The Dutch capital is a true magnet for startups and the 4th most active startup hub in Europe. It is home to renowned tech giants and world-class home-grown companies, a high quality of life, an enviable work-life balance, international tech talent, government-supported startup visa, and unmissable coffee culture.
To recap the year, we’ve pulled in interesting analysis about the development of the sector, statistics about biggest employers, investments, employment taxes paid, turnovers and more. In addition to the statistics, we also have comments from seasoned members of Estonian startup scene.
Starting in March, the BendTech coworking space on SW Emkay Drive will make one of its private offices available at no charge to the founder of an early stage company.The Startup Founders Office is meant to solidify ongoing efforts to make the coworking space a hub of startup activity, said Tim Riefke, executive director of the nonprofit organization that runs BendTech.
Entrepreneurial hubs around the country are rethinking how they attract and support a group of business founders they’ve historically overlooked and underserved: entrepreneurs of color. In others, Black and Latino entrepreneurs are building business support structures from the ground up.
A new project at UVA Darden, called CIT.ee, or Cities Innovating Tomorrow’s Entrepreneurial Ecosystems, seeks to answer a host of long-running questions on developing entrepreneurial communities in small to midsize cities.
With the help of NASA’s Jet Propulsion Lab, the U.S. Air Force, Lockheed Martin, Maxar Technologies, SAIC and the Israel Aerospace Industries company, Techstars and Starburst Aerospace are launching an accelerator focused on the space industry in Los Angeles.