How can Groningen Seaports attract and retain a new generation of diverse talent? Startup in Residence participant Rand Design says it’s not just about good primary job benefits such as salary, but also about secondary benefits, like facilitating childcare.
Groningen Seaports is booming and in dire need of IT talent to fill up all those new vacancies. Startup in Residence participant Growth says the answer lies in finding talent before they graduate and is developing a platform to match students, during their study, with companies in the region.
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Making sports facilities like swimming pools and ice rinks more sustainable is quite a challenge. Startup in Residence participant Sustainable Buildings already has a lot of experience doing just that for office buildings, and decided to take on this challenge too.
Event networking with just a swipe. Knockl is looking for event organisers to use their free event app!
We developed Knockl, an app for networking that is particularly handy for events. An intelligent algorithm sorts the participant list for each user by relevance to him or her. So you will quickly find the people you really want to meet at the top of the participant list. After successful testing, we are now looking for event organisers in the Netherlands to use it on their events. The app is entirely free of charge!
In januari besloot Koen Atema een nieuw avontuur aan te gaan. Daarom zijn we op zoek naar iemand die zijn schoenen kan vullen en voor de komende jaren mooie plannen smeedt om het Groninger startup ecosysteem nog beter te verbinden en op de kaart te zetten. We zijn inmiddels startup stad nummer 2 in Nederland, maar we gaan natuurlijk voor goud!
How do you make buildings more sustainable, safer and healthier to work in? Startup in Residence participant Greatwaves says all you need is Wi-Fi, and is currently testing their prototype at the Zernike Campus.
No shortage of beautiful parks in Groningen. Home to many festivals and cultural events, but also the place to chill during warm and sunny days. However, maintenance and cleaning up is costly, not to mention the need to protect the grass, trees and other plant life against an increasing number of visitors. Startup in Residence participant SecGroep uses sensors to monitor the soil and crowds and use the data to help prevent damage and make maintenance easier.
Attention Groningen based blockchain devs and A.I. wizards, the Odyssey Hackathon is looking for you! Join the world’s biggest blockchain hackathon in the world, work on pressing societal issues, with the chance to join the incubation program afterwards and work with big corporates and investors.