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EIT Food Seedbed Pre-Accelerator Programme

SEEDBED pre-accelerator

SEEDBED programme will support aspiring entrepreneurs to determine whether there is a market for products or services that utilise innovative agri-food technologies.

Entrepreneurs will receive:

  • training at a 4-day residential bootcamp (in June/July) based on unique customer-oriented methodology, supporting the development of a startup business model
  • reimbursement of travel costs to go out and speak to potential customers
  • an invitation to a final event where you will pitch your validated business idea to a panel of industry experts
  • mentorship by leading agri-food sector players with specialised knowledge and skills to develop food sector innovation
  • the opportunity to win equity-free cash prizes (up to €20,000)

The EIT Food Seedbed Pre-Accelerator Programme are looking for teams that:

  • are composed of at least two members
  • are developing an innovation set to make a big impact on any part of the food sector including the way we produce, deliver, consume and recycle our food
  • have not previously been awarded significant funding to support market validation of your idea or innovation
  • from anywhere in the world (but: we expect active, consistent engagement in the program - this requires physical presence from the team members at one of our bootcamp locations and final pitch event)


Updated: 29.4.2019 16:23, Author: Marika Kůrová

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