Applications for batch 4 of the Agrytech Accelerator Program are now open. Berytech has worked with multiple stakeholders in the agri-food sector to identify real-life challenges that need immediate innovative solutions.
The Agrytech Hackathon 2020, organized by Berytech in partnership with the Embassy of the Kingdom of The Netherlands in Lebanon, will be an engaging 15-day online event, bringing together engineers, makers, data scientists, creatives, innovators, entrepreneurs, and young professionals from various backgrounds.
René Mouawad Foundation and Berytech, with the support of the Embassy of the Kingdom of The Netherlands in Lebanon, organized the first edition of the RMF AgriApp Hackathon focusing on digitizing the agri-food supply chain by developing a mobile application that compiles the agricultural knowledge, develops the know-how of farmers for improved productivity and enhances farmer competitiveness to reach local and international markets.
The RMF AgriApp Hackathon, organized by Berytech and the René Moawad Foundation (RMF) with the support of the Embassy of the Kingdom of The Netherlands in Lebanon, is focusing on digitizing the agri-food supply chain by developing a mobile application that will link farmers to the end-consumers.
Berytech organized the second Agri-Food Innovation Day, a virtual platform where experts discussed the future of the agri-food sector, as well as cluster driven circular economy, and startups enrolled in Batch III of the Agrytech Program presented their innovation and solutions.
Meet the startups enrolled in Batch III of Berytech’s Agrytech Program, they pitched during the annual Demo Day, presenting their agri-food solutions to the world, and proving they are investment-ready, despite the crises.
Zoom in on the eight startups, part of Batch III, who have made it to the last phase of Berytech’s Agrytech Accelerator Program, the incubation and growth phase.