AlpBioEco Newsletter - March 2020
Valorisation of innovative bio-economical potentials along bio-based food and botanical extract value chains in the Alpine Space
VOL. 6 EN
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Outlook: Work Package 3 

From December 2019 to July 2020 AlpBioEco is in the third of four project phases. The third phase is concerned with the "reality check" of product ideas and business models. Selected business models from the AlpBioEco Open Innovation Workshops will be reviewed, further developed and later tested in pilot studies. Read more about it here. (Photo: © AlpBioEco)

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National Bioeconomy Strategies in the European Union

The European Union (EU) supports the transition to a more renewable, resource-efficient and circular economy. Many EU member states already have national bioeconomy strategies showing a path towards a more biobased and sustainable economy. Learn more about the bioeconomy strategies of the AlpBioEco partner countries Austria, France, Germany, Italy and Slovenia! (Photo: Coin stairs with bulb © wk1003mike)

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Get to know us better: Interview with our project partner "BizUp", Linz, Austria

Business Upper Austria (BizUp) is the business agency of the province of Upper Austria. The agency was founded in 2014, currently employs around 130 people and is headquartered in Linz. The agency's mission is to strengthen, develop and internationally position Upper Austria as a business location. BizUp promotes innovation, is a partner for company settlement and provides advice on cooperation and subsidies. Read our interview with Kristina Eder, Heidrun Hochreiter and Daniel Rogl! (Logo: © BizUp)

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Interview with Vivian Böllersen, Managing Director of „Walnussmeisterei“, Herzberg, Germany

Vivian Böllersen is a walnut pioneer from Germany. Since 2015 she has been running an agricultural business called "Walnussmeisterei" in Herzberg (Mark) on 4.5 hectares. Her company is specialized in the cultivation and distribution of walnuts. The "Walnussmeisterei" is also part of her self-established network "Interessensgemeinschaft (IG) Nuss", english: “Community of interest in nuts”, a Germany-wide network for cooperation between walnut farmers, refining tree nurseries, the processing industry and trade. Learn more in this interview! (Photo: © Vivian Böllersen)

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The AlpBioEco Newsletter is published quarterly by AlpBioEco head of project communication (Albstadt-Sigmaringen University of Applied Sciences).
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