State of Dutch Tech

The State of Dutch Tech is an annual report that is published by Techleap and shared with key stakeholders during a yearly event meaningful collaborations are facilitated. This event is the catalyst for change in the Dutch Tech Ecosystem to truly drive change where it’s necessary. With a data-driven strategy, the report highlights the current State of the Dutch Tech ecosystem through themes like:

  • Startups/Scale Ups
  • Policy
  • Diversity
  • Capital
State of Dutch Tech 2023

The catalyst for change in the Dutch Tech Ecosystem

During the report presentation, at the State of Dutch Tech Event, we bring together a diverse group of stakeholders who are committed to drive change through collaborations. The event brings together all stakeholders within the ecosystem for an event full of sessions, main stage presentation and working groups. From Regional Hubs, to policy makers, to government officials, knowledge institutions, corporates and tech founders.

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State of Dutch Tech 2021

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State of Dutch Tech 2022

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State of Dutch Tech 2023

In short

On invite only

This yearly event brings together policy makers, government officials, knowledge institutions, corporates and tech founders.

Yearly report

In this yearly report, we look back at the past year and showcase key figures about the Dutch tech ecosystem.

Curated stakeholders

Every year, we invite key stakeholders to address pressing challenges within the tech sector and open meaningful discussions.

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7 Key Takeaways from our State of Dutch Tech 2023 Report

  1. Strategic Tech Policy Realignment – Integrate startup policy with tech strategy to better serve entrepreneurs.
  2. Deeptech Support – Enhance tech transfer efficiency and funding for deeptech ventures.
  3. Capital Access – Increase availability of ‘smart’ capital and promote investor knowledge sharing.
  4. Talent Development – Expand and diversify the talent pool for faster startup growth.
  5. Startup Growth Initiative – Stimulate diversity in leadership to bolster the startup ecosystem.
  6. Regional Development Boost – Foster regional connectivity and address barriers for thematic specialization.
  7. Community Connection – Empower a vibrant entrepreneurial community for ecosystem success.

Download the full State of Dutch Tech 2023 report for in-depth insights.

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