Looking for a job? These 10 biggest tech companies in Amsterdam are hiring in 2019!

Looking for a job? These 10 biggest tech companies in Amsterdam are hiring in 2019!

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Amsterdam, capital of the land of tulips is one of the top most active hubs in Europe for entrepreneurs, emerging tech and innovation. With numerous accelerators, top-notch universities, and rich coworking spaces, Amsterdam has a lot to offer in startups and scaleups scenarios.

Various contributing factors like the international mix, simple tax structure, affordable cost of living and the use of the English language make Amsterdam an excellent place to work from. Having said that, here we have come up with a list of the hottest tech startups in Amsterdam that are hiring at a fast rate as sourced from Dealroom.

Kiadis Pharma

Funding: €52.6M

Kiadis Pharma is a biopharmaceutical company offering novel treatment options for terminally ill cancer patients. The company is focused on research, development and future commercialisation of cell-based immunotherapy products for the treatment of blood cancers and inherited blood disorders.

Fixico

Funding: €9M

Fixico is redefining the car repair industry. Headquartered in Amsterdam, the company offers a digital platform that seamlessly handles car repair for consumers, insurers, and fleet owners, providing them full control at every step in the repair process. Fixico has handled over 200,000 damaged cars to date and is currently active in the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany and South Africa.

MessageBird

Funding: €54.7M

Founded by Adriaan Mol and Robert Vis in 2011, MessageBird is the Amsterdam-based cloud communications provider offering SMS, Voice and Chat solutions that enable developers and enterprises to communicate with customers virtually anywhere.

The company currently serves over 15.000 customers from rapidly growing startups such as Uber and Hello Fresh to innovative enterprises including Lufthansa Airlines and SAP. The company has offices in Amsterdam, San Francisco, London, Hamburg, Sydney, Shanghai and Singapore.

Takeaway.com

Funding: €86M

Takeaway.com is the leading online food delivery marketplace in Continental Europe and Vietnam. The participating restaurants deliver the food themselves using its platform, which serves as a source for orders and facilitates the online payment.

The food delivery service operates through mobile applications for Android and iOS and website. It generates revenues from the commissions on the food that is ordered using its platform and online payment service fees as well.

OneFit

Funding: €5.2

Founded by Serge Brabander and Camille Richardson, Onefit offers a digital membership program that provides access to the coolest workouts in town. Customers can choose various workouts, from yoga to fitness training, anything that gets you totally pumped up. Furthermore, it enables users to choose the time, place and invite a friend to join the workout via the Onefit app and sign up for a yearly contract.

WeTransfer

Funding: €22.7M

Founded by Bas Beerens, Rinke Visser, and Ronald Hans, WeTransfer offers a platform to send files around the world, especially large files. One thing that sets it apart is that users can transfer files without creating an account. Users can add up to 20 email recipient addresses and can send up to 2GB of files at once. For more storage, users need to subscribe, where they can send up to 20GB at a time.

Five Degrees

Funding: €10M

Five Degrees is a financial technology solutions provider that offers next-generation banking software to retail and private banks. Founded in 2010, it has offices in The Netherlands, Iceland, Portugal and Serbia.

 

Hatch

Funding: €3.7M

Founded by Joris Kroese, Hatch is a marketing technology company, leading the way in’ Where to Buy’ solutions and services. The company platform provides consumers with more purchase options and a clear path to buy your product at the point of engagement.

Bynder

Funding: €20.2M

Bynder develops marketing software that allows marketers to create and share content such as documents and videos within a secured environment. Headquartered in Amsterdam, Bynder has offices across the Netherlands, UK, US, Spain and UAE.

3D Hubs

Funding: €26.8M

Founded by Bram de Zwart, Brian Garret, and Filemon Schöffer, 3D Hubs gives users an opportunity to directly upload CAD files for an instant quote and lead time before automatically sourcing a supplier on the back end, completing a process instantly.

Stay tuned to Silicon Canals for more updates in the tech startup world.

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