Published on 02-11-2017 08:53:18 by AGRIFORVALOR
The first Exploitation training was held on 21 of September 2017 in Budapest, Hungary focusing on opportunities in the bioeconomy. Presenters from the European Commission and other EU-countries (Spain, Estonia) shared their experiences...
... on the importance of developing a strategy for the bioeconomy, while Hungarian best practices in the field of research- and innovation-based cooperation with enterprises for the bioeconomy were presented and exchanged.
Among the organisers of the event were Ministry of Agriculture, Hungarian Chamber of Agriculture and Bay Zoltán Nonprofit Ltd.
The focus of the event was to emphasize the concepts and define the development needs and steps. This was assisted by explanations from the European Commission; testimonies from good examples and time to discuss with the participants.
The participants were given an opportunity to answer questions on what the bioeconomy is and what is the best way to build macro-regional and multi-actor cooperation for better business opportunities.