteriorating epidemiological situation, we have decided to move Prinsjesdag 2020 outside.
The new location of Prinsjesdag 2020 will be the garden of Impact Hub K10, Koperníkova 10, Prague 2 – Vinohrady.
Prinsjesdag 2020 is brought to you by:
17.30–18.00 Welcome drink & registration
18.00–19.00 Indonesian rijsttafel (cold buffet) & networking
19.00–19.05 Opening, Pavel Iványi, President NCCC Traders by Nature
19.05–19.20 Highlights of the ‘Troonrede’, H.E. Mr. Kees Klompenhouwer, Ambassador of the Kingdom of the Netherlands
19.20–19.25 Introduction of the D.O.M.A. project, Simona Bagarová, Management for NGOs (Charity partner)
19.25–19.45 How a commercial business becomes market leader by having a sustainable positive impact on people and poverty: Ynzo van Zanten, Chief Evangelist at Tony’s Chocolonely
19.45–21.30 Indonesian rijsttafel (warm buffet) & networking
This event is free for members. Non-member tickets are kč 1,900.
As stipulated in the constitution, Prinsjesdag or “Princes’ Day” takes place every year on the third Tuesday of September. On this day, his Majesty the King reads the Speech from the Throne that outlines the government policy for the year ahead. Prinsjesdag has great ceremonial significance as well. Prior to the Speech from the Throne, a royal procession moves from Noordeinde Palace to the seat of the Dutch Senate, the Ridderzaal in The Hague, for a joint session of Parliament and Senate. Thousands of people line the route to catch a glimpse of the King.
This year, the King will read the Speech from the Throne from de Grote Kerk in The Hague, to guarantee sufficient social distance between the 225 attendants from Parliament, Senate and the Cabinet members.
Please note that approximately one week before the start of the event we will inform you about health & safety precautions and procedures during the event to comply with the then applicable government regulations. As a result of same, we reserve the right to limit the number of participants based on first come, first serve.