GARAGE48 FOOD 2022/23 IS OPEN FOR REGISTRATION AND SOFTWARE-BASED IDEA SUBMISSION! SUBMIT YOUR IDEA OR JOIN A TEAM!
Join the food (r)evolutin and change how we consume and think about food!
Check out one of last year’s winners Kairiin Koddala talking about her experience at the hack and updating us on the development of their vegan coffee creamer COFF.
We received 25 physical food development ideas in total, out of which 9 science-based and novel ideas got accepted and are heading to the lab for development.👩🔬 Now, it’s time for all of you marketers, branding experts, UX/UI designers, software developers, environmental technology & protection experts, food safety & education specialists, blockchain experts and product managers to get involved. 🚀
Join the food (r)evolution now if:
🥦 you’re passionate about more environmentally friendly and healthy eating habits in food technology;
🍊 you want to develop novel solutions with other like-minded people;
🍅 you want to get access to our expert mentors and partners to springboard your idea to success;
🍐 you’re hungry for new challenges and experiences.
🎯Register and check out the focus topics and growing list of awards and mentors HERE 👉 https://eventornado.com/event/garage48-food-2022-23#home
In co-organization with Garage48, Estonian University of Life Sciences and Estonian Research Council, and in partnership with Polli Horticultural Research Centre, TFTAK, TalTech, BioCC, and Tartu Biotechnology Park (EIT Food), the second food technology hackathon will take place on 27-29th of January 2023 in Estonia. The event is also supported by Orkla.
WHERE AND HOW?
Garage48 Food hackathon 2022/23 on January 27-29 is an entirely ON-SITE event at the Estonian University of Life Sciences in Tartu.
PHYSICAL FOOD RELATED SOLUTIONS
Like said, 9 teams are already prototyping their edible products at the laboratories. These teams will bring their food product(s) to the hackathon to be tasted by the jury. At the hackathon, they have to create a business and marketing plan for the product, a concept for packaging and some branding, and a clickable prototype (a landing page). See the accepted food ideas on Eventornado and apply to join a team where your skills are needed!
SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT RELATED SOLUTIONS
Teams must develop a clickable prototype in 48 hours.
👉 Register and submit your software-based idea on EVENTORNADO.
- A pass for 1 team to Prototron 2023 spring programme.
- Entry to Tartu Science Park spring 2023 S2B incubation programme.
- Tickets to sTARTUp Day 2023.
- 15 hours of mentorship and 15 hours of lab time by TFTAK.
- Ten hours of one on one business mentoring from Tartu Business Advisory Services for 3 teams.
- Free merchant slot at Veganmess 2023.
- And of course, some tasty things – wine tour by Nudist Drinks, dinner at Fotografiska restaurant, ice cream from La Muu.
There’s more prizes to come so stay tuned!
To keep you on track with the ideas, we’ve developed focus topics that give you an insight into what is most relevant and needed in the food industry and where it’s heading soon so you’d come up with solutions with an actual potential output for the market.
- Bio and circular economy in food technology
- Smart food chain
- Food education
If your idea doesn’t fall under any of these categories, submit it anyway! We’re excited to see what you have in mind!
There are many options to bring the necessary people together! You can register as an individual or a team, with an idea or without on Eventornado.
18 January – software-related ideas submission deadline.
20 January – announcement of the software-related ideas that are accepted to enter the hackathon.
23 January – registration and team formation deadline around the selected ideas.
27 – 29 January – Garage48 Food 2022/23 hackathon. 48 hours of teamwork, mentoring, and prototyping!
👉 More information, registration, and idea submission on EVENTORNADO.
👉 For important updates, join the Facebook EVENT.
Participation in this event is supported by the European Union, European Regional Development Fund Estonian University of Life Sciences ASTRA Project “Value-chain based bioeconomy 2 “; Estonian Research Council via ResTA programme, and by EIT Food, Innovation Community of The European Institute of Innovation & Technology (EIT), which is an independent body of the European Union.