- The objective was to exchange good practices on SMEs financing and in collaborative and open innovation approaches.
- 4 of the 5consortium, met in the city of Lille.
- P2P finBIO has received funding from the EU Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme.
The European Project P2P finBIO ran its third workshop in the city of Lille (France) to continue working in a guide of good practices and funding instruments of the national and European scene for the agri-food and bioeconomy sectors. 4 of the 5 European bio-based clusters that conform the project consortium met on a workshop focused on the exchange of good practices on SMEs financing and in collaborative and open innovation approaches.
The meeting was organised by Bioeconomy For Change (B4C), the French bioeconomy cluster, with more than 500 members from across the entire bio-based value chain, from upstream agricultural inputs to the marketing of finished product.
The project has already conducted two workshops on Denmark and Spain. The next will be held in Portugal at the end of April.
Overall, the main objective of these meetings is to share successful methodologies and identifying the regional financing ecosystems of agri-food and bioeconomy sector in the 5 countries of the consortium.
About the project
P2P finBIO is coordinated by Food & Bio Cluster Denmark and made up of four other European organisations which work closely with the agri-food and bioeconomy sectors. The five partners are part of the national innovation ecosystem in their respective regions, and offer services related to innovation management, business modelling, internationalisation and facilitating access to funding.
The partners are:
- Food & Bio Cluster Denmark (Dinamarca)
- Foodvalley (Países Bajos)
- Association Industries et Agro-Ressources (Francia)
- Association BLC3 - Technology and Innovation Campus (Portugal)
- Corporación Tecnológica de Andalucía (España)
To learn more about the project, contact Project Leader Heidi Høy Dyrholm, firstname.lastname@example.org
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 967555.