The event was held at Amsterdam Flavours Experience in the center of Amsterdam.
The RVO, Netherlands Enterprise Agency, gave a short presentation on the programs offered by the Dutch government to promote trade.
Musab Nazzal, the general manager of Pure Palestine, holding one of the company's premium packaging options: a selection of stuffed dates.
Pure Palestine works with special presentations for their dates. This packaging includes raisin-stuffed dates, walnut-stuffed dates, almond-stuffed dates, fig-stuffed dates, and cashew-stuffed dates. The company also offers chocolate-covered dates.
Samer Jarrar and Subhi Anabtawi of Al'Ard Palestinian Agri-Products Ltd. The company works with a variety of products and has a strong focus on improving conditions for growers in Palestine.
Among other products, Al'Ard produces Medjoul dates and sells them in a variety of packages.
Moen Shetaya, CEO of Qitaf. The company produces dates and has facilities in Palestine and Europe.
Momen Sinokrot, the managing director of Palestine Gardens.
The 500 gram packaging for the Medjoul dates produced by Palestine Gardens can be found in many countries throughout the globe.
Palestine Gardens is a member of the INC and was the first company to win the Palestine Exporter Award for Best Palestinian Exporting Company in the Agricultural and Ago-Industrial Sector in 2015.
Mohammed Nuseibeh is the CEO of the Palestine Trade Centre, and one of the organizers of the event.
Jamal Abo Jarrar is the general manager of the Palestine Dates Company.
The two pound packaging of the Medjool Dates from the Palestine Date Company.
Monique Harmsen of Just Outside and Christie de Vrij of Building On Events are the organizers of the day's proceedings.
Sager Abuijlan (Tomran), Hasan Atyani (New Farm), Dr. Bassam Takatkah (Tomran), and Ahmned Acabadelah (Tomran).
A group photo of all the event's attendees.