Boost of hundreds of start-ups

As of now start-ups in Eindhoven area will get more support to get their business up and running and in growing their business.

This is a plan from Eindhoven Startups Foundation. They aim at supporting Start-ups with expert-help from High Tech Campus and Brainport Development and by linking companies together so they can help each other.

Lots of Start-ups need support e.g. in getting the right advice or breaking down legal barriers. This is what Eindhoven Startups Foundation aims.

Eindhoven is the first city in the Netherlands starting this initiative: Start-ups joining forces and helping each other to become stronger.

Neelie Kroes, a former European Commissioner, was at the kick-off meeting at the town hall. Now Neelie Kroes is a special ambassador for Start-ups in The Netherlands.

Source: Studio040
Translation: Christoph van der Reijden

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