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The Groningen digital agency Alledaags recently received an investment from Nextgen Ventures for the development of a unique, intelligent learning environment for healthcare. The learning environment uses Artificial Intelligence to make healthcare training more efficient and effective.
Klippa, the company behind digital receipts, received €250,000 in a second investment round, making it a very successful year for the startup from Groningen. In the last 6 months, their subsidiary company KlippaCast landed a spot in Startup Bootcamp’s Fintech Accelerator and they also won the ASN Bank World Award in the category Nature & Environment.
If you’re still on the fence about signing up for the Startup in Residence program, or still fine tuning your idea, here’s a little inspiration from our friends and alumni in Amsterdam, who have just finished their third program.
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.
Last week, we had our Startup in Residence information meetup. If you couldn’t make it, or if you’re interested, here are the questions other entrepreneurs asked, along with a few clarifications. Be sure to check our FAQ too.
An overview of awesome initiatives to boost your startupEcosystem initiatives
Want to help make Groningen a better place with your startup? The Groningen City and Province are looking for ambitious startups to come up with new and innovative ways to tackle social issues and urban challenges. Startup in Residence is a 5 month program where you’ll get intensive coaching and training, and the City and Province will act as launching customer for the most promising solutions.
Contributing to sustainable economic growth in northern Groningen