• quality and product certification • health and safety procedures • entrepreneurship development • networking, marketing, branding • funding
The seminars will be delivered by qualified speakers of high-expertise and experience on the various topics -from academic institutions, universities, companies, food enterprises, government agencies- and are willing to provide practical advice on the development of food producing enterprises.
These two-day seminars (Friday afternoon-evening and Saturday morning-noon) will take place from 27.1-17- 18.3.17 at the following locations: Anogyra, Akaki, Galata, Athienou, Kyperounta, Neapolis University (co-organization), Cyprus University of Technology (co-organization), and Odou village.
Each two-day seminar is independent, therefore, all interested applicants may choose to attend any, and more than one, of the eight scheduled seminars.
The seminars are open to the public and participation is free.
The organizing of the seminars is co-funded by the US State Department, through the Alumni Engagement Innovation Fund (AEIF) and the Erasmus+ KA2 Action, namely the «International cooperation - the guarantee of development of local products» programme. The action is also supported by local authorities, academic institutions, universities, companies, food enterprises and government bodies.
Inquiries and participation applications:
A detailed programme is available in electronic form on this website: https://goo.gl/Ze04ef, as well as in printed form at the collaborating Community Councils and Universities.
The Cyprus Food and Nutrition Museum is a non-profit cultural and research organization, based in Nicosia, active in gastronomy and food -related issues. For more information on the aims and activities of the Museum, visit the websites: