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: Bluedrives, formerly known as Biketogo.
Innofest receives funding, Catawiki founders go on a new adventure, Voys acquires a new company and more. Check out our latest news roundup:
Five years, some 350 clients in the region and abroad. Web agency Convident is making the transition from startup to scale-up, focusing on tailormade web services and online marketing, working with clients like the University Medical Center Groningen, global maritime insurance company Anker Crew Insurance and the City of Groningen. But what are the challenges of growing a web agency? And how has COVID-19 changed things?
Now that people are slowly returning to the office, one of the biggest challenges for companies is helping to facilitate social distancing. Together with Tomorrowmen and Spark Narrowcasting, Startup in Residence alumnus Greatwaves developed a free tool to keep track of how crowded offices are in real time. The first version is now live at the shared office building of Tomorrowmen, TRGR and Chordify.
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.
Five years, €31 million and 19 investments. Carduso Capital works together with the University of Groningen and the University Medical Center Groningen, to finance promising tech companies that have evolved out of academic research. Co-initiator and partner Frits Kok looks back on the challenges of setting things up, finding the right startups and what the next five years will look like.
In this interview series, entrepreneurs discuss how their company was affected by COVID-19, with highlights, low points, new routines and opportunities and what comes next. This time: entrepreneur and investor Marco de Jong.
Carduso Investments and RUG Holding (RHM) announced their investment in high tech startup QDI-Systems on Monday. The company is a spin-off from the Zernike Institute for Advanced Materials at the University of Groningen and develops imaging devices for medical applications, based on quantum dots. This investment will be used to further scale up the production of their Quantum Dot application for X-ray machines.
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