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Reopened Workshop | Skills for New Product Development in the Food Industry

The EIT Food Skills for New Product Development in the Food Industry Workshop has reopened!

13 Aug 2021
EIT Food Central

Are you a food sector professional from a RIS country? Do you want to improve your skills in New Product Development? We invite you to be one of 50 selected participants in the EIT Food NPD Skills! 

Applications deadline: 17th August 2021, 23:59:59

In today’s food markets, New Product Development (NPD) projects are critical to the success and development of organizations.Therefore, the Skills for new product development in the food industry workshop is an unique opportunity to get up-to-date knowledge on trends in the food sector, meet professionals, get to know real case studies from industry companies and become an expert in the development of new products in the food market!

Skills for new product development in the food industry workshop brings together 50 participants from different backgrounds and countries, who will come to the virtual training to gain knowledge of the tools, techniques, and methodologies used in the process of new product development in the food industry. After five days of not only listening, but also experiencing the practical application of these tools and techniques in a simulated environment, the participants will be ready to initiate, plan, execute, monitor and control the projects aimed at the development and marketing of new products and services, as well as to introduce innovations to the market in the food industry.
The aim of our workshops is to turn your ideas into action!

Check all the information about the programme here


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