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CO-LAB: Build a Circular Tech Startup

23 March 13:15 - 17:00 | Network

There is a reason why people don’t climb Everest on their own. With a team, you can overcome obstacles that seem impossible just by yourself. Research over the past 4 decades has shown that startups that are co-founded by a team are more successful. In the Co-Lab workshop, as a single founder, founding team, or entrepreneurial-minded person, you’ll get the tools and connections to find that new member of your dream team to help you reach the top!


A Co-Lab is a 0,5-day workshop where we challenge you to collaborate with fellow entrepreneurs.

  • Workshop on business idea ideation & teamwork (a business idea or team not required!)
  • Get the tools, knowledge and connections to find your co-founder or newest team member
  • Introduction and sneak peek into YES!Delft’s and StartLife’s services, programs and office spaces
  •  Participation is free, but registration is necessary as we will select participants based on the best potential matches.



What better way to help build new teams than mixing startup communities? With our shared love for startups and technology, we look forward to organizing this co-lab with our friends of StartLife, Europe’s longest-running and leading AgriFoodTech startup accelerator. Its mission is to accelerate food and AgriTech startups shaping a sustainable food system. Since 2010, the accelerator, which was co-founded by Wageningen University & Research, has supported over 400 startups that have so far raised over €230 million follow-on capital.


In a circular economy, waste no longer not exist and products and raw materials are (designed to be) reused as long and intensive as possible over and over again. Waste is the new raw material. The core tenets of the transition towards a circular economy are ReduceReuseRecycleRecover and Regenerate. These concepts often lie at the heart of the innovative technology and business models of circular startups and spinoff businesses. Let’s ensure that our planet remains habitable for future generations!

23 March 13:15 - 17:00
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