CTA presents EU TRACK Project at Transylvanian Clusters International Conference

  • Co-funded by the EU COSME programme, TRACK project is dedicated to increasing the competitiveness of the European agri-food sector through the incorporation of Big Data solutions and the improvement of traceability.
  • The CTA consultant Rocío de la Rosa has also participated in a coordination meeting of TRACK project, organised by AgroTransilvania Cluster.

The CTA Business Development consultant Rocío de la Rosa has participated in the Transylvanian Clusters International Conference in Romania to present the European TRACK project.

This is an annual event organised by Northern Transylvania Clusters Consortium, which works as a business support network and aims to facilitate the exchange of knowledge and best practices to addressing global challenges. The 5th edition of the event has addressed the opportunities and challenges of generating ecosystems for innovation and new business.

Rocío de la Rosa has also participated in a new follow-up meeting of the European TRACK project, organised by AgroTransilvania Cluster. CTA is the only Spanish partner of the TRACK project, focus on promoting the cooperation between European regions for the application of Big Data and improving the traceability in the agri-food sector.

TRACK will offer advisory services to help SMEs to implement and adapt their business model to the agri-food industry needs, through a training programme and support for the internationalisation of their business plans.

The project is co-financed by the Europe’s programme for small and medium-sized enterprises (COSME) and is led by VEGEPOLYS (France). Another 4 European partners complete the consortium: AgroTransilvania Cluster (Romania), Emilia-Romagna Regional Agrifood Cluster (Italy), Technological Corporation of Andalusia (CTA) and Greenport West-Holland (Netherlands).