Almost 100 companies have relocated from Britain to the Netherlands or set up offices there and a further 325 companies are considering doing so in the wake of Brexit, a Dutch government agency said.
Although Mark Rutte, the Dutch prime minister, said that he "doesn't see Brexit as a business opportunity", the Netherlands Foreign Investment Agency said that interest in the Netherlands was growing.
The NFIA, which works to attract foreign companies to the Netherlands, says that firms working in the financial sector, IT, the media, advertising, life sciences and health find the country the most attractive.
More and more companies are orienting themselves in the Netherlands as a potential new base in the European market"
A string of media companies, including Bloomberg and the Discovery television channel, are also moving some London-based staff to Amsterdam.
"It is clear that the Netherlands regrets the intended departure of the British from the European Union. And it is clear that Brexit undeniably has economic implications for international business, because they do business everywhere in Europe," said NFIA Commissioner Jeroen Nijland.
"The ongoing growing uncertainty in the United Kingdom, and the increasingly clearer possibility of a no deal, is causing major economic unrest for these companies. That is why more and more companies are orienting themselves in the Netherlands as a potential new base in the European market."
The agency said it expected further companies to make the switch in the coming months.
The Netherlands has been competing with Germany, France, Belgium and Ireland to attract Brexit-related moves.