AgriFood Open Day
powered by Arruda dos Vinhos
October 19th 2023
Centro Cultural do Palácio do Morgado,
Arruda dos Vinhos
Explore the future of the agrifood sector at the Agrifood Open Day, a national event organized by the EIT Food Hub Portugal, in collaboration with the Municipality of Arruda dos Vinhos.
For the second consecutive year, the Agrifood Open Day will gather representatives from all corners of the agrifood industry - consumers, SMEs, farmers, public entities, corporates, researchers, startups, investors, and policy makers - to explore the power of innovation, entrepreneurship, and education in shaping the future of agrifood systems. The main goal is to generate valuable insights and ideas that can drive positive change and contribute to sustainable development.
The event promises a collaborative environment, where different minds converge to face the challenges of the agrifood sector. Join meaningful discussions with industry experts and thought leaders as we dive deeper into how we can create sustainable agrifood systems.
Agrifood Open Day
Discover Exciting Topics
Portuguese Municipalities' Success Stories: discover what has been done to contribute to sustainable development in the agricultural sector.
Portugal Food Scaleup Report: discover the latest advances in the food industry and the startups behind them.
Innovation in Farming: explore digitalization in soilless farming, eco schemes, regenerative agriculture, and how young farmers are actively shaping the future.
Advancements in Soil Microbiology: find out original solutions for everyday agricultural challenges through cutting-edge soil microbiology.
Startup-Corporate Collaboration: bridge the gap between startups and industries, bringing forward solutions to real-world challenges.
Education and Entrepreneurship: hear pitch presentations from successful startups who participated in EIT Programs
European Digital Innovation Hubs, Testbeds, and Regional Valleys: learn about available calls and services for fostering innovation and growth.
Soil Microbiology Mini-Conference
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