B-Resilient will unlock the development of innovative bio-based agri-food value chains
B-Resilient Project set an ambitious package of support actions to empower food processing SMEs to become more resilient by means of an optimum use of biomass, and with appropriate digital solutions. The project will focus on maximising usage of available feedstock and its subsequent valorisation of side streams into innovative bio-based ingredients. B-Resilient project is built on a zero-waste and circular concept, improving the competitiveness of food processing SME from an environmentally sustainable perspective.
Mobility Lump Sum
The Mobility lump sum is a travel aid of EUR 600 for food producing and processing SMEs* to attend our first Challenge and Innovation event, the European food biomass & bioeconomy summit – Matchmaking event to access investors, technology providers and establish partnerships, that will be celebrated in Thessaloniki (Greece) on the 22nd and 23rd May 2023.
Who can participate to the event?
This event is open to SMEs, startups, spinoffs, technology providers, corporates and investors and any other organisations interested by the subject.
To subscribe to the event:
B2Match link available soon.
Need a travel push? Participants that want to receive the aid, which is assigned in a first-come first-serve basis, need to follow this application process.
*Elegible SMEs for the travel aid: SMEs involved in food processing and producing value chain through green and digitalised innovative solutions.
- any other product that is under food legislation
Apply now: Submission online form mobility lump sum.
For selected SMEs, a contract should be signed.
For further details, please, contact: Blandine FORTIN (email: email@example.com)
This project has received European funding under Grant Agreement 101074621 of which 1,12 million goes directly to Food Processing SME thanks to the B-Resilient Financial Support to Third Parties Scheme.
Funded by the European Union. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or EISMEA. Neither the European Union nor the granting authority can be held responsible for them.