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11 July 2022 by SAH Project

SAH Project Newsletter: SmartAgriHubs: Growing Opportunities



For the 12th edition of our newsletter, we want to celebrate our growing community and share business opportunities for our Digital Innovation Hubs!

The agricultural sector is currently facing a number of crucial challenges: from the impact of the war to the necessity of producing more sustainably, the need for change has never been greater. Innovative solutions and methods can help face these challenges, and create new opportunities.  

For this edition of the SmartAgriHubs newsletter, Livia Marcantonio, Project Manager at the European Business and Innovation Centre Network, highlights the need for a green and digital transition in the Editorial.

As an innovative project might need a push to start, our Regional Clusters share with you a selection of local, regional and European funding opportunities in our Taking Stock section.

In Get to Know, Digital Innovation Hubs share with you the lessons learnt and best practices they develop in their business.

Good networking can help build your business: in the What's New section, read the latest news about our website, the Final Event and our participation in the upcoming IoT Week.

Last but not least, with the Magnitude section, you can discover the tools created by our community to help you grow. Best tips from Digital Innovation Hubs, other H2020 projects, and our very own Spring Sprint!

Business opportunities can help revive our rural areas - in Synergie, we welcome the H2020 project RURALIZATION.

And of course, don't forget to get the latest updates from our community in our Newscorner!

We hope you will enjoy the read and don't forget to check out the Innovation Portal for more news and events!

* Support and disclaimers:
- This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 818182.
- This publication reflects only the author's view and the Commission is not responsible for any use that may be made of the information it contains.