Good news for Groningen! The government announced this week it will invest millions to scale up the production of green gas and hydrogen. Minister of Economic Affairs and Climate Policy Eric Wiebes informed the government of measures and subsidies to support large scale, affordable and sustainable production.
Groningen software scale-up Klippa is offering its expense and invoice processing tool for free to healthcare organizations across the world. Klippa decided to do this in light of the current COVID-19 crisis. The company wants to relieve the healthcare sector of administrative stress and ensure that employees no longer need to physically come in contact with anyone when doing their finances.
News for entrepreneurs: Axivate Capital has €10 million immediately available for innovative health and med tech scale-ups, NDC offers free advertising space for entrepreneurs, NOM offers payment deferral, City makes funds available for innovation and more.
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Groningen companies EventInsight, Bano and MartiniPlaza and the Delft company aanmelder.nl have joined forces to allow events such as conventions to continue. With Let's Get Digital, a digital platform, visitors become participants and can network digitally, attend lectures and attend workshops, comfortably from their homes.
Even though these are difficult and uncertain times, the Groningen community is coming together to deal with the consequences of the Coronavirus. For some uplifting news, here are a few companies and entrepreneurs trying to make a difference. Did we miss anyone? Let us know and we’ll update accordingly.
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Medical tech company Polyganics started construction yesterday of a brand new office building at the Zernike campus. The company has been growing rapidly in the past years and is expected to double in size between now and 2023. This new building will accommodate the head office, ultra modern research labs, as well as production and packaging facilities.
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.