A lot of businesses are started, but very few are able to scale. And only those that scale can move the needle in terms of impact and value creation.  At ScaleUpNation, we believe that societal challenges are also entrepreneurial opportunities. Our mission is to support the scaling of young, innovative ventures with potential for large societal impact.

Our approach combines research with practice, support programs with digital tools, and mentoring and coaching with growth capital. We support our ventures with 3 pillars: ScaleUpLab, ScaleUpPractice, and ScaleUpInvest.

Working at ScaleUpNation means…

  • A rapid learning curve, with lots of responsibilities and freedom/flexibility to achieving your goals (i.e. no micro-management).
  • A team of ambitious and result-driven people that share a drive to create positive impact.
  • Full access to internal training sessions, scaling programs and community events, learning about enterprise scaling, leading growing teams and building relationships with the founders we support.

If you want to join our team, send your CV and motivation letter to Ellen de Jong at ellen.dejong@scaleupnation.com.

Meet the team

Peter
Brand Champion

Ellen
HR and Project Management

Menno van Dijk
Founder

Nadira Dwiputri Lase
Operations Intern

Anne Mieke Eggenkamp
Leadership Consultant

Marta
Digital Marketer


Robbert Fransen
Product owner Scan

Jan Paul Grollé
Business Case Facilitator

Jacqueline van der Heijden
Board Masterclass


Jolanda
ScaleUpBoard Director

René Jongen
Growth Specialist

Nikolaos Karagkiozis
Data Analyst


Nina Kotterik
Operations Lead


Florent Maccario
Circular Economy Researcher

Nisrina Nabilah
Business Development Intern

Francesca Nardocci
Scaling Expert

Robert Oushoorn
Strategy Consultant

Lars Ramler
Venture Scout

Alex Al Rishan
Financial Controller

Francesca Savoldelli
Marketing & Communication Intern

Athmica
Venture Analyst

Afroditi Terzi
Research Lead


Anieke Wierenga
CEO


Rodney
Senior Fullstack Developer

Marta Fiolhais

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