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Television without commitment, that’s the three word pitch of Dutch paid television startup Mobile2Morrow TV. It’s the first television service in the Netherlands that offers channels a la carte: as viewer, you have total control over the amount of channels you want to subscribe to, which can save consumers quite some money. Who watches RAI UNO anyway?
Since early 2010, ABP (the largest pension provider in The Netherlands with a total capital of €372 Billion) has invested €200 Million in startups through venture capital fund INKEF Capital. Yesterday, they announced to expand their investment to €500 million, making ABP the biggest investor in the Dutch startup industry today.
If people can swipe their way through Tinder in search of a playmate, why are they not able to do so when looking for a housemate? Two Dutch brothers who until recently were students themselves decided it was time to change this. Therefore Sebastiaan Smits (27, graduated in engineering management) and Viktor Smits (24, graduated in real estate studies) have launched their startup RoomEasy with a handy app by the same name.