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Startupbootcamp starts Smart City programme

Friday 11 March 2016 | 10:35 CET | News
The Startupbootcamp incubator in Amsterdam has selected 11 companies for a programme on Smart City & Living. From 11 April to 08 July, the start-ups will receive help developing their ideas, which include software for inspection drones, an app to manage home energy use and virtual assistant for hotel guests. Only three of 11 companies are from the Netherlands, as Startupbootcamp works on making its programmes more international. In addition to Amsterdam and Eindhoven, the group has programmes in seven other cities in six countries. 

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