Berytech is launching a regional call for dairy value chain researchers and innovators across Lebanon, Tunisia, Italy and Greece who are looking to commercialize their research and Intellectual Property (IP) innovation projects, collaborate with stakeholders in the sector, and establish the needed intellectual property and licensing rights.
The purpose of the technology transfer training is to provide intense business knowledge on:
Participants will be given the opportunity to learn to formulate an action plan to transform inventions and innovations into a viable commercial project and get an overview of the technology transfer and patent commercialization process.
Knowing that the Dairy sector is faced with many challenges, addressing them would contribute to the sector’s innovation and sustainability.The TRANSDAIRY Specialized Training aims at supporting all active dairy value chain researchers and technology transfer officers who want to turn their solutions for these challenges into a viable business.
Such as poor hygiene & cleaning care systems, poor milk preserving practices on small farms level, lack of local production of feed & drugs, lack of technology equipment & software to increase cattle and small ruminants’ life span & productivity, etc.
Such as the heating and pasteurizing increased costs due to low quality milk supply, fluctuations of processed cheese quality due to varying qualities of milk supply, high electricity costs, etc.
Such as the lack of qualitative analysis of milk & of the dairy end products, non-compliant storage conditions on the suppliers/retailers level etc.
Such as the high costs of imported packaging, the lack of recyclable/reusable packaging solutions, poor packaging conditions which may impact product quality, etc.
This is a regional training open to participants in Italy, Greece, Tunisia and Lebanon who are:
The 25 selected participants to attend the training will receive an email with the training agenda, training timelines and zoom link. Selected participants will conform to these criteria :
Selected participants will have access to several benefits and opportunities presented by the training:
Four modules will be given over 6 days starting November 8th 2021, with a minimum of 18 hours.
3 sessions will be given per week for two weeks. Each session is 3 hours.
Competitive analysis and market strategy Featuring case studies: From idea to the Dairy Value Chain
APPLICATIONS ARE CLOSED.
Coordinated by the University of Campania “Luigi Vanvitelli” (Italy), TRANSDAIRY Project aims to enhance the technological transfer among research, industry and SMEs in the fields of Key Enabling Technologies applied to the Dairy Value Chain, by the creation of Living Labs, the increase of institutional capacities through training, and the development of market intelligence for sustainability and consolidation of spin-offs.
The project will provide financial support for the creation of startups, registration of patents, publications, training classes and workshops in a total of 8 living labs distributed across the Mediterranean area (Italy, Lebanon, Greece, and Tunisia).
Home to some of the world’s most ancient civilizations, hub for trade and transport, unique hotspot for biodiversity, the Mediterranean faces a multitude of common challenges, including climate change, pollution, youth unemployment and social inequality.
Acting together to address these challenges and improve the lives of men and women across the region is the impetus for the 2014-2020 ENI CBC “Mediterranean Sea Basin Programme”. ENI CBC Med is the largest Cross-Border Cooperation (CBC) initiative implemented by the EU under the European Neighbourhood Instrument (ENI).
The Programme brings together the coastal territories of 14 EU and partner countries, including Lebanon, in view of fostering fair, equitable and sustainable development on both sides of the EU’s external borders.