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Why Groningen is the coolest tech city you’ve never heard of

It is no secret that the Netherlands is a European leader when it comes to the tech and startup sector. The country moved €1.8 billion in investments more than double the €790 million raised in 2020 in 2021 alone.

While many people consider Amsterdam to be the country’s startup capital and a global tech powerhouse – and with success stories like Adyen, MessageBird and Mollie, they’re not wrong – the Netherlands’ lesser-known cities are becoming favorites among expats who want to be part of the dynamic tech scene of the country, without the hustle and bustle of big city life.

Take Groningen. Groningen, also known as the ‘capital of the north’, is a thousand-year-old city with a thriving student population thanks to its universities. This abundance of young, international talent, groundbreaking research and the presence of superpowers such as IBM and Google make the Groningen tech scene one to watch.

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For international talent looking to launch their technical career abroad, Groningen may be the answer.

Small in stature but big in opportunities

Groningen may not be big, but it is quickly becoming known for its startup scene.

The province of Groningen has just had ash for the second year in a row the fastest growing region in the Netherlands in terms of job growth, with around 1.2,000 local jobs being created by local startups.

Margarita Bernal-Cabas, Operations Resource Manager at EV Biotecha company developing microbial cell factories for industrial production, TNW says Groningen is an exciting place to be for its emerging biotech sector, spawning innovative companies thanks to its proximity to universities and wealth of local professors, researchers and industry encounters.

Margarita Bernal-Cabas, Operations Resource Manager at EV Biotech