SMARTCHAIN project is generating concrete actions for knowledge transfer through the organisation of 18 national multi-stakeholder workshops in France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Serbia, Spain, Switzerland and the Netherlands. The first round of workshops, that is aimed at an internal audience of stakeholders involved in the 18 SMARTCHAIN case studies, is being organised this autumn, between September and November 2020. The first one has already been successfully carried out by the Hungarian hub manager (Katalin Kujáni, KIS) in Budapest. Some impressions of this workshop can be found below.
The second round of 9 workshops will take place between April and June 2021 and is open for all farmers, food producers and audiences interested in SFSCs and local production to participate in. Any stakeholder wishing to take part can keep up-to-date on the latest information by following SMARTCHAIN activities on social media (Twitter & LinkedIn) or signing up to the project’s newsletter, either via the website or the innovation platform.