During the Dutch Technology Week, many of the speakers unveiled surprising, innovative technologies that are being worked on in the Netherlands. An overview of the top 3.
Dutch Technology Week Talk: Start-ups share their story about starting and growing in Food-, Med- and High Tech
Starting and growing in tech is the focus all week long during the Dutch Technology Week. Start-ups in Med Tech, Food Tech and High Tech share their success stories.
On the Suikerterrein, vocational students from Architecture to Fashion studies are working together on sustainable projects. "Collaborations arise that you could never have imagined before now,"
The Dutch city of Groningen was designated as the site to test the Hyperloop: a tubular transport system where people or goods travel at speeds of up to 700 kph through a low-pressure network.
It was announced this week that the NEW consortium will receive €8 million from the Dutch government to realize its water technology goals.
This week, entrepreneur Andy Lürling - who has been in business for more than 17 years - talks about how he was once steered in the wrong direction with well-intentioned advice.
Richard Straver, founder of Online Payment Platform and entrepreneur for more than sixteen years, explains why he consciously chose not to become a director of his company.
The Data Week will be held in Den Bosch from 26 October. Universities, governments and companies will share the latest data insights. Innovation Origins looks ahead this week.
AgroExact installs local weather stations to supply farmers with information via an app
The Data Week will be held in Den Bosch in the Netherlands from October 26. Universities, public authorities and companies will share the latest insights into data. IO offers a preview here.