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EIT Food Startup Awareness Event organisers for 2021 Selected

24 September 2021 North-East, South, Cyprus EIT Food CLC North-East and CLC South have selected the new organisations to organise the EIT Food Startup Awareness Event for the local agrifood ecosystem in September-November 2021. 

EIT Food Startup Awareness Event organisers for 2021 Selected

Organisations chosen to organise the EIT Food Startup Awareness Event for the local agrifood ecosystem in September-November 2021 are: 

  • Tech StartUp School (Ukraine)
  • Ss. Cyril and Methodius University in Skopje – Institute of Agriculture (North Macedonia)
  • BD-SS Way Forward for Cyprus Innovation (registered tradenames CyprusInno and The Base by CyprusInno

Background information 

The main goal of the Startup Awareness Event will be to introduce EIT Food programs and activities to the local agrifood and innovation ecosystem and scout for potential participants of EIT Food entrepreneurship programs. The events will also aim to bring together the members of the local agrifood ecosystem and initiate the discussion about the current state and challenges of the ecosystem in relation to innovation and entrepreneurship.  

The organisations invited to apply for this call were chosen from the following countries: one organisation was selected from applicants representing Cyprus or Malta, and two from the following countries: Montenegro, Republic of North Macedonia and Ukraine. 

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