myTomorrows enables patients to fast track the use of drugs that haven’t yet been fully approved.
Netherlands-based JeansOnline gives customers 15 minutes to try on the clothes they order, and instantly return any that don’t fit.
From the Netherlands, Blendle is a single subscription platform for the country’s multiple newspapers, with users paying for what they read.
Netherlands-based Voyando lets experts compete to provide personalized travel tips for holidaymakers.
From the Netherlands, Wearable Solar is a range of high-end garments that feature solar panels, enabling wearers to charge a mobile device.
The Netherland’s Vandebron lets consumers pick the type of green energy they’d like to buy, as well as where it comes from.
The Bookish Banquet is a culinary event for bookworms that takes inspiration from popular fiction.
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines is enabling its customers to confirm and pay for a seat on one of their flights through social media platforms.
The Netherlands’ Waternet utilities company has placed some pee-collecting urinals in Amsterdam, with the hope of turning it into fertilizer for the city’s urban roof gardens.
Rotterdam’s Watersquare Benthemplein is a public space featuring a sports pitch, theater and greenery that automatically becomes a reservoir for excess water during heavy rain.