March 5 – Lunch Presentation by Katja Berkhout, StartupDelta

Tuesday 5 March 2019
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Lunch Presentation

On Tuesday March 5, 2019 the Swedish Chamber of Commerce and Epicenter Amsterdam was very pleased to welcome Katja Berkhout, International Director at StartupDelta – TheNextSeaker – SXSW Pitch advisory board. Katja Berkhout gave a very interesting presentation about Startup Delta and how they are paving the way for startups at StartupDelta – she is responsible for scaling program and on a mission to connect Startup Delta with the world’s leading innovation hubs. She also talked about how women can have a larger role in creating success stories in business and technology, how to inspire female role models and how Startup Delta work with female startups and founders.


Katja Berkhout is an all-round executive with 14+ years of experience in international business advisory and economic development in Northern America and Europe. She is paving the way for startups at StartupDelta 3.0 – responsible for the scaling program and on a mission to connect our StartupDelta with the world’s leading innovation hubs.


About the Gender Game Changer Theme  Week

In order to be prosperous, more and more companies realize that they need to get full access to all their talent. At the same time, individuals are equally keen on fulfilling their potential and have the right opportunities to grow and develop. This themed week at Epicenter explores what it takes to stay on top of the Gender Game, as both an individual and as an organization.

We’ll deep dive into the effects of gender equality on your business, individuals and society. What are the latest insights and how can you use them to grow your business or just simply grow yourself?



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Epicenter Amsterdam
Fred. Roeskestraat 115
1076 EE Amsterdam

Participation Fee

Free of charge, however, registration compulsory before March 1.

Registration details

Click for digital registration or send an email to before March 1.