Dutch startup news update: Bynder, Camptoo, Wonderflow
5 March, 2021 by
Dutch startup news update: Bynder, Camptoo, Wonderflow
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What happens in the startup scene in The Netherlands right now? Find out in another Dutch startup news update!

News & updates

Brand management startup Bynder was called the fastest growing software company in The Netherlands in the Main Software 50 competition.

Sports and sensors: 14 hardware startups enter HighTechXL's Fall 2016 programme.

Amsterdam-based 3D Hubs, the online marketplace for 3D printing services, has acquired Romanian startup Printivate – which lets you optimize and fix 3D models.

Rockstart announced its second Digital Health class, including ten startups from four different continents.

Dutch-British VC firm Keen Ventures just opened a new fund, worth 90 million euro, to invest in technology companies.

A great guestblog by Joachim Blazer, solving once and for all: should I raise 1 or 2 rounds?


Camptoo, the startup for sharing campers and caravans, has raised 650.000 euro with a crowdfunding campaign. The investment makes sure Camptoo can expand to the UK, Spain and Sweden.

Wonderflow, a consumer feedback analysis platform, received an undisclosed amount of series A funding from several Dutch entrepreneurs.

Tvilight, which offers lighting solutions for smart cities and IoT, received growth financing from Osram. With the investment the German lighting manufacturer took a minority share in Tvilight.

Monday reads

We're concerned, as should you. A lot of startups are not startups, but like to play startup. (Groove)

Love Black Mirror? Product Hunt made a list of the tech in the series that's already here! (Medium)

Hope this story isn't bullshit: poop may be the power of the future. (The Verge)

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