Are you an alumnus? You can still join the Demonstrator Lab!
Do you want to meet the students and researchers who are incubating the next big thing at the Demonstrator Lab at the VU Amsterdam? Do you want to be updated about innovative ideas that may soon take the lead in the market? Or are you looking for opportunities to team up with the next generation of academic entrepreneurs? Then join the Demonstrator Lab Community now!
Demonstrator Lab is a hands-on, risk-free, failure friendly entrepreneurship laboratory established at the VU Amsterdam for transforming ideas into innovative products and services. As alumnus of the VU Amsterdam, you have the exclusive opportunity to become an active member of our community and enjoy an attractive set of benefits like:
We offer Beta Alumni Demonstrator Lab Supporter membership at € 125,00 per year (excl. VAT), plus an one-off enrollment costs of € 25,00 (excl. VAT).
Curious about the projects? Watch the video for a quick impression.
Hopefully we welcome you soon as a member of the Demonstrator Lab Community!
Master students of the UvA and University of Oslo received €100,000 for the DITA project to bridge the communication gap between users of sign language and society. The DITA project, located in Demonstrator Lab, was awarded the STUD-ENT grant from the Research Council of Norway last April. There is a communication gap between users of […]News
Cargoplot recently raised 425K funding by several angels and ASIF Ventures, a startup fund run for, and by, VU, UvA and HvA students. Cargoplot is an online platform for e-commerce importers and freight forwarder, that aims to speed up the process of finding the best freight forwarder on specific routes for different types of cargo. […]News
Is it possible to create a cup of coffee that’s healthy and tasty? At the entrepreneurship laboratory Demonstrator Lab at the Vrije Universiteit, Florian Fermin (27) and Stefan Wateler (26) developed Cuppelement, a Fairtrade biodegradable coffee capsule with added superfoods and vitamins. During the Dutch TV program Dragons Den, the entrepreneurs successfully persuaded the dragons […]News