With experience in the startup scene, the world of tech and the floriculture sector, Michael van Lier is a mentor that brings unique and valuable insights to our Incubation Programme.
In the last of our Class 2 interviews, we're toasting with Bloesembar’s founder and botanical sommelier Maidie van den Bos.
In our latest Class 2 interview, we speak with Jos van Beuningen of The Flower Family, the Dutch startup offering a special kind of flower subscription service.
We're now over halfway through our second Incubation Programme. Irene Rompa updates us on Class 2's progress and her learnings so far.
We talk blooming German balconies and gardening gear with Blumixx, the startup that claims to have created ‘the world’s easiest urban greenery solution’.
Now heading up our Incubation Programme, Arthur is leading Class 2 throughout their journey, preparing them for the ups and downs of startup life along the way.
Founder of Bloombox Club, Doctor Katie Cooper, tells us all about her plant subscription service that connects plant care with wellbeing.
To mark the beginning of a new year, Head of Let it Grow Entrepreneurs Irene Rompa reflects on 2017's highlights.
Next, in our Incubation Programme series, we meet the tech entrepreneurs from NYC, here to explore the potentials of data, augmented reality and plant life at home.
It’s all about the queen of the urban jungle. We talk to Iris van Vliet about her ‘Super Green Fingers’ and how she used them to grow an online community.
We invite you to meet our Incubation Programme entrepreneurs. Next up, it’s Bloemenstorm with their mission to tackle flower bulb waste in the Netherlands.
Get to know the startups and innovators part of our 2017/18 Incubation Programme: first up Clorofille shares their urban farming kits and passions grown at home.
We invited a group of international floriculture experts, ambassadors and entrepreneurs together for 6 days of training and networking.
Join us on the 7th of November at Freedom Lab, as we connect those in the floriculture sector with different backgrounds, but common goals.
Welcome 'Class 2', bringing new innovations and fresh ways to work with plants and flowers.
As our incubator kicks off its second year, here's a roundup of our applicant Selection Day at Amsterdam's vibrant Impact Hub.
Kickstart your green ideas with our six-day Let it Grow Bootcamp for entrepreneurs.
On one of the first sunny Sundays of the year, the Transformatorhuis was converted into a plant-filled emporium for Greenhouse Festival.
Experience the future of urban green living on Sunday 2nd April at the Transformatorhuis on Amsterdam’s Westergasterrein.
Let it Grow Lab mentor Bart Doorneweert tells us how peer-learning mechanisms are democratising education.
To boil down two busy months of work, we've picked out five valuable moments we've learnt from.
Let it Grow Lab mentor Toon Branbergen shares with us his professional insights as an entrepreneur in business development.
Founder Silke Tijkotte takes a look back on the year 2016, shares her highlights, and tells us what’s in store for the new year.
Last but not least, we speak to our favourite ‘weed-lovers’ Gewildgroei to complete our series of interviews introducing the Class 1 teams.
The mentor of Dutch accelerator programmes talks to us about the important relationship between industry giants and innovation.
In this week’s Class 1 interview, we revisit Wildernis, Amsterdam’s favourite go-to place for green.
The winner of the Let it Grow Artist Grant will use her artistic vision to introduce us to the incredible, ever-changing cosmos of a city garden.
Lead Irene Rompa shares her insights, findings, and Class 1’s progress in growing their green businesses.
Suzanne van Straaten shares how she's growing her plant box delivery service into a sustainable business.
We catch up with co-founder Martijn Lukaart about the plant-monitoring system keeping you up close and personal with your plant.
Providing valuable insights, he's one of the driving forces behind the city’s ambition to become an important European startup hub.
Ermi van Oers tell us about the magical possibilities of plant electricity and her product, Living Light, a lamp that harvests its energy through bacteria in the soil.
Grown CEO Toon Roozen is the product designer and entrepreneur trying to make growing edible greens as easy and accessible as possible.
The days of anxiously peering out of the window, wondering whether your plants have enough light or water, are over. Meet ConnectedGreen.
October 24th marked the opening of the Let it Grow Incubation Programme, and the beginning of seven teams’ five-month journey.
A gathering of 21 teams who shared the goal of landing a place in the world’s first incubator for plants and flowers.