On Thursday 14 December, ten new partners were welcomed to the HSD community during the annual meeting of The Hague Security Delta Foundation. The expertise of these partners reflects the wide variety of the security cluster.
VNO–NCW (region The Hague), The Public Prosecution Service (OM) , KrypC Technologies (India), HTC-PS, Crisisplan BV, Biocryptology, Bitsensor, C3 group, Vebon-Novb and Pointer Corporate Finance are valuable additions to the community.
From left to right: Paul de Kroon (KrypC), Mark Beerman (KrypC), Hans Horn (Biocryptology), Robert van Brakel (C3Group), Jaap Wielaart (VNO-NCW), Hans ter ten Hove (BioCryptology), Saskia Bruines (Deputy Mayor), Peter Thun (HTC-PS), Ruben van Vreeland (BitSensor), Stefan Morssink (HTC-PS), Michiel Zwinkels (OM), Wim Kuijken (chairman HSD board), Richard Franken (HSD), Werner Overdijk (Crisisplan BV).
In the presence of Saskia Bruines (deputy mayor of the city of The Hague), Wim Kuijken (chairman HSD board) and Richard Franken (executive director HSD), the new partners introduced themselves with a pitch to the community.
Deputy Mayor Bruines: "2017 proved to be a beautiful year with a lot of new partners. The collaboration between organisations is inspiring and truly in the DNA of The Hague. That is why HSD originated here and continues to grow."
Wim Kuijken: "It is outstanding that the network is growing. Cease the opportunities within it!"
Richard Franken: "It's good to notice that HSD is becoming increasingly attractive to a variety of organisations. Together they collaborate for a secure society. This also results in more business activity and more focus for future security talents. These ten new partners show the wide variety of organisations participating in our ecosystem.”