The 4th edition of EWA Programme in Spain, led by EIT Food and in collaboration with Naked Innovations, is coming to an end. The Pitch Event is set to take place on the 21st of this month in Norrsken House Barcelona (Spain). 👉 Registration is closed.
Adding to the excitement, we proudly announce our collaboration with Eurecat, pionners in agrifood advacement using a cutting-edge tech and science to craft healthier, more sustainable food.
This event marks a key point in the programme, not only by highliting the hard work put in by the entrepreneurs during the six-month programme period, but also being a unique opportunity to connect with industry leaders, investors, and experts in the world of Agrifood.
A key meeting point where different experiences, knowledge and topics related to the agrifood sector and women entrepreneurship will be shared with the attendees. To bring a little more focus, we will soon reveal who are the experts that will join us in this amazing afternoon.
Also, EWA entrepeneurs will have the opportunity to showcase their personal and professional overcomes and achievemts by presenting their projects in front of a distinguished jury.
- 18.00 - 18.40 | Welcome & Registration
- 18.40 - 19.00 | Introduction to EWA Programme & EIT Food
- 19.30 - 20.30 | EWA Entrepreneurs Pitches
- 20.30 - 21.00 | Rounde Table
- 21.00 - 21.10 | Annoucement of the Winners & Closure
- 21.10 - 22.00 | Networking
THE 10 PARTICIPANTS
Ana Climent, Ca Climent | Artisan producers and roasters of traditional Valencian peanut varieties (Collaret and Cacaua). The Climent family uses their own seeds that have been passed down for over 100 years. They believe in agriculture that maintains tradition and cultivates innovation, one that is redesigned to be more sustainable.
Ana Gonzaléz, Protiberia | A biotech company that researches and develops innovative and sustainable technology and production processes for obtaining protein from the Tenebrio Molitor insect, based on the circular economy, for human and animal nutrition. They also study the application of these byproducts in the agricultural sector and have their own Smart Insect Farm located in Villamalea, a small town in Albacete.
Anaís Diez, Madari | 100% natural fresh fruit juice brand made without any type of added sugar or additives. These high-quality, competitively priced natural juices are pasteurised allowing for an expiration of 8 months. Juices retain their flavour without the need for dyes, preservatives, or additives. The work of Madari juices is based on their values of authenticity, freshness, and accessibility.
María Vargas, MARIARMONIA | Natural, nutritious and delicious food products are enriched with functional ingredients and tailored to each phase of motherhood. From preconception to postpartum, our ready-to-eat products ensure that women receive the nutrients, care and support they need and deserve.
Maria Belén Gidoni, Abonokm0 | A circular, regenerative, and sustainable project that converts organic waste into high-quality compost through vermicomposting. They offer a monthly subscription service and provide management of organics for festivals and events as well as conducting workshops on vermicomposting and circular economy.
Marina Sanz, Lākō Foods | Superfoods based innovation to tackle negative trends in nutrition. Building upon the issue of excessive sugar consumption, they aim to revolutionise the concept of sweeteners, creating a sweetener based on dates that is soluble and retains the ‘superfood’ benefits of the fruit.
Marta Barba, La Albarda | The mission of La Albarda is to maintain a way of life by utilising the resources of the land and countryside in a sustainable manner, in order to offer environmentally-friendly, high-quality products that respect the environment, animals, and people, thus bridging the gap between the rural world and society.
Priscilla Silva, Gundo | A technological solution that provides personalised nutritional recommendations to users while they shop for groceries online, based on their goals and/or medical conditions. The solution integrates with supermarkets through APIs, allowing users to make healthier purchases by having all the necessary information before completing their shopping.
Susana López, Setas Corbe | The sustainable cultivation of mushrooms using a typical local construction where humidity and temperature are ideal for this cultivation.
Vanesa Redondo, ProPlantae | Phytopathological diagnostic services associated with fungal species and prescription of treatments for diagnosed pathogens using sustainable products, avoiding the use of pesticides, and promoting the development of new products from microorganisms, plant extracts, or waste valorization.
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