Lost & Found pop-up store in the Netherlands is now turning unclaimed goods into new products to sell.
The Water Bench is a Dutch-Chinese innovation that puts the furniture to work during heavy rain, collecting rainwater to irrigate the parks they sit in during drier spells.
Royal Dutch phone company KPN has launched its Tele Interpreter service, which translates speech into text or sign language — and vice versa — remotely, and in real time.
The Netherlands’ JO Cadeau is enabling freelancers to offer their time for others to gift to their friends.
The Netherlands’ WeGo has launched a scheme that enables enterprises to use car sharing when offering employees company cars.
Zazzy is now using the technology to hand the design process over to consumers to offer them their own unique product.
The Be.e is an electric scooter that is demonstrating the possibility of creating robust vehicle frames out of organic materials.
iwaku is a smartphone-connected lamp that eases sleepers into the morning by detecting light sleep phases.
Putting another twist on the pop-up dining experience, Amsterdam’s temporary Eenmaal diner only accepted customers who were willing to eat alone.
CleanPicnic blanket transforms into a sealable, disposable waste bag to keep parks clean in the summer.