“A ellow in the broadest sense is someone who is an equalor a comrade. The term ellow is also used to describe a
person. It is most often used in an academic context: a
ellow is oten part o an elite group o learned people whoare awarded ellowship to work together as peers in thepursuit o knowledge or practice. The ellows may includevisiting proessors, postdoctoral researchers and doctoralresearchers.”
The Dutch Fellows are:
• members with dierent titles• active online through social media and dutchfellows.com• organizers of meetings where business meets entertainment• a diverse group of unied individuals
• todays startups can be tomorrow’s giants• todays students can be tomorrow’s leaders• big business needs love too
• anyone can request an invitation• but you need at least one member to support your application
MEMBERSHIPS AND EVENTS
Membership o the Dutch Fellows: The Dutch Fellows have a natural hierarchy, not one thatdominates, but a structure that inspires. Members are invitedto all Fellow Events, without any obligation to attend. Fellow Events: The Dutch Fellows will periodically organize and be presentat international events. Attending an event organized by theDutch Fellows doesn’t mean you’ve become a member, but itcould be a rst step towards membership.
Primary goal of all Fellow Events is to promote and facilitate
personal networking and business development by itsmembers.
BUSINESS IS PERSONAL
Members o The Dutch Fellows are equal, but not the same.
To emphasize this there are dierent titles for the various
Invitations to join The Dutch Fellows are always personal.Founders leave and start new companies. Companies are soldand shut down. But talent is orever.