Trophy Challenge Competition Cultivates Innovation in the Field of Agrifood for a Third Year

September 15, 2021

ATHENS — Greece’s largest agrifood innovation competition is seeking innovative start-ups and business ideas—including those at early stages of development.

The Trophy Challenge, being held for the third time, is organized by New Agriculture New Generation to encourage the creation of needed commercial and business solutions across the categories of Agritech, Food-Tech, and Agrologistics.

It offers select participants networking opportunities with key players in the Greek and international innovation ecosystem, individualized support based on their needs, access to financial tools, and cash prizes totaling €23,000. Twenty-five finalist teams will have the opportunity to participate in a two-day online bootcamp, where they will receive guidance from experts in the field before presenting their ideas to the public and the selection committee during the final phase of the competition.

The competition is held with the support of the Stavros Niarchos Foundation (SNF).

Applications are open until September 24, 2021. Learn more and enter at trophychallenge.gr.


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