The city of 's Hertogenbosch, commonly called Den Bosch, is strategically located in the south of the Netherlands and is the provincial capital of the province of Noord-Brabant. ‘s-Hertogenbosch has about 155.000 inhabitants. It is an attractive city to live in. The historic and vibrant old city and its proximity to nature, add to its authentic appeal. The city is internationally known for its fortified and preserved heritage sites, cultural events and its hospitable and bourgundian lifestyle. New technologies, digitization and data science shape up the new possibilities for the future. And every day, thousands of students study for the jobs of the future at the universities of applied sciences, vocational colleges, schools and labs in ‘s-Hertogenbosch. And I In recent years, ‘s-Hertogenbosch has also become known as the Data City of the Netherlands, with the Jheronimus Academy of Data and the yearly Den Bosch Data Week; attracting new talent, knowledge and businesses to the city. As a Data City, our main focus in the EU-affairs is on economics, talent development and sustainability. The city of ‘s-Hertogenbosch has an office in Brussels within the House of Dutch Provinces on Rue de Trèves 59-61.