PwC and YES!Delft partnership

PwC – new partner YES!Delft

PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) joins YES!Delft and YES!Delft The Hague as a knowledge and innovation partner. With this, the tech incubator strengthens the ecosystem for startups.

As a knowledge partner, PwC will provide the startup programs of YES!Delft with experts from various fields. The startups can also make use of the PwC network and YES!Delft will support PwC with their innovation challenges.

YES!Delft has been one of the top incubators in the world for years and brings together experts, investors and corporate partners in its ecosystem. Rabobank, Shell and Royal Haskoning, among others, have previously joined as partners. Evert Jaap Lugt, Managing Director YES!Delft: “An active and extensive ecosystem is an inseparable part of our ambition to remain among the top. Only the best partners fit into this; PwC is a creditable company, and we are pleased they want to share their knowledge and expertise to further help the startups in our ecosystem.”

Edwin van Wijngaarden and Noor Sanders, both partners at PwC consultancy and accountants, were at the cradle of the new collaboration: “The world around us is changing faster than ever. This offers opportunities but also challenges for both PwC and our clients. To be able to answer the important questions of today, but also of tomorrow, we must work together. The partnership with YES!Delft is an example of such collaboration. By connecting our knowledge and our network to that of YES!Delft, we are mutually reinforcing and make a difference together.”

About YES!Delft – building tomorrow’s leading firms

YES!Delft, founded in 2005, has become one of the most successful startup incubators in the world. With the concept of incubator 4.0, YES!Delft offers tech startups comprehensive services that cover all facets of entrepreneurship. Over 200 startups have access to the unique YES!Delft ecosystem of mentors, experts, investors and corporate partners. YES!Delft offers eight focus areas, including aviation, cleantech, robotics and medtech. The startups in the office in The Hague focus on digital technology, in particular, artificial intelligence and blockchain. More information can be found on

About PwC

PwC wants to contribute to build trust in society and solve significant problems with their network of companies in 157 countries and over 276.000 people. PwC considers it their task to deliver quality in the field of assurance, tax and advisory services. You can find more information about PwC at PwC refers to the Dutch company and can sometimes refer to the PwC network. Each affiliated company is a separate legal entity. See for more information.

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