LUMICKS in Top 250 Scale-ups 2020 of the Netherlands!
We’re proud to be amongst the top 250 fastest growing scale-up companies in the Netherlands! Every year, the Erasmus Centre for Entrepreneurship (ECE) led by Prof. Dr. Justin Jansen, Academic Director of ECE and professor of Corporate Entrepreneurship at Rotterdam School of Management, researches the trends in the Dutch scale-up landscape. The results are gathered in a so-called ScaleUp Dashboard, which forms the base for the Top 250 Scale-ups list that the ECE publishes in collaboration with nlgroeit.
Last Wednesday, the State Secretary for Economic Affairs and Climate Policy presented the winners during the annual Business Boost Live event in Ahoy, Rotterdam. After the event, the ECE published the Insights Report (in Dutch) in which they delve deeper into the list and share the most important company growth factors.
On behalf of the LUMICKS team, we thank the Erasmus Centre for Entrepreneurship and nlgroeit!
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