As part of the Startup in Residence project, the City of The Hague invites innovative and ambitious startups to work on various complex social issues. For a four-month period, selected startups will not only be given the opportunity to participate in training sessions and masterclasses and to cultivate their ideas with clients, but they will also receive investment to develop prototypes and perfect their solutions.
From 17 April, SMEs can once again apply to receive a subsidy for projects that examine innovation feasibility. The Hague entrepreneurs can submit their applications to the province of Zuid-Holland. You are advised to act swiftly because each application is assessed on a ‘first come, first served’ basis and last year’s budget was heavily oversubscribed.
On 15 January, businesses, educational institutions, corporations and civil servants of the City of The Hague met at the Technology and Innovation House of the ROC Mondriaan college to discuss the gap between the labour market and various target groups. The aim was to implement the Energy Transition & Jobs Pact. The parties emphasised the need to balance supply and demand.