On the 2nd November 2017, the Creating Entrepreneurs in Food (CEF) project team hosted a roadshow in Luton for aspiring entrepreneurs in farming, academics and students involved in the future of European farming and short food supply chains. The aim of the roadshow was to disseminate information on the project and present one of the projects outputs to the target audience. The output presented was the Level 5 Course Curriculum and Syllabi that is currently in the process of being developed as part of the project. The objective of the course is to provide those involved in Europe’s Agri-food sector with the skills required to foster and develop their food ideas into successful businesses. It aims to provide the knowledge and skill required to become a successful food entrepreneur and to provide support to those who want to add value to their products and move up the supply chain. The event was highly successful and the project team received fantastic feedback from the participants, all of which will now be incorporated into the design of the course to ensure that it will meet the needs of the target group.
To find out more on the project and its outputs please visit: Creating Entrepreneurs in Food (CEF)
Further information on the roadshow in Luton can be read here