SAVE THE DATE: 5 VIDA ONLINE TRAINING COURSES ARE COMING FROM OCTOBER 2019!
VIDA – Value added Innovation in fooD chAins aims to boost the innovation in the agro-food value chains through innovative solutions that enhance the water-energy efficiency using Key Enabling Technologies (KETs). Read more.
VIDA provides three different funding schemes for the SMEs that aims to collaborate in the development of technological solutions for resources efficiency. Learn more.
VIDA project organises 5 training online courses for the SMEs. The objective of theses courses is to boost the collaboration of the SMEs through innovation projects, by providing them tools to overcome the main challenges that SMEs usually face during the different phases of the development and implementation of the innovation projects.
The 5 courses are built tailored towards the specific challenges encountered by SMEs to be able to add value over conventional materials and information. The training courses will be focused in transversal innovation topics of interest to all the SMEs, such as post-project, communication skills, new European calls or how to create an appropriate framework for collaboration in innovation projects.
In October, there will be two training courses:
How to innovate successfully in an international context, October 8th, 2019, 10:00-11:00 CET. Register here.
Creating an appropriate framework for collaboration in innovation projects: intercultural skills and consortium agreement, October 22nd, 2019, 10:00-11:00 CET. Register here.
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VIDA – Value added Innovation in fooD chAins– aims to accelerate the implementation of new solutions (preferably key enabling technologies) in the food sector which improve the usage of water and energy with the ambition to reduce losses and consumption. VIDA has three different types of funding vouchers to support small and medium-sized enterprises (SME) seeking new resource efficient solutions.
The VIDA project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program under grant agreement nº 777795.
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