“Cisco is proud to support the Dutch government and people in accelerating their Digital Agenda by creating next generation jobs and training, by improving education in a faster and more effective way. We believe with effective utilization of the Digital Acceleration Netherlands program, the Netherlands will see its GDP grow faster than would otherwise be possible.”
conglomerate, Cisco, has launched a targeted investment program called Digital Acceleration Netherlands (DAN), aimed at boosting the digitization of the Dutch economy. This program is designed to run in parallel to, and help accelerate the “Digital Agenda for the Netherlands” (published by Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs in July, 2016). The company claims that it will work with the Dutch Government, industry and education through the DAN program to grow Dutch GDP, create new jobs and provide innovation and education across public and private sectors. Cisco claims that the DAN program is part of its worldwide ‘Country Digitization Acceleration’ initiative which is set up to help selected countries around the world to digitize their economies. John Chambers, Executive Chairman Cisco said, “The Netherlands, a historic leader in innovation, is taking the necessary steps to create a sustainable innovation ecosystem that will enable them to continue to lead in the global digital economy.”
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