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Location and facility:
Eindhoven has been the corporate home of Philips Electronics since 1891. Building on this history, the city has become a major technology and industrial hub, attracting many hi-tech companies. Since the 1950s, with the development of the Design Academy Eindhoven and similar institutions, Eindhoven has also emerged as a center of European industrial design.

Eindhoven is centrally located in the south of Holland, Noord-Brabant province. Eindhoven is about a one hour drive from Amsterdam (120km), Rotterdam (110km), Antwerp (90km), Brussels (130km), Dusseldorf (110km), or Koln (140km). These are among the most populated business areas in Western Europe.

Eindhoven airport is Holland’s second busiest, after Schiphol. Major airlines such as Air France and Ryanair provide economic and convenient travel to major cities in Western Europe. Motorway A2, from Amsterdam to Luxemburg, goes through Eindhoven/Veldhoven.
On the north side of the town A58 and the A50 connects to Rotterdam (northwest bound) and Nijmegen (northeast bound). To the south of Eindhoven, A67 connects to Antwerp (west bound) and Duisburg (east bound).

Eindhoven has one International school for primary and secondary level students. It offers an International Baccalaureate degree program for secondary students and is accredited by the Community of International Schools (CIS) and the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC). Two local universities, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven (TUE) and Fontys University (of Applied Sciences) provide sufficient resources for industrial skills required by the work force.

Represented corporations:
Eindhoven plays host to many international corporations. Among the most well known are Philips Lighting, Philips Medical, ASML, NXP and DAF truck. Eindhoven also attracts many other foreign business companies in high tech, ICT and related fields.