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Projects

Title:Replicable business models for modern rural economies (RUBIZMO)
Start:01.05.2018
End:30.04.2021
Coordinating institute:
ATB contact:Philipp Grundmann
Funding:Europäische Union (EU), Belgien
Grant agreement number:773621
Funding framework:H2020-RUR-2016-2017
Partner:Agriculture University Wroclaw, Polen; ASOCIATIA ROMANA PENTRU AGRICULTURA DURABILA, Rumänien; CLUSTER VIOENERGEIAS KAI PERIVALLONTOS DYTIKIS MAKEDONIAS, Griechenland; COOPERATIVAS AGRO-ALIMENTARIAS DE ESPANA U DE COOP SOCIEDAD COOPERATIVA, Spanien; EUROPEAN SCIENCE COMMUNICATION INSTITUTE (ESCI) GGMBH, Oldenburg; Greenflex, Frankreich; Greenovate! Europe, Belgien; Instituttet for Fødevarestudier & Agroindustriel Udvikling-IFAU, Dänemark; INVESTORNET-GATE2GROWTH APS, Dänemark; IRISH RURAL LINK CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY LIMITED, Irland; PROQUANTIS LTD & CO KG, Bonn; Reseach Institutes of Sweden, Agrifood and Bioscience, Schweden; Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Schweden; Universita' degli Studi di Bologna, Italien; ZABALA INNOVATION CONSULTING, S.A., Spanien
  
Part of research program:Material and energetic use of biomass
Abstract:RUBIZMO will identify business models with high potential for empowering rural communities to take advantage of the opportunities arising from improved value chain optimisation. It will directly supporting the creation of sustainable jobs and growth in rural economies, supporting a multi-actor approach for generation of shared-value. Ultimately, the project looks to contribute to rural development in Europe, supporting the Europe 2020 Strategy for Smart, Sustainable and Inclusive Growth, as well as supporting Regional and Rural Development policy. To do this, the project will identify innovative business models (developed or identified in existing projects under FP7, H2020, Interreg, Central Europe, etc.) with a significant potential to support modernisation and sustainable growth in rural economies, and relevant to the food sector, bio-based value chains and ecosystem services. Business models with the potential to contribute to the modernisation and sustainable growth of rural economies will be selected, packaged and classified according to their nature, comprising technologies, services, business support structures, financing mechanisms, etc.
Abstract:RUBIZMO will identify business models with high potential for empowering rural communities to take advantage of the opportunities arising from improved value chain optimisation. It will directly supporting the creation of sustainable jobs and growth in rural economies, supporting a multi-actor approach for generation of shared-value. Ultimately, the project looks to contribute to rural development in Europe, supporting the Europe 2020 Strategy for Smart, Sustainable and Inclusive Growth, as well as supporting Regional and Rural Development policy. To do this, the project will identify innovative business models (developed or identified in existing projects under FP7, H2020, Interreg, Central Europe, etc.) with a significant potential to support modernisation and sustainable growth in rural economies, and relevant to the food sector, bio-based value chains and ecosystem services. Business models with the potential to contribute to the modernisation and sustainable growth of rural economies will be selected, packaged and classified according to their nature, comprising technologies, services, business support structures, financing mechanisms, etc.
 

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