ASML hands out first Young Talent Award

Young, starting entrepreneurs compete for the ASML Young Talent Award for the first time this year. The manufacturer of chip-making machines wants to offer a platform to young talents where they can present themselves.

Three finalists were chosen out of nine candidates: Bas Lemmens from Nemo Healthcare, Ard Jacobs from Pillo Games and Gerrit Naus from Preceyes Medical Robotics.The finalists will present themselves during the award ceremony on 25 March. Then, the audience will chose the one who will bring home the ASML Young Talent Award.

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