New Voucher Round ZorgTech: Open from April 15th

Are you a driven entrepreneur with an innovative technological…

If you want to start a Field Lab, think twice

In recent years, we’ve seen Field Labs popping up in many places…

UNIIQ one of the most successful early stage funds in Europe

50 deals in 5 years. Since its launch in 2016, the South-Holland…

QuantWare secures investment of UNIIQ and to develop first standardised quantum processors

QuantWare has secured a €650,000 investment from proof-of-concept…

DeNoize receives an investment to mitigate noise pollution from UNIIQ, a Dutch proof-of-concept fund

The Hague, January 21st – DeNoize, a Delft-based start-up receives…

Smooth and sustainable home delivery with smart planning software from Plotwise

This year, online ordering has reached an unprecedented level.…
€1 mln. voor HR Tech startup Equalture die teams optimaliseert door diversiteit

HR Tech startup Equalture secures €1m investment for bias-free recruitment solution

Rotterdam startup Equalture has secured a €1m investment from…
LINQ, InnovationQuarter’s annual get-together

LINQ, InnovationQuarter’s annual get-together

LINQ, InnovationQuarter’s annual get-together Some 90 representatives…

Idris Oncology one of first companies to receive free human tissue through Codex4SME’s

The Leiden based biotechnology firm Idris Oncology is one of the three SME’s in Europe to receive human tissue through the Codex4SME’s consortium, in order to help them progress their diagnostic product towards clinical application. Interreg project Codex4SME's supports entrepreneurs in Life Sciences & Health sector in obtaining human tissue from biobanks. The application process for tissue can be very lingering and complicated.

2018 Annual Report: InnovationQuarter assists record number of companies expanding to West Holland

In 2018, InnovationQuarter helped 53 (foreign) companies to open…

Four Motors of Europe visiting Rotterdam, Delft and Leiden

This week, InnovationQuarter and the Province of Zuid-Holland were delighted to host a large business delegation from Baden-Württemberg, Catalonia, Lombardy and Auvergne-Rôhne Alpes. These leading industrial regions have a 30-year-old partnership, called ‘Four Motors for Europe’. How can we strengthen cooperation with partners in the Netherlands to tackle our shared challenges in public health and electro-mobility? The ‘Four Motors’, led by Ms. Katrin Schütz (State Secretary of Economic Affairs, Labour and Housing for Baden-Württemberg), were looking forward to explore this question together with innovative companies and leading knowledge institutions in Zuid-Holland.

Energy innovation fund of the Province of Zuid-Holland invests in European smart energy fund SET Ventures

Change can’t be achieved without crossing province borders. The transition towards clean energy is a task that requires a European approach. That’s why ENERGIIQ, the energy innovation fund of the province of Zuid-Holland invests in the European smart energy fund SET Fund III.

South African student housing developer CampusKey chooses Leiden for new European headquarters

CampusKey, the South African developer of student housing complexes, focuses on expanding their successful housing formula to Europe. With approximately 4000 universities & higher educational institutes and a growing number of international students throughout Europe, the market outlook looks highly promising. The office is set up at PLNT, the incubator for start-ups in Leiden, where CampusKey will be close to innovations that can potentially be included in their student housing concepts. From here, they shall also act as a bridge to the start-up community located in their facilities in South Africa.

New Airbus Netherlands facility for production of space technology officially opened by Dutch Prime Minister Rutte

On November 8th Dutch Prime Minister Rutte officially opened the new production facility of Airbus Defence and Space Netherlands in Oegstgeest. In the 5,000 sqm smart factory, which is equipped with industry 4.0 capabilities, the Leiden-based site of Airbus develops, builds, tests and qualifies the engine frames for the lower and upper propulsion module of the Ariane 6. “The new production facility of Airbus is relevant, not only for the development of space, but also for employment and innovation in the Netherlands,” Prime Minister Rutte emphasised in his speech during the celebratory opening event.