One third of all food produced in the world is wasted and Dutch food-tech startup OneThird wants to fix this global problem. With its “fresh produce quality prediction platform”, the company has developed technology and algorithms to help reduce waste in the food supply chain
Utrecht-based email newsletter service Revue has been acquired by Twitter. Revue, founded in 2015 makes it easy for writers and publishers to send free and paid editorial newsletters and get paid for their content.
Virtuagym’s Pro+ solution opens up an alternate path for gym and studio owners to generate revenue during the COVID-19 pandemic. With Pro+ Virtuagym developed a technology that helps people live a more active, healthy lifestyle and the demand for digital coaching tools surged as the Virtuagym technology paved the way for our customers to continue offering services during a lockdown while generating revenue
Amsterdam-based start-up Creative Fabrica offers a marketplace connecting crafters and designers. While currently having their vast part of customers in the US, Creative Fabrica is ready to expand into other countries.
The DyeCoo textile dyeing machines offer a new clean technology and process, based on supercritical CO2 dyeing. This dyeing process of polyester textiles and yarn is a water-free and chemical-free.
Satellite-powered geo-data analytics company Satelligence provides companies, governments and NGO’s daily insights into the global performance of agricultural production and supply chain risks, such as deforestation, forest fires and flooding.
E-commerce is booming. Sendcloud, a Dutch Scale-up based in Eindhoven is an all-in-one shipping platform for e-commerce businesses that want to scale. The company empowers online retailers to compete by optimizing the full shipping process from checkout to returns. The innovative platform turns e-commerce logistics from a bottleneck into an accelerator, making shipping a competitive advantage.
RAI Amsterdam will launch the first Amsterdam Drone Week from 26 – 20 November 2018.
Leading Dutch surface expert Stahl and Ananas Anam, a pioneer company in circular innovation and product development, have achieved a breakthrough in sustainable and innovative new materials.
Dutch companies and research institutes (ECN, TNO, MARIN, TAQA, and Oceans of Energy) have initiated the design, construction and operation of the world’s first offshore floating solar farm: ‘Solar at Sea’.
Dutch-based Alfen has announced the launch of its initial public offering (IPO) on Euronext Amsterdam.
Vitro Plus, a Dutch producer of an extensive assortment of ferns, has developed a new cultivation system for ferns.
Two Dutch entrepreneurs are fighting the ban on iconic classic cars in cities around the world, by converting decommissioned vintage Porsche 911 cars into electric vehicles.
UNStudio in the Netherlands has designed a cable car system supported by a network of towers for the Swedish city of Gothenburg.
Contest Yachts has grown into one of the largest and oldest family-run yards in the world.
Whenever and wherever people have to work at heights, Holland Lift is a well-known name.
For centuries the Dutch have had a love-hate relationship with water. As large parts of the ...
Founded in 1885, Smals started out as a gravel dredger, continuing and growing in this line of business until
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