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To help society adjust to the ‘new normal’ in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak, a new challenge is asking people to submit ideas for thriving at a safe distance to others.
The Dutch government has announced it is making an additional €150 million available to its Corona Bridge Loan scheme for startups, scale-ups and innovative SMEs. The number of responses to the loan scheme so far has exceeded expectations, with the majority of startup and scale-up applicants coming from Amsterdam.
The event will take place online to help attendees maintain social distance while offering a look at the latest tech and new developments that are coming soon.
Many projects were jumpstarted at last month’s Hack the Crisis hackathon, which sought solutions to the problems caused by the coronavirus crisis. Startup Amsterdam spoke with the four winning teams about the current state of their endeavours – and what they still need to succeed.
The City of Amsterdam is asking entrepreneurs to submit ideas for succeeding in the post-lockdown world and will choose three to receive the support needed to make them a reality.