CIC Rotterdam grows to over 100 innovative companies

The Cambridge Innovation Center’s (CIC) Rotterdam location now houses more than 100 innovative businesses in its 4.500 m2 innovation center on the 4th floor of Rotterdam’s iconic Groot Handelsgebouw in Rotterdam’s Central District.

New € 700,000 investment accelerates international growth of Cybersprint

Each week, hundreds of thousands of websites are hacked. Hackers misuse the names of well-known companies and institutions to create fake sites in order to steal personal information and other data. Under the leadership of CEO Pieter Jansen, Cybersprint has developed a software solution that identifies all websites associated with an organisation and detects phishing and malware sites. A new € 700,000 investment by InnovationQuarter and two angel investors, Lennard Zwart and Arthur van der Wees, will allow Cybersprint to further develop this software and accelerate its international growth.

TerugblIQ - InnovationQuarter 2016 Annual Report

In its third year of existence, InnovationQuarter has had a record 12-month period, according to its 2016 Annual Report published today. The regional development agency attracted more foreign firms than ever to the region, has made no less than 19 investments and stimulated several dozen innovative partnerships between companies. In 2016, InnovationQuarter’s activities led to € 139 million of additional private investments and the creation of 971 new jobs in the region.

American cyber security company Dtex Systems sets up in Europe’s leading security cluster

The Hague and Europe’s leading security cluster today witnessed the arrival of a new cyber security firm. The US company Dtex Systems was officially welcomed at the HSD Campus by The Hague Security Delta and InnovationQuarter. CEO of Dtex Systems, Christy Wyatt, flew over to West Holland from San Jose, California, to sign the HSD Premium Partnership and receive a special plaque to mark the occasion.

King Willem-Alexander visits The Hague Security Delta

On 23 March 2017, his Majesty King Willem-Alexander visited The Hague Security Delta: a network in which businesses, knowledge institutions and governments work together on knowledge development and innovation in the field of security.