In 2018, you can expect interactive gatherings allowing you to meet, connect and exchange with other international women living in The Hague and surroundings. This is what we have planned so far: Friday, January 19, 2018 — New Year’s kick-off networking event Tuesday, February 6, 2018 — Sharing humorous intercultural experiences Tuesday, March 6, 2018 — Resolving misunderstanding Read More
Dear friends of Connecting Women, As 2017 comes to a close, the board of Connecting Women is looking ahead to 2018. For a variety of reasons, we will be making several changes which we would like to share with you: Our monthly meetings will now be moved to Tuesday evenings instead of Monday. We will Read More
The last Connecting Women event of 2017 took place at BLOOM – House of Health in The Hague on Friday, December 8. It was also the evening to celebrate Connecting Women’s 20th anniversary. Being found in 1997 by a group of expatriate women who saw a need for an English-speaking forum where women of different nationalities Read More
Noffi from the board of Connecting Women and our most active promoter & networker has been given the chance to tell about Connecting Women, it’s mission and successes at DutchbuzZ. Listen to the podcast to learn more!
As we told you with the invitation for our gathering on December 8 that we’re going to donate the profits of this event. They will go to the program “SKILLPOWER” organized by CARE Nederland. SKILLPOWER shows what women entrepreneurs need in order to be successful, and what they themselves, and others around them, can do Read More
Last Monday, our November gathering took place at BLOOM – House of Health in The Hague. Melanie Nathalie de Bruijn introduced us to the world of essential oils and how we can use them. During a group exercise, we got the task to identify various oils and to find out what they good for. Really Read More
Last Monday, our October Gathering took place at BLOOM – House of Health in The Hague. Hugo Skoppek initiated a deep discussion about sustainability and that it needs much more communication between all of us about this issue, why we do it and how.