- Conference/Seminar/Information Day
- , FRANCE
- Host organisation
Are you an EU agri-food SMEs with ambition to export to Japan, Vietnam and Korea? Learn about existing (free) tools made available by EU for SMEs to access those markets by attend our webinar on 25th February 2022, 09:00 – 11:00 CET
Provisional topics of the webinar are:
□ Intellectual Property: IPR South Asia Help Desk The South-East Asia IP SME Helpdesk supports European Union small and medium sized enterprises protect and enforce their Intellectual Property rights in or relating to South-East Asian countries, through the provision of free information and services.
□ Network: Enterprise Europe Network - The European tool dedicated to innovation and internationalisation of SMEs. At the heart of the economic development of your territories and in close collaboration with Enterprise Europe Network members present in 60 countries, the advisors of this network provide companies with information, advice on European law and development assistance throughout their innovation and internationalisation projects.
□ Culture & training: EU-Japan Centre for Industrial Cooperation The Centre is a joint venture established in 1987 by the European Commission (DG GROW) and the Japanese Government (METI) for promoting all forms of industrial, trade and investment cooperation between the EU and Japan.
□ Internationalisation: EU running project EU project giving support to enter those countries. F2F Health matters.
□ Questions & Answers.
The event is organised under the framework of ‘Farm to Fork health Matters’ Project. It is open to participants from all the UE countries.
The F2F (Farm to Fork)-Health Matters project aims to provide hands-on support services to European innovative SMEs - specialised in i) healthy food, ii) bio-based techno-functional ingredients and solutions and iii) sustainable bio-solutions - willing to internationalise their expertise and products in new and overseas markets targeted Japan, Korea, Vietnam, Canada and United Arab Emirates. It operates in a multi-challenges context, characterised by the search for a general healthier nutrition, reassurance of the consumer trust, an improved sustainability and circularity of Farm-to-Fork value chains.”
As part of the Farm to F2F project, several events will take place in the 2 following years with webinars, workshops and b2b meetings with the support of Enterprise Europe Network. For more information, feel free to contact the organiser.
This webinar is co-organised by Farm to Fork Health Matters project, a network of agri-food innovation through a collaborative approach whose members:
BioEconomy Cluster (Slovakia)