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Dutch Incubation Association
Netwerk voor incubatie- en startups professionals

The Dutch Incubation Association (DIA) has been established to provide the Dutch incubators, accelerators and startup support organisations with a common platform on behalf of professionalization and positioning on a national, European, and international level. The goals of this association are: * Professionalization of the incubator profession, and; * Reinforcement of the incubator infrastructure and relations (synergy) on both national and European level. * Optimizing the information about business incubation towards startups. To meet these goals, it is important to use a common definition on the term ‘incubator’. The working definition of the term ‘incubator’ used in this regard is: An incubator is an organisation that helps start-ups develop in an accelerated fashion by providing them with a bundle of services, such as physical space, capital, culture, coaching, common services, and networking connections. [Hansen et al. 2000]


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Aims of the association

To provide the Dutch incubators and Science Parks with a common platform on behalf of professionalization and positioning on a national, European, and international level, the Dutch Incubation Association (DIA) has been established. The goals of this association are: - Professionalization of the incubation profession, and;
- Reinforcement of the incubation infrastructure and relation (synergy) on both national and European level

Mailing address The association is member / partner of
Address:

Elektronicaweg 14a


European Business and Innovation Center Network
City: Delft
Post code: 2628 XG
Country: Netherlands
Contact
Telephone: +31-88-2848605 Send mail:
Telefax: Web site: www.dutchincubator.nl
  
  Ing. BSc.
Mr. Pim de Bokx
Chairman

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Registration and Classification
Registration date:January 01, 2004 Geographical coverage:national
Registration place:The Hague Type of the association:informal
Beginning of operation:March 31, 2004
Membership
Ordinary members: Associate, affiliate, supporting members:
science / technology parks
business incubators
technology / innovation centers
business / industry parks
business & innovation centers
business support centers
economic development agencies
universities, higher education institutions
small and medium companies
research institutes
large companies
technology transfer agencies
consulting firms
government organizations
Number of members Possible types of membership
Full (regular) members: 41 institutional
Associate members: 12
Membership criteria
<p>Members need to operate an organization with at the core an incubation process that (partly) takes place in a specially equipped building, with a focus on high-tech/high-knowledge commercialization.</p>
Members
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