Want to help make Groningen a better place with your startup?Find out more about Startup In Residence here!
The results are in! Out of a total of 26 submissions for Startup in Residence, 8 startups have been selected to join the program. Last Friday at the Groninger Forum, they pitched their ideas and now it high time to roll up sleeves and get cracking on making Groningen and even more awesome place to work and live.
No suit & tie, no name cards. Angel Island brings startups together with potential angel investors, sailing together towards the fortress island of Pampus, near Amsterdam. There’s still a couple of spots left, so be sure to sign up before Thursday, September 20. We’ll take care of transportation and you’ll get a discount on tickets for the event.
The Startup in Residence program will officially kick off on September 14, but before we announce the final selection, we’d like you to meet the four mentors who will guide the startups to world domination in the coming five months. So without further ado and a drumroll for good measure, here they are!
Apply now for the Startup in Residence Amsterdam Metropolitan Area programme Startup in Residence Amsterdam is going regional! For the first time, nine municipalities join forces to connect startups, scale-ups, innovative SMB’s and social enterprises with key social and urban challenges in the Amsterdam Metropolitan Area.
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10 days left to sign up for our Startup in Residence program, so that’s why I wrote this blog: to get the word out to as many awesome startups as possible! If you’re still on the fence and thinking “What’s in it for me?”, here are a couple of reasons why you should definitely sign up.