Early stage startups
In the Northern startup ecosystem, we are in continuous contact with knowledge institutions, support organizations, companies, governments and other networking and entrepreneurial platforms to connect and stay in touch with promising and innovative startups.
For startups, we offer interesting programs, including the Market Readiness Program and the Investor Readiness Program, validating business cases and making them market-ready. This significantly strengthens the quality of the company and its entrepreneurs.
Business Angel Network
Early stage startups are often looking for networking and funding to grow their startup. They need funding to:
- Turning innovative plans into a reality.
- Make their prototype market ready.
- Marketing their products.
- Starting up a new production line.
- Scaling up production.
- Expansion of their team.
- Professionalization of the organization.
- Deploy marketing activities to improve connection with the market.
Through intensive guidance during the various programs, we are able to select promising propositions. We then match these promising propositions to the right investor.
NOM and its affiliated funds offer funding opportunities, but the network of business angels is also crucial to stimulate the further development of startups. Business angels offer a network, specific industry knowledge and commitment and are often a valuable kickstart or addition to the existing funding vehicle.
For each startup, we make the perfect match depending on the needs, role and level of involvement of the business angel.
With our experience and knowledge of entrepreneurship and innovations and our extensive funding network, we support startups in finding investors. We make sure that startups come to the table with investors feeling well-prepared and that the right funding match is realized.
Our goal? Innovative ideas become reality, growth ambitions are realized and companies can scale up.
Want to learn more about Business Angels?
Want more information about finding funding through Business Angels? Then contact Anouk Hummel, Leonie Ebbes or Reno Minnema.