DRG4Food Open Call Webinar: How to Apply & Secure €300,000 for Data-Driven Food Project!

Are you actively involved in food tracking, targeted nutrition, or influencing consumers’ food choices? DRG4Food is ready to support your projects. On Thursday, October 12th DRG4FOOD, in collaboration with the sister project FOODITY held the webinar “Guidelines for DRG4FOOD Open call #1!”.

In this webinar, Maja Fišić, Ferdinand Ferroli from DRG4FOOD and Nika Levikov from FOODITY gave a framework of the application process to the open calls and answered some questions coming from participants.

If you missed the webinar, check out the recording here!

Here’s What You Can Expect:

  • A thorough breakdown of the participation rules and eligibility criteria for applicants.
  • Valuable insights into the challenge areas outlined in the Open Call.
  • A comprehensive introduction to our Digital Responsibility Playbook and the evaluation criteria we employ.
  • A Q&A session

Open Call #1 Launched on October 9th!

This Open Call is your gateway to securing up to €300,000 in equity-free funding! Beyond funding, participants will also have the chance to:

  • Gain exclusive access to advanced technology enablers.
  • Receive mentorship, coaching, and specialized training in technology, business, and digital responsibility fields..

Want More Details?

For more details on the DRG4Food Open Call #1 opportunity, visit here.

About DRG4Food

Introducing DRG4Food, a newly established EU-funded accelerator designed to support researchers, startups, and SMEs within the agri-food tech sphere. With a focus on innovation, trust, and responsibility (as guided by our Digital Responsibility Playbook), we aim to foster significant advancement in the food industry. Engage in our pilot program, and you could secure up to €300,000 in equity-free funding, with a total of €1,900,000 available across two Open Calls. And remember, it’s not just about the funding; we’re also here to offer personalized guidance to maximize your impact within the food industry.