The fourth batch enrolled in Berytech’s Agrytech Accelerator has completed the first phase of the program: the validation phase. Over two months, the teams went through the validation phase of the program, receiving a grant of up to $2,000 each along with business and technical assistance defining their objectives and validating assumptions about the problem the startup is solving.
28 teams join the first phase of the Agrytech Accelerator Program equipped with a grant of $2,000 and 2 months to validate their ideas, develop their initial prototype and strengthen their business model.
Berytech met up with Khaled Abbas – the co-founder and CEO of Smart Land, to talk about joining the Agrytech Accelerator Program with his co-founder Saad with just an idea and working throughout the program to build his prototype, test it and launch his business.
Three projects managed to design their value proposition and validate it, size their market and design their MVP allowing them to be selected to continue receiving support through one of the accelerators: Cleanergy and Agrytech.
Fidele el Achkar, CEO and Co-founder of FoodSight, food-tech startup enrolled in the third batch of Berytech’s Agrytech Accelerator Program, writes a blog about her entrepreneurial journey.
After a very challenging year, and despite the economic crisis and the global pandemic, seven startups have successfully completed Berytech’s Agrytech Accelerator program and graduated.
Berytech announced that a new 10-member Advisory Board is in place for its ACT Smart Innovation Hub, an important component that will ensure good implementation of the 36-month Dutch-funded initiative.
Agrocedrus – a team working on valorizing the carob fruit to create added-value products, won first place at the 2020 edition of the Agrytech Hackathon focusing on innovative solutions to challenges in the agri-food industry.
This blog is written by Berytech longtime supporter and friend Roger van Hoesel – Founder of the Food Mountain.
Berytech organized several webinars part of its Meetups powered by GIST events, read the main takeaways from the different discussions during the Food Security in MENA Series.