Got an early stage digital startup or a great idea? G-Force Capital is a pre-seed investment fund, meaning they invest in very early stage startups. The investment fund is looking for digital startups based in Groningen, for example with a recently finished prototype or currently working on validating their idea.
Want to help make Groningen a better place with your startup?Find out more about Startup In Residence here!
Having a great business idea is one thing. A solid business plan that attracts potential investors however, is quite another skill. To help promising young companies prepare for the next big step, Flinc launched an Investor Readiness Program, with the official kick-off last Tuesday.
Amsterdam Capital Week has been creating events that foster genuine connections between entrepreneurs and potential investors. Now in its fifth year, the event takes place between the 23rd and 25th of September, with plenty of informal opportunities to meet investors and fellow entrepreneurs, but also interesting, funny and educational sessions to join.
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.
25 progressive Dutch venture capital investors (VCs) and TechLeap.NL (formerly StartupDelta) are entering into a joint initiative under the name #FundRight that will lead to a more diverse startup ecosystem. As a first step, they are addressing equal funding opportunities for female founders by signing the diversity statement. They also call on other VCs to endorse this declaration.
Four promising tech startups and a €20,000 investment. Last Thursday at Het Kasteel, startups Buku, Tubber, Bondex and RCPTS pitched their company during the first G-Force Pitch Event.
Is your SME (MKB) working an innovative technology, product or service? The Northern Netherlands Alliance (SNN) has new subsidies available to help you out!
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Hanze Worldwide is organizing a public speaking event on the 10th of May from 14.30 to 17.30 o’clock. The event is called “HanzeTalks-Innovation” and shares visions all around the topic of innovation with the goal to raise funds for the Hanze Worldwide Foundation. Raised money of the event goes to the “Royal Goldland Scholarship Programme”, which aims to fund young people in Tanzania between the age of 16 and 20, who cannot afford to pay for their tuition fees for programmes in, e.g. entrepreneurship and IT. We are looking for YOU! Are you passionate about what you are doing and believe it is innovative in any way? Then we would love to hear your story and have you speak at our event in front of 100 students and faculty members to spread you visions and knowledge. If you are interested in participating as a speaker and therefore help us raise money for our charity then please contact us via email email@example.com or via LinkedIn: Leandra Nast or Tom Junge, and we will provide you with further information. Let's Share our talent and move the world.