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Since 2005 we have built a broad portfolio of startups in Complex Technologies including Nanotech, AgriTech, Off Shore industry solutions, and Mobility. Since then we successfully supported 200+ ComplexTech startups developing everything from high-tech scootmobiles to inkless printers, that most of all solve real-life problems and make an impact in the world.
A 10-week part time program to find your product-market fit and talk to 100+ potential customers. In this pressure cooker, you will find your product-market fit and get access to our broad ecosystem of corporate partners, investors and launching customers.
We exclusively support tech startups with game-changing technology. We are looking for ambitious teams with at least two committed co-founders.
We understand what you are going through – long development processes, expensive prototyping, run-up time, etcetera. Our program is suitable for your complex technology ideas. With support from our ecosystem, your idea will be able to become a successful business
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Imagine you have difficulty walking and you need to get from A to B in a fast, safe and convenient way. No problem. You can do that, and you can do it in style, too. Dutch startup Scoozy is developing a mobility scooter that is easy to use, has intuitive steering and braking and is […]Read more
The sky is not the limit Sending a rocket into space is no easy task – and understandably so. It becomes even more complicated, though, when that rocket is supposed to reach an area above the Earth’s surface that has, so far, been only poorly studied. The ‘ignorosphere’ – often jokingly called so by scientists […]Read more