Facts, figures, news and feature articles about Amsterdam’s startup scene, plus testimonials from Amsterdam-based founders.
Due to the outbreak of the coronavirus, there are various initiatives and programmes in place to support Amsterdam’s startup ecosystem.
The rise of artificial intelligence in the workplace will not mean fewer jobs. There may even be more jobs – particularly for those who are flexible, self-managing and willing to continually learn. As witnessed at the recent [email protected] event, this shift is already apparent in the healthcare sector – especially in Amsterdam where startups and healthcare facilities are collaborating to chart out a promising future.
A roster of accelerator and incubator programmes in Amsterdam are looking for startups that want to take things to the next level. Offering financial support, networking opportunities and valuable guidance, they can help small companies scale up and succeed.
Stay up to date with Amsterdam’s startup scene with our funding roundup from 10 March 2020.
The scholarships have been created to help relieve the shortage of women working in the tech sector and will be available to students in Barcelona, Madrid, Paris and the Dutch capital.