Despite the lockdown, the Startup in Residence participants are still very busy working on their prototypes and solutions. But what have they been up to exactly and how have they been dealing with the COVID-19 crisis? Time for an update! This time: Ocean Grazer.
Despite the lockdown, the Startup in Residence participants are still very busy working on their prototypes and solutions. But what have they been up to exactly and how have they been dealing with the COVID-19 crisis? Time for an update! The first startup: SecGroep.
Distinctive city skylines & unique wooden decorations for every interior! Nice to have, nice to give!
We creëren een transparante samenwerking van betrouwbare, enthousiaste en betrokken Groningers die zich ondernemend verbinden om de regio mooier en trotser te maken.
Impact. One of the most popular buzzwords of the last couple of years, but what is it exactly? And more importantly, how do you ‘do’ impact? Read on!
Marketing support for companies with sustainability as a core value.
Powering 12.5 million Dutch households by 2040. Groningen Seaports, Shell Netherlands and Gasunie announced plans last week to make the Eemshaven in Groningen the center of green hydrogen production in Northwest Europe, and the biggest project in the world.
An overview of awesome initiatives to boost your startupEcosystem initiatives
In an effort to create affordable and sustainable production, a new Northern Dutch consortium, is going to develop an innovative and far more sustainable method to drastically reduce the production cost of thermoplastic composites. The project, called Luxovius, is financially backed by SNN and the Groningen and Drenthe provincial governments, with a sum of €3.5 million. The project should also create 25 new jobs.
Thanks to a joint investment from the Economic Board Groningen and others, BioTX is able to take a giant leap forward in their ambition to create a factory producing widely used chemicals on a large scale, in a completely sustainable and circular way. Three existing shareholders and two new ones decided to finance the amount necessary. Carduso Capital, Lynnovation and Vries Beheer followed up on earlier investments, the GROEIfonds of the Economic Board Groningen and the NOM decided to co-finance.