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This week in Dutch tech

This week in Dutch tech

Friday is here, the sun is shining and it’s time for your weekly round-up of news from the Dutch tech ecosystem. 

This week saw advances in hydrogen fuel cells, a big sale for chip-equipment maker ASML, and concerns over how right-wing politics will disrupt Dutch companies’ access to tech talent. 

Our highlights have you covered, but we’d also love to hear your thoughts on the local ecosystem. Drop us a line if you want to showcase your startup, share a digital tip, or just tell us your deepest, darkest secrets.

In the meantime, let’s get to the news.

What we’re writing

What we’re reading

  • Dutch tech companies voice concern at plans for tougher stance on immigration (France 24)
  • Bootstrapped since inception, Dutch hydrogen fuel cell company Zepp.solutions raises €3M (Silicon Canals)
  • Intel secures ASML’s high-NA EUV kits over rivals (The Elec)  
  • Netflix is increasing subscription prices in the Netherlands for the first time since 2021 (AD)
  • Apple maps expands cycling routes for bike-centric Netherlands (Tech Times)

Dutch startup of the week: LeydenJar