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Call for proposals to carry out activities to build entrepreneurial capacities for women in the agrifood business

EIT Food is looking for 3 organisations based in the South of Europe, namely from Greece, Italy, Portugal, Spain or Turkey and 2 organisations based in the East of Europe, namely from Croatia,
Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Slovakia or Slovenia to organise activities within a project aiming at boosting the entrepreneurial skills of women in the agrifood sector.

03 Mar 2020
EIT Food North-East
Deadline for South of Europe: 06/03/2020
Deadline for East of Europe: 13/03/2020

 

The main objective of this project is to find innovative solutions that tackle the problems faced by the food system created by women entrepreneurs while supporting them to grow these entrepreneurial ideas. On balance, the Project will also help these women to access other programmes offered by EIT Food. All these women entrepreneurs must come from within the above-mentioned regions.

The secondary aims of the activities are:

  • Developing early stage startups and create new ones
  • Sparking co-founder relationships
  • Building links between industry, academia, startups and the wider community

The activities will include:

  • scouting services,
  • mentoring and education of female entrepreneurs working in the agri-food sector,
  • organising workshops and providing networking opportunities,
  • organising a final competition event

The selection process is implemented as an open call managed by EIT Food, Co-Location Centre South, using clear and transparent selection criteria.

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