Entrepreneurship and the future of the Dutch healthcare system


The HBS club of the Netherlands is very pleased to announce an evening of discussion and dinner with Loek Winter, healthcare entrepreneur, on Thursday November 29, 2012.

Loek is the foremost 'zorgondernemer' in the Netherlands. He is recognised by many as a visionary with the right answers for the current healthcare system challenges; by others as a free market radical with a desire to make money from those in need of care. He is active as owner and/or CEO in diagnostics- and day-clinics (DC Groep) and hospitals (MC Groep) and is a professor at Nyenrode Business University (healthcare entrepreneurship).

Attention for non-Dutch speakers! Talk and Q&A will be in Dutch, which will allow for a more thorough and "off-the-cuff" discussion.

This will be an intimate evening, with limited places available (first come first serve).
You can sign up by return mail. We will confirm your registration by email.

Date: Thursday, November 29
Subject: Entrepreneurship and the future of the Dutch healthcare system
Time: Drinks 6:00pm, Dinner & Discussion 7:00pm, Coffee ~9:30pm
Location: De Industrieele Groote Club, Dam 27, 1012 JS, Amsterdam
Parking: Available at the Bijenkorf
Cost: €65,- payable to the Harvard Business School account 25.25.29.456 in Amsterdam
Registration: hbsc@planet.nl

As always, the HBSC no press policy applies.
Cancellation policy: You will be charged in case of cancellations as of November 27