Rodanco B.V., a small but fast-growing SME has been awarded “MIT”: a funding program to boost innovation of Dutch SMEs.
MIT stands for “Mkb-innovatiestimulering Regio en Topsectoren” and has been designed to support innovation in the Dutch regions and top sectors. Rodanco B.V. received the innovation funding from the North Holland region.
With HQ in Alkmaar and R&D facilities in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Rodanco B.V. is going to use the funding for feasibility study of a new project. V.R. Lachman (Managing Director) of Rodanco B.V. said: “with this funding we are going to boost our resources and R&D innovations. The regional government supports our innovations and newly developed ideas. At the end of the feasibility study we aim to continue to developing a new process leading to a new product. We are extremely happy and are honoured by North Holland region supporting our innovations.”