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Vote today for the 31 Dutch startups at The Next Web

The Next Web (TNW) is one of the largest tech conferences in the world and is held next week in Amsterdam. More than 30 Dutch startups are competing to present on stage in the TNW Boost program. We have listed the Dutch startups here, you can help them by voting for your  favourite startups today.

The Next Web Europe is a two day conference that takes place on April 24 and 25 in Amsterdam. Speakers include leading tech figures and representatives of the leading tech companies, including Roelant Prins from Adyen (interviewed by us here), representatives from Twitter, Paypal, Google Ventures and even a privacy activist (Ancilla Tilia from Bits of Freedom). For internet startups this conference is thus a great networking opportunity. 60 startups have been selected for the boost program that will get them two free tickets and a host of other benefits. We quickly counted 97 listed startups. You can see the full line-up on the website. Below we highlighted the 31 Dutch startups in random order. If you want to support these startups, today (April 18th) you can vote for your favourite startups.

Company Match
CompanyMatch identifies, typifies and matches employers with candidates based on their cultural fit.

Tolq
Easy Website Translation with Tolq makes you a global business in minutes.

Ballcapp
Create your own mCommerce app based on your existing webshop to quickly respond to the expanding mCommerce market!

Discovered
Discover unique stories, buy directly from artisans & designers around the world and create positive impact.

Swarmmer
A dynamic torrent analytics platform that measures global download behaviour and trends.

30MHz
every thing fails, eventually but, what sucks even more, is not knowing it fails

Pastbook
Beautiful photo-albums, created in seconds based on your social networks. Pastbook is one of the alumni of the first Rockstart class.

Zeef
ZEEF is a link directory, filtered by people for people. By creating a page with ranked lists, you help others to find the right information. Zeef was started by Klaas Joosten and StartupJuncture guest author Rick Boerebach.

Surfly
This startup makes real-time web sharing technology that enables remote collaboration by showing others what you see in your web browser.

Rapidlea
Rapidlea enables you to create, publish, analyze and manage online courses in a simple and inexpensive way.

Twifby
Twibfy is a creative space where you can share what inspires you. Create, collect, organize and submit images, videos, art and design from around the web and share them instantly with your friends.

Cammino
Online video recruitment. Cammino helps candidates and employers towards a better first impression while reducing cost and time-to-hire.

Resnap
Normally it takes you hours to make a photo book, but with ReSnap you are finished within 1 minute; even as a gift for a friend! Resnap is also one of the winners of this years New Venture round 2.

Minute
Minute puts everything you need on your iPad, so you can prepare, share, and run your meetings anywhere you have an Internet connection.

Gitlab
Open source software to collaborate on code.GitLab offers git repository management, code reviews, issue tracking, activity feeds and wikis.

Buzzoek
Buzzoek makes  loyalty programs an effortless experience. No extra card, no unavoidable online registration, no pesky newsletters. Buzzoek was part of the Startupbootcamp NFC and contactless program.

Instant magazine
This startup helps you create you own digital magazines, for any device, in a couple of hours.

Highstreet
Highstreet is a native tablet e-commerce platform that turns an existing webshop into a premium branded app optimized for iPad.

MoreApp
This startup helps you register information on site in digital format. Makes work more efficient, faster and a lot more enjoyable.

W1nner Takes All 
The world’s first crowd lottery, according to their website. The concept is 1 ticket per draw, 1 euro per ticket, 1 winner per week and the Lucky One will take home all the money. The company is based in Malta with a Dutch founder.

UseClark
UseClark created a productivity toolset that clears your mind so you can understand faster and better all your documents.

Toolinq
Social CRM tool

Yippie
Your personal shopping assistant.

Iwaku
Iwaku makes wake-up lights and bright light therapy lamps. What sets them apart is that iwaku is wirelessly controlled by an application on your smartphone (Android, iOS).

Invoice Sharing
InvoiceSharing is the financial services marketplace on top of 100% free electronic invoicing. This startup was also selected for web summit.

Shoot 2 Share
This startup has a guided video platform that helps brands and e-tailers to obtain more user generated video, exactly the way they need it.

Screen6
Screen6 is an Amsterdam based online technology startup with many years of innovative experience. It focuses on providing the digital media industry with the best cross device advertising platform.

Fastr
Fastr let’s you shop online using the Fastr button to check out in only 2 clicks at all connected online shops.

Rocki (USA/NL/China)
Rocki is an International startup with a US/NL/China team. They allow you to play your music anywhere and on every speaker. With ROCKI you connect wirelessly to any audio system and gives you the music experience you deserve.

ConferCall
Confer Call is a way to teleconference free from the usual hassle of inbound numbers and passcodes that need to distributed beforehand.

Crowdsite
Crowdsite is a design crowdsourcing website. It is Expanding its global reach to clients in Europe, the U.S., and Asia in 2014.

 
Photo by Pieter van Marion (creative commons via Flickr)

Sieuwert van Otterloo
Sieuwert van Otterloo is IT expert by day and startup enthusiast by night. IT expert via Softwarezaken | innovation expert via Node1 | editor and cofounder of StartupJuncture | member of StartupDelta | startup investor. Reach out to Sieuwert via otterloo @ gmail .com
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