Ennology is a partner of the Innovation Connector and is co-financed by the European Fund for Regional Development of the European Commission. Partners of the RDM innovation connector received the official grant on April 5, 2017. After an extensive check from the European Union the project satisfies all conditions required to receive the grant. With […]
Next development phase With the successful closure in 2016 of the Ennology feasibility study project, Ennology is ready for the next phase of development towards market introduction. The next development phase for Ennology is the proof of concept project followed by the prototype project. The business cases / innovation cases for both projects have been formed […]
In May 2016, the Ennology feasibility study project was successfully completed. The outcome of the project is that the technical feasibility and commercial feasibility of the Ennology concept provides proficient perspective to continue with the next phase of development towards market introduction. Ennology wants to thank the Netherlands Enterprise Agency (Rijksdienst voor Ondernemend Nederland) for the granted MIT-subsidy as part of […]
Ennology applied for a BizSpark membership in order to join the BizSpark program. BizSpark, the start-up facility of Microsoft, is supporting start-ups with business software and provide innovative growing start-ups access to Microsoft Ventures. Ennology is admitted to the 3 year BizSpark program and is looking forward to work together!
We are happy to announce that the Ennology project is granted with a MIT-subsidy as part of the “Subsidieregeling MKB innovatiestimulering topsectoren Zuid-Holland”. The MIT-subsidy is granted by the Netherlands Enterprice Agency (Rijksdienst voor Ondernemend Nederland), which encourages entrepreneurs in sustainable, agrarian, innovative and international business.
Vermaas Innovations and Weterings Innovations signed a partner agreement for a feasibility project. The goal of this project is to proof the concept, both technical and commercial, and set the first step in realizing a prototype. Both companies take 50% share in the project and formalize the intention of merging together into a new legal entity when the feasibility […]
Both Weterings Innovations and Vermaas Innovations registered with the Chamber of Commerce for officially developing the Ennology concept. These two separate companies develop for own costs and risk their part of the concept. The decision of having two separate companies fit the best to the current start-up phase.