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Innovation Talks, B2B Sessions for Olive, Livestock Sectors

Registration is open for free online presentations and one-to-one meetings with innovators who will offer solutions to challenges in the olive oil, olive, and livestock sectors in Greece. Organized by the Mediterranean Agronomic Institute of Chania as part of the EU-funded LIVINGAGRO project, this event will take place from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. July 20-22.

The goal of the event is to bring together innovators with Greek farmers and professionals working in the olive oil, olive, or grazed woodlands sectors. Interested individuals can register here to attend any or all of the sixteen 15-minute presentations (in Greek) and arrange individual B2B meetings.

What topics will be addressed?

  • Intercropping in Olive Groves  

  • Precision Agriculture  

  • Machinery 

  • Health Benefit Determination   

  • Olive Tree and Olive Oil Authentication 

  • Preparation for Climate Change

  • Re-using Traditional Practices in Agroforestry

See below for a complete list of the innovations to be discussed, in Greek. Detailed information about each innovation is available in Greek in the event’s agenda, which is visible after free advance registration. The entire Catalogue of Innovations is also available in English on the LIVINGAGRO project web page.

In addition to attending the presentations, participants are encouraged to arrange private online meetings with the creators of the innovations through the Praxi Network platform by clicking "request meeting" in the profiles of the innovators. This will enable participants to ask questions and find out more.

This B2B event was made possible by LIVINGAGRO - Cross Border Living Laboratories for Agroforestry, a project funded by the European Union under the ENI CBC Mediterranean Sea Basin Programme 2014-2020

For those unable to attend the July meetings, there will be additional presentations in Chania at a later date, most likely in a face-to-face format (conditions and regulations permitting). For more information, please email or call 28210 35030.