Global Food Venture Programme

Global Food Venture Programme

The flagship Global Food Venture programme is EIT Food’s dedicated offering for doctoral students working on challenges in the food sector in Europe.

The Global Food Venture Programme enables highly qualified PhD students from across Europe to turn their innovative research into successful business propositions. The programme strives to raise awareness of the issues and challenges in the Agrifood sector, cultivate an entrepreneurial mindset and educate in the area of leadership, entrepreneurship and business creation. Young innovators broaden their thinking and gain essential entrepreneurial skills & knowledge through an intensive programme of seminars/workshops, one-to-one meetings with technology experts and corporate site visits. Finally, PhD students profit greatly from a tailored mentorship programme and have the unique chance to gain insight into key international entrepreneurship ecosystems and innovation cultures in Europe and other continents! The application phase is now OPEN!

Partners

The following partners are involved in the project

EPFL (Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne)
ETH ZÜRICH
KU LEUVEN
TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF MUNICH
TECHNION, ISRAEL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
UNIVERSIDAD AUTÓNOMA DE MADRID
QUEEN’S UNIVERSITY OF BELFAST
UNIVERSITY OF TORINO
UNIVERSITY OF WARSAW

Project team

Chryssa Dimaki
Institution

TU Munich

Contact details

dimaki@zv.tum.de

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