Coronavirus - Measures Taken by Dutch Government to Support Businesses and Entrepreneurs

25 March 2020

The Dutch government is taking measures to help businesses entrepreneurs affected by the coronavirus COVID-19 crisis. This article covers these measures, and tells you which Dutch national organisations you can turn to for more information and advice.

The Dutch government is taking measures to help businesses entrepreneurs affected by the coronavirus COVID-19 crisis. This article covers these measures, and tells you which Dutch national organisations you can turn to for more information and advice. 

  • Extra support for self-employed professionals (Bbz/Tozo)
  • Temporary Emergency Bridging Measure for Sustained Employment (NOW)
  • SME credit guarantee scheme (BMKB-C)
  • Business loan guarantee scheme (Garantie Ondernemingsfinanciering, GO)
  • Compensation (compensatieregeling voor door coronamaatregelen getroffen sectoren)
  • Tax options for entrepreneurs

Keep an eye on the Business.gov.nl page for the most accurate up-to-date information. For more general information on the CoViD-19 pandemic, check our own page on the subject.