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A leading case competition in which the most talented students and young professionals from the Netherlands work with top companies in order to create innovative solutions, focused on making an impact.

The 2019 edition will have “Creating an Impact” as a theme. This means that next to having an idea and coming up with concepts, the team with the winning solution will also get the opportunity to implement their idea under the supervision of a renowned company!

“Highly recommended. My technical and commercial knowledge have had an enormous growth!”

Stijn de Flart, winner 2015-2016, TU Delft student 

Attending this conference together gave us a solid base to turn our winning idea into a real start-up: Circal Technologies.

Cato Bui, winner 2016-2017, Rotterdam School of Managment

Leaders about the Rotterdam100…

I see networking, diversity, entrepreneurship and innovation as key drivers for a future-proof “BV Nederland”. The Rotterdam 100 initiative is perfectly in line with this vision.

“Collaboration between students and businesses in the Rotterdam100 will bring businesses new insights and students a valuable opportunity to develop their entrepreneurial skills.”

Allard Castelein
Port of Rotterdam

“I see networking, diversity, entrepreneurship and innovation as key drivers for a future-proof  BV Nederland. The Rotterdam100 initiative is perfectly in line with this vision.”

Alineke van den Berge
Managing Director Operations

“The Rotterdam 100 offers students and young professionals the opportunity to develop their talents, and gives companies new insights. This program boosts the innovation power of Rotterdam.”

Ahmed Aboutaleb
Mayor of Rotterdam

“The Rotterdam 100 is a great opportunity to learn practical skills during your study. Next to that I believe it is an unique chance for students to come in touch with their future employers and the city of Rotterdam.”

Ron Bormans
President of the Board
Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences 

“During Rotterdam 100 we look forward to actively involving talented students in our Business Challenges and offering them the opportunity to connect with KPN representatives for support and networking.”

Jan Kees de Jager