“To have a real impact and solve the most pressing problems, we need entrepreneurs.” This is the mantra that has been repeated for years by Siemen Cox and Wouter Veer – the creators and founders of the Blue Revolution initiative currently taking place at BlueCity in the heart of Rotterdam. Whilst Amsterdam is constantly facing space and rent problems, Rotterdam is not short on space. BlueCity is one of the best examples. Metres and metres of space reclaimed from abandoned areas that have now become a true playground for innovative companies and the linchpin of circular transformation in the second-biggest Dutch city.  You can breathe constant experimentation in the 12,000 square metres of the old Tropicana aqua park, an iconic piece of the cities architecture and the ...