Every year, the SME Management & Entrepreneurship study program invites entrepreneurial personalities to Salzburg University of Applied Sciences to report on practical experience in the fields of competence, innovation and tradition.
In addition to inspiring keynotes from regional entrepreneurs, students had the opportunity to present their business ideas to visitors of the event. By means of a specially designed exhibition stand, we were also able to present the project “Circular Economy: Mapping Food Streams and Identifying Potentials to Close the Food Cycle”, which is supported by the Interreg Alpine Space program. Within this stimulating framework, the CEFoodCycle research project had the opportunity to line up among the exhibitors and actively engage in dialog with interested visitors.
Not only ideas were exchanged, but also valuable contacts were made, which lay the foundation for future cooperations and innovations.
(c) Image: CEFoodCycle