Not one, but four Dutch start-ups have won a trip to Silicon Valley. They will all get to follow a training program at Draper University this summer.
‘The ultimate Silicon Valley accelerator experience’ for an energetic founder with a scaleable Dutch start-up
Draper’s Silicon Summer Pitch Prize competition is the result of a partnership between LUMO Labs, Draper University and LUMO Labs’ local ecosystem partners Braventure and High Tech Campus Eindhoven.
Dutch State Secretary Mona Keijzer expects this financial support for innovation to help several dozen new knowledge-intensive companies get off the ground in the coming years.
“We would like to know whose drone is flying – from where, to where, on what path and altitude – just like with planes, only closer to the ground”
“There’s a surprising, unusual window of opportunity – one that promises to open wider with Brexit and the change in administrations coming in 2021.”
PWXR came up with an active e-sports competition for students, a "great alternative for the introduction period."
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