Ten start-ups competed in the 11th WaterCampus Business Challenge, last week in Leeuwarden. Six countries were represented, with a broad range of new technologies. Some already had some successes, others just started. All spent the week getting lots of information about operating a business, meeting CEOs of successful companies and working on their business plan.
Start-up SeaO2 was announced as the winner and will be part of WaterCampus Leeuwarden in the NEW-TTT project. It was also announced that Hexem from Switzerland has moved to WaterCampus and that Hydrobot from Hungary is also moving to the Netherlands.