”Some newcomers who want to rent or buy a house, for example, may have problems understanding Dutch real estate agents since they cannot always explain the financial process or building conditions in English. At Dutch universities of applied sciences, where future experts learn the field of finances, facility management and real estate, integration of English can be poor and future Dutch experts are not always prepared to deal with foreign clients. These were just some influences that prompted expat Beata Bruggeman-Sekowska to write a book on Dutch-English terms for working in the Dutch facility management, real estate and construction sector”. ( original title: Facility Management en bouwkunde. Engelse en Nederlandse Terminologie. Facility Management and Construction. Dutch-English terminology: ISBN: 9789079532063)
By Expatica: The biggest expat media platform Expatica publishing in the Netherlands, Belgium, France, Germany, Spain, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, Luxembourg, Russia, Portugal, and South Africa.
Read more here:http://www.expatica.com/nl/employment/Dutch-business-dictionary-Dutch-business-terms_917720.html
The book is available in all Dutch, Belgium bookstores, on Amazone.com and here: https://www.bol.com/nl/p/facility-management-en-bouwkunde/9200000027099183/
Watch also our video about the book.
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