Amsterdam Venture Studios is a community of incubators, accelerator programs and facilities for innovative knowledge based start-ups.
We provide easy access to a wealth of high-quality research facilities, laboratories, workplaces, programs and training. On top of that we connect students, researchers and alumni to entrepreneurial expertise, resources and a community of like-minded peers. All of it is focused on transforming science-based ideas into action and developing new impactful businesses.
What’s more, the proximity of more than 100,000 talented and ambitious students throughout the Amsterdam area is a big advantage.
Our ecosystem is part of the combined efforts of the Amsterdam universities and medical centers to bring knowledge to the use of society and business, increase the economic power of the Amsterdam region, and provide new job opportunities.
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VU alumni International Business Administration Michael Musandu and Ugnius Rimsa founded Lalaland in 2019. The start-up generates and hyper personalizes full human body models from head to toe by using AI. As a result, models are available in different ethnicities, sizes and ages, allowing customers to always recognize themselves in the clothing of their choice. […]News
Optics11 and Optics11 Life have secured funding from Rabobank. The funding will be used to strongly accelerate growth across global markets, to further build the team for the future and to strategically expand the high-tech product portfolios of both business units. “This is the right moment to pick up the pace. Rabobank’s funding helps us […]News
SuperSeton had its best quarter ever despite COVID-19. The spin-off developed a tool to close setons for Fistula treatment without a knot, preventing irritation and discomfort for patients. SuperSeton is distributed in Europe and beyond. Because of its success, the spin-off prepares to expand their reach and launch in the US.News