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to janm297 I'd like to add that advisory does not convey the frontal instruction part that is essential to Referententätigkeit on a case-by-case basis. A Referent is a speaker on a particular subject who lectures a group of people or even trains them on procedures.
@Streitparth: Personally I'd prefer "hired/seconded speaker/trainer", for the essence of a Referent in this context is that he is not normally part of the organisation hiring him. He may lecture on any subject, with a target of imparting knowledge to his audience - sort of results-oriented unlike university practice.
In the particular context of pharmaceutical speaking a R. may be nothing but a snake-oil charmer paid by manufacturers to sell some new medical gizmo.
Zu den Aktivitäten des Dutch Desk gehört insbesondere die Referententätigkeit für Angehörige des deutsch-niederländischen Netzwerks, beispielsweise für die Deutsch-Niederländische Handelskammer oder das Generalkonsulat des Königreichs der Niederlande.
The activities of the DUTCH DESK include, in particular, advisory services for members of the German-Dutch network, for example, for the German-Dutch Chamber of Commerce or the Consulate General of the Kingdom of the Netherlands.