This week the Emerce100 was published, a study of the best companies in e-business in 2019. This image study of research institution Motivication offers companies guidance when choosing agencies and e-business service providers in the online industry. Erasmus Centre for Entrepreneurship scored shared 1st place with 5.5 starts.
Best organisations in e-business 2019
The Emerce100 shows how decision makers from the online industry assess the performance of service providers. The criteria on which participants have assessed consist of: “knowledge / know-how”, “price-quality ratio”, “reliability” and “flexibility”. The top lists are subdivided into the following categories: Agencies, E-business services, Media & Advertising, Software and Venture. View the full overview of the Emerce100 here.
Erasmus Centre for Entrepreneurship receives a 5.5-star rating
Erasmus Centre for Entrepreneurship came in at a shared first place as incubator in the category Venture with no less than 5.5 out of 7 stars, with high scores in price-quality ratio and flexibility. This makes us one of the leading incubators in the Netherlands, something that we are proud of.
Director Martin Luxemburg: “We are proud to be a part of the top incubators in the Emerce100. It is great to receive the confirmation from the market that we belong to the top startup educators in the Netherlands.’’
Our startup programmes are based on years of academic and practical experience and consists of a collection of modules covering items such as business models, value propositions, startup financials, teams, sales and marketing that will give you insight in how to start and grow a company. Depending on the development phase of your startup, you can choose to join one (or more) of our startup programmes. Learn more about our Startup Programme here.