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SmartAgriHubs is celebrating one year of success

  • Animal Production
  • Vegetables
  • Aquaculture
  • Arable
  • Fruit

03 April 2020 - It is our anniversary: we are celebrating one year of SmartAgriHubs.

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SmartAgriHubs Webinar On Governance For Digital Innovation Hubs

23 March 2020 - Our SmartAgirHubs WP4 will be hosting a webinar for our Digital Innovations Hubs to improve their governance.

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agROBOfood is offering 2.65 M€ to SMEs through its’ 1st Open Call for Innovation Experiments!

  • Animal Production
  • Vegetables
  • Fruit
  • Arable
  • Aquaculture

06 March 2020 - agROBOfood is a Horizon 2020 project aiming to build a European ecosystem for the effective adoption of robotic technologies in the agrifood sector and to support SMEs become more efficient and competitive.

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The SmartAgriHubs Stakeholder Conference has been postponed

  • Animal Production
  • Vegetables
  • Fruit
  • Arable
  • Aquaculture

03 March 2020 - It is with great regret that due to the increasing concerns about the spread of covid-19, SmartAgriHubs has taken the decision to postpone its Bucharest Conference, which was due to have been held at the Radisson Hotel in Bucharest from the 9th of March.

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SmartAgriHubs is celebrating its one-year anniversary

21 February 2020 - From the 9th to the 11th of March in Bucharest, Romania, the SmartAgriHubs Stakeholder Conference will celebrate the achievement of one of the largest Horizon 2020 dedicated to European agriculture.

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Our Video Contest

23 January 2020 - As part of the SmartAgriHubs stakeholder event organised in Bucharest on the 9-11 March 2020, we are organising a video contest for our Digital Innovation Hubs, our Flagship Innovation Experiments and our Competence Centers.

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Perception is reality: data reveal gender bias in agri-foodtech investing

  • Animal Production
  • Vegetables
  • Fruit
  • Arable
  • Aquaculture

03 October 2019 - Female startup founders face more skepticism, loaded questioning, and smaller commitments from investors than their male counterparts. And female founders in agri-foodtech are no exception, according to a new report.

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