LIFT OFF YOUR BUSINESS
SBIC NOORDWIJK PROVIDES THE SPACE YOU NEED TO GET YOUR BUSINESS OFF THE GROUND.
We offer various programs, workshops and events for every stage of your entrepreneurial journey.
SPACE TECHNOLOGY FOR APPLICATIONS ON EARTH
SBIC Noordwijk supports startups which use space technologies by offering access
to an international network, tools, knowledge and finance.
10+ years experience
Lively business community
What we do
The Space Business Innovation Centre Noordwijk supports entrepreneurs and startups that want to launch or improve a product or service that makes use of space technology.
Our most important activity is the ESA BIC incubation program.
But we also host networking events, facilitate workshops and organise (international) hackathons and idea competitions.
Space technology for earth
Space technology is leading-edge technology with very high standards and reliability. These characteristics give it a unique selling point for application right here on earth.
However, it is a challenge to move from the initial idea phase to the development of a successful start-up company. This is why we and our key partners support the creation of your new businesses with financial, technical and business support.
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