It’s finally here!!!!
The 2015 Thought for Food Summit takes place today and Tech4Agri will be there live! The event is held in Lisbon, Portugal a beautiful city with rich culture, and food that serves as a prominent hub for entrepreneurship & innovation.
Meet the finalists
Hundreds of teams from universities all around the world entered the TFF Challenge, each diverse, motivated and brave enough to tackle the challenge of “How to feed 9 billion people by the year 2050?” Can you imagine the ingenuity coming out of such a competition!
From improving post harvest losses with the use of thermochromic and hydrochromic labels to an alternative meat product derived from insects; from roof top and vertical farming to community action and cooperative skill development these teams have applied science, technology, communication and simple innovation to create amazing ideas that can certainly contribute to solving this global problem of food availability and access.
Following their hard work the finalist teams had a stellar bootcamp where they developed their ideas even futher and practiced their eventual live pitch which will be held on the second day of the summit. The best to them all! View their projects at the TFF Website.
Meet the participants
Of course those who participated in the competition were welcomed to join the event and so too were all interested in making a difference. We the participants would like to thank the TFF team in advance for putting the competition and even together.
Ambassadors from the past TFF challenges and first time participants hail from all corners; India, Uganda, USA, Bangladesh, Trinidad and Tobago, Sweden, the Netherlands, the UK and the list goes on and on!
This much interaction, networking development and comradery does nothing but motivate the young professional to go after their own goals and dreams while still contributing to issues that matter. Our TFF Community has grown even with the summit still to come.
#TFFsummit – TFF inspires new ideas and bold approaches to tackle the world’s food issues. http://www.tffchallenge.com.