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Watify, an awareness-raising campaign funded by the European Commission to stimulate the technological transformation of Europe’s industry, is organizing a matchmaking event on the application of ICT and advanced manufacturing in the Food Supply Chain with a specific focus on Central Europe.

Register and get an opportunity: 

  • to speak and connect to main actors in the food industry representing the whole value chain in both an informal way and in bilateral meetings session;
  • to meet the potential partners and investors;
  • to help build bridges and strengthen inter-regional, cross-border cooperation in the development of joint initiatives/partnerships;
  • to get informed on funding opportunities;
  • to learn more about the latest developments and trends, application of advanced technologies and digital solutions in the food industry.

How does it work?

A matchmaking event is a quick and easy way to meet potential cooperation partners. People meet and greet at high speed. 30 minutes are usually enough to build connections, then the bell rings and the next talk starts. 

  1. Register;
  2. Fill in your profile -  in your profile you can state what kind of technology/product/expertise you are offering, what kind of cooperation you are looking for and which ideas you would like to discuss with potential collaboration partners;
  3. Check the attendees profiles - within a few minutes you should be able to identify future potential business partners. and promising contacts;
  4. Request bilateral meetings – make the most of the matchmaking session and meet as many potential partners as you can;
  5. Accept or reject the meeting requests;
  6. Download your personalized agenda including the detailed information about the time, the number of the table and who you are going to meet.

This event is organised within the Central European Cooperation in Smart Specialisation on the Application of ICT and Advanced Manufacturing Solutions in the Food Supply Chain  in cooperation with the Hungarian National Research, Development and Innovation Office, Campden BRI Magyarország Nonprofit Kft. and the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Slovenia - Chamber of Agricultural and Food Enterprises with a support of the European Commission Directorate General for Regional and Urban Policy (DG Regio).


Open until 3 April 2018


Budapest, Hungary

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