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Call for climate tech startups

31 January 2022

Are you, or do you know, an entrepreneur with a product that contributes to sustainability, energy saving or circularity? Please forward this e-mail to your network.

BeStart is looking for climate tech startups that want to accelerate their success. Starting a business usually takes about five to seven years. For climate tech startups, it takes even longer as the markets are complex. BeStart specializes in climate tech: innovative tech in the fields of circularity, water, dairy, food, energy, agriculture and horticulture. This way, the accelerator helps clean tech startups to scale-up their business within one year’s time.

BeStart is based in the North of the Netherlands and introduces you to the supportive and closely connected clean tech network in the region. Moreover, they offer you many opportunities to test and validate your clean tech in one of the testlabs and they provide you with hands-on advice from experienced entrepreneurs. Interested? There is no time to waste, register your startup at www.bestart.nl/en/sign-up/. The pitch day for admission to the program is scheduled for February 18.

Deadline

Register before 15 February

Last modified:28 January 2022 5.37 p.m.

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