The CommBeBiz Awards aim to showcase the most innovative ideas emerging from EU-funded research projects in the bioeconomy sector. They
support ambitious ideas with the potential to address major challenges in the
bioeconomy sector, but with clear business or social innovation potential. This
award was given in recognisition of the work undertaken on the TRADEIT
Electronic Marketplace. An open innovation platform that connects researchers
with traditional food produing SMEs.
provides funding to:
training events run by the European Business Network.
Access to a business
coaches & mentor to support development or commercialisation of the
innovation. I am working with an IT mentor / developer in Greece.
Exposure to opportunities
for commercial, social & policy innovation.
the project via CBB’s web platform, publications and social media.
to journalists writing the bioeconomy.
Use of the CBB Innovation
Bursary logo and a bespoke CBB project brief to promote the project.