A look into the future of technology and talent at ETF

News | December 11, 2023

A dynamic meeting between students and innovative companies

The job fair 'Engineering the Future' brought a breath of fresh air to the corridors of the Hanze University of Applied Sciences in Groningen. This event is the place where enthusiastic students and top companies from the technology world met.

New place, new opportunities

This year the fair was in a different location. It turned out to be a golden move! Students found it easier and were eager before the doors opened. The new location not only ensured a smooth flow, but also made the atmosphere more lively. It was as if everyone could get along better and the energy in the air was palpable.

Ten stands, ten chances

Innovatiecluster Drachten (ICD) participating companies included names like STORK, ZiuZ, Philips, Spark Holland, Comecer, Variass, Kwant Controls, resato and Sparck Technologies. Each of these companies proudly presented their latest technologies and innovations, creating a vibrant atmosphere of progress and possibility.

Interested in internships and vacancies

Student interest in the internships and vacancies offered was overwhelming. This highlights the value of 'Engineering the Future' as a platform for both students and companies to meet and collaborate on the technological future.

Comparison with last year

Looking at last year, you can see how the event is growing. More companies, more students, more energy. It is wonderful to see how 'Engineering the Future' is becoming an unmissable annual meeting place for the tech world.

ETF ZiuZ, Spark Holland
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ETF Resato


'Engineering the Future' proves that the future of technology is exciting and promising. A place where students and companies inspire each other and shape the future together. We're curious to see what next year will bring, but one thing is certain: the future of technology is here, and it looks bright.

ETF Philips
ETF Variass, Sparck Holland
ETF Resato