The third edition of CEIN’s Agrofood Scale Up programme is now open


The new call aims to boost the scaling of six startups operating in the agri-food sector. Interested companies can register until 4 August via this form. The beneficiaries will receive training and personalised consultancy as well as a growth and scaling plan for their business “adapted to their real situation and needs”.


The purpose of this initiative, therefore, is to analyse the key areas of the company and to prioritise those that are key to accelerate itsthe company and prioritise those that are key to accelerate its growth.growth.In this way, participants will be able to define aspects such as technology and its linkage to the product, the skills of the teamtechnology and its link to the product, the skills of the development team, the marketthe market, their business model or aspects related to their financing needs.financing needs.In this respect, the activity is designed, above all, for innovative agri-food start-ups innovative agri-food start-ups, with a track record in the market that can range from six months to eight years.

Another of the characteristics of the projects that are eligible to participate is that they are business proposals with growth potential and a potential for growth and with a level of development based on sales. Agrofood Scale Up will be developed between September and December 2023 through group sessions and individualised tutorials.

At the end of the At the end, participants will receive a diagnosis and a series of personalised conclusions and recommendations. conclusions and personalised recommendations. Those interested can register until August the 4th using the following form.

Source: Navarra Capital