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Henrike Slob, Marketing Communications Lead at Impact Hub Amsterdam, posted

Lunchroom | Food Webinars | #2 Regenerative agriculture & biodiversity

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What are the opportunities for biodiversity in the market this year? Conventional farming is a huge driver of climate change and biodiversity loss. The good news is that regenerative agriculture could be the answer to turning it all around! However, scaling regenerative agriculture should not fall on farmers alone – it should be a joint effort across the supply chain.

Food companies and retailers should reward farmers who embrace these practices as well as governments, and intergovernmental organizations must reshape policies or plans and even incentivise regenerative agriculture. Consumers should be educated about this problem and encouraged to make conscious food choices, which will grow demand for sustainably produced products. Join us for this webinar and get to know more about the possibilities for your food startup to accelerate the transition to a more sustainable food system.

Get to know the latest from the regenerative agriculture & biodiversity industry and learn about our programmes in just 30 min during lunch!

For whom

  • Startups that would like to grow their business
  • Idea owners that would like to turn their idea into business.
  • Anyone who would like to learn more about regenerative agriculture and biodiversity

Why join

  • The latest development in regenerative agriculture and biodiversity
  • First hand experience about our accelerator and incubator programs on food
  • Ask all your questions to our alumni and team
  • Expand your network

Program
12:30 intro
12:35 expert talk: 2021 market trends in regenerative agriculturen& biodiversity
12:50 Q&A about our food accelerators

Speakers
Felipe Villela, reNature
Wij.land

Note from ASC: Would you like to know more? Let Hendrike know in the comments.

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Henrike Slob, Marketing Communications Lead at Impact Hub Amsterdam, posted

Lunchroom | Food Webinars | #3 Short & fair value chains

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Get to know the opportunities for short & value chains in the food sector and learn about acceleration opportunities in just 30 min!

For whom

  • Startups that would like to grow their business
  • Idea owners that would like to turn their idea into business.
  • Anyone who would like to learn more about a short & fair value chain in the food industry

Why join

  • The latest trends in a short & fair value chain
  • First hand experience about our accelerator and incubator programs on food
  • Ask all your questions to our alumni and team
  • Expand your network

Short & fair value chains
The value chain is defined as the set of activities performed to design, produce, market, deliver, and support products. The sustainable food system starts with fair and ethical chains, emphasising quality, safety, diversity, responsibility, and traceability. What are the opportunities for short & fair value chains this year in the market? What do we need to change to be a part of the Sustainable Food Ecosystem? Join us for a discussion over lunch during our webinar and get the answer to these and more chains-related questions. At the end of your lunch break, you will be acquainted with the possibilities for your food startup to accelerate the transition.

Programme
12:30 intro
12:35 expert talk: 2021 market trends in short & fair value chains
12:50 Q&A about our food accelerators

Speakers
Alum Yorick Bruins, co-founder Wakuli
Mentor & sector expert Drees Peter van den Bosch, chairperson Taskforce Korte Keten

Henrike Slob's picture Online event on Aug 27th
Henrike Slob, Marketing Communications Lead at Impact Hub Amsterdam, posted

Lunchroom | Food webinars | #4 Packaging & Circularity

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Learn about the opportunities in the market and our acceleration programs in just 30 min during lunchtime!

For whom

  • Startups that would like to grow their business
  • Idea owners that would like to turn their idea into business.
  • Anyone who would like to learn more about packaging & circularity in food

Why join

  • The latest developments  in packaging & circularity in food
  • First hand experience about our accelerator and incubator programs on food
  • Ask all your questions to our alumni and team
  • Expand your network

Program
12:30 intro
12:35 expert talk: 2021 market trends on packaging & circularity
12:50 Q&A about our food accelerators

Speakers
Pieter Pot

Henrike Slob's picture Online event on Sep 1st
Henrike Slob, Marketing Communications Lead at Impact Hub Amsterdam, posted

Circulair ondernemen in Noord-Holland

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Provincie Noord-Holland en Impact Hub Amsterdam werken samen om het circulaire ecosysteem van de provincie te versterken. Vanaf 29 april 2021 tot 3 feb 2022 organiseren we maandelijkse expertsessies, netwerkevenementen en masterclasses om je op weg te helpen met circulariteit. Het programma bestaat uit 11 gratis evenementen, waaronder 6 opeenvolgende masterclasses.

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Henrike Slob, Marketing Communications Lead at Impact Hub Amsterdam, posted

WDCD No Waste Challenge

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What Design Can Do (WDCD) has launched the No Waste Challenge in partnership with IKEA Foundation. They are calling on creatives and innovators to submit their impactful solutions to reduce waste and to rethink the entire production and consumption cycle.

The No Waste Challenge offers three global design briefs for participants to consider. Each brief addresses a different part of the harmful take-make-waste cycle while being broad enough to allow for diverse perspectives. Applicants can focus on one specific brief, or find that more briefs are relevant for them. Participants will be judged by an international jury of leading experts in design, climate action, and social impact, based on the main criteria of: impact, creativity & design, feasibility, and scalability.

Award package:

  • Prize fund of €10.000
  • 6-month accelerator programme co-created with Impact Hub Amsterdam
  • Chance to present their projects to a global audience during one of WDCD’s annual events on design and innovation
  • Publicity via all WDCD platforms & partners

Rethink waste through design! Designers and entrepreneurs with innovative ideas to fight waste can submit their solutions until 1 April 2021.

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Henrike Slob, Marketing Communications Lead at Impact Hub Amsterdam, posted

Tommy Hilfiger Fashion Frontier Challenge

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Building on Tommy Hilfiger’s sustainability vision to Waste Nothing and Welcome All, the third edition of the global Tommy Hilfiger Fashion Frontier Challenge strives to amplify and support black, indigenous, and people of colour (BIPOC) entrepreneurs who are working to advance their communities and foster a more inclusive future of fashion.

Interested startups and scaleups are invited to submit project proposals that focus on creating an inclusive fashion value chain. Finalists will be invited to develop their project plans with the support of dedicated Tommy Hilfiger and external subject-matter experts. With coaching from an experienced pitch coach, finalists will pitch their final concept to a prestigious jury panel and associate audience at the global Tommy Hilfiger Fashion Frontier Challenge final event, which will be held in early 2022.

Winners will receive:

  • Up to €200,000 and a chance at an additional €15,000 prize for winning the “Audience
  • Favorite Vote”
  • Year-long mentorship with Tommy Hilfiger’s internal experts globally, and access to
  • Tommy Hilfiger’s network brand association
  • A place on the INSEAD Social Entrepreneurship Program (ISEP)
  • Year-long INSEAD mentorship

Startup and scaleup-stage businesses developing solutions that have a positive social impact on the fashion value chain can apply until 8 March 2021.

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