Dutch Startup News Update – Cabture, Startupbootcamp in China, Rutte meets startups
5 March, 2021 by
Dutch Startup News Update – Cabture, Startupbootcamp in China, Rutte meets startups
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Here’s everything you need to know about the startup scene in The Netherlands right now. 


Dutch e-commerce platform CloudSuite received an investment from 5square and existing investors.

Time tracking startup Tiq announced a 310.000 euro seed investment from four angels.

Co-browsing startup Surfly from Amsterdam got a 1 million euro investment from their American partner ReadyTech.

Travel-planning startup Cabture secured 104 percent of its crowdfund goal. The company wants to create seamless journeys from A-Z for passengers.

News & Updates

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is often associated with low job performance and a greater chance of becoming unemployed. But a new study by Ingrid Verheul of Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (RSM) and a team of colleagues shows that there could be an benefit too. They found that people with hyperactivity, one of the main symptoms of ADHD, are more likely to start their own company and become self-employed.

Accelerator Startupbootcamp announced their expansion to the Chinese market with the launch of a first China-based program. Focusing on scaling the country’s digital health entrepreneurs, the program marks a joint partnership between Startupbootcamp and Thinkzone – a private incubator accommodating over 500 enterprises in mobile internet, software R&D, and digital media.

YES!Delft had the honour to welcome Prime Minister Mark Rutte on Wednesday. Rutte met with several founders, including those of Nerdalize, who announced a new partnership with Eneco. Software startup ParaPy found a launching customer in aviation company Fokker.

Fokker will be working with Parapy to automate and optimize the complex process of designing and building aircraft parts.

Nerdalize places servers in homes to generate affordable cloud computing, free heating and a significant CO2 reduction.

Monday Reads

What to Look for in an Accelerator? As much as accelerators often tout themselves as the place to learn everything about entrepreneurship, I believe that this is actually not the most important part (by far) – The Heretic

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