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Friday, December 3, 2021

Jorritsma is done with slow cabinet formation

It is high time that politicians in The Hague 'put their feet up' and quickly form a new cabinet. It must 'tackle the real...

Renovation Area51 almost finished: ‘This is now the hotspot for urban culture’

It is to become a hotspot for 'urban culture': the renovated Area51 at Strijp-S. The renovation is almost finished. One and a half years ago,...

Surge of demand for Swapfiets from new students

Almost everyone recognises a Swapfiets nowadays: the recognisable rental bike with the blue striped tyres. As the new academic year began this week, there...

Van Moll wants to finance expansion by crowdfunding

Van Moll Craft Beer wants to move on after a difficult corona period. The pub, with its own brewery, started a crowdfunding campaign to...

Hospitality industry faces major staff shortage

Hospitality bosses in the region are facing major problems due to the ongoing staff shortage. Eveline Wu, who owns several restaurants in Eindhoven, says...

Entrepreneurs at Kruisstraat go to court with road closure

Entrepreneurs of Kruisstraat want the road to remain open in the evenings. The road closure does not only keep the cars, but also people...
High Tech campus is growing rapidly

Rapid growth of High Tech Campus: “This is an inspiring place”.

Sharing knowledge, a large network, and an inspiring work environment. These are important reasons for tech companies to establish themselves at the High Tech...

Eindhoven invention helps African doctors get cheap mouth masks

Doctors and nurses in Uganda will soon be wearing mouth masks made from recycled plastic, with an Eindhoven signature. The Eindhoven technology company TMC...

Chipmaker NXP sees turnover rise by 40 per cent

Eindhoven-based chipmaker NXP turned over $2.6 billion in the second quarter of 2021. Compared to a year earlier, the company's turnover rose by 43 per...
High Tech Campus

HTC welcomes 40 new companies in corona year

The High Tech Campus attracted forty new companies last year. This is what the business campus has announced. This influx took place in a year...

Syrian loses opportunity at ASML – Thanks to trade war

After six months of applying for his dream job, he didn't qualify because he had the wrong nationality. It happened to a Syrian electrical...
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