COVID-19, food industry, circular economy and business competitiveness: these are the hot topics of the ENISIE agenda!
ENISIE Recovery Point
Always attentive to the needs of companies and active to find solutions capable of supporting them in facing the Covid-19 crisis, ENISIE has developed a Recovery Point, a free help desk that aims to offer support to businesses that have suffered losses or are facing difficulties related to the Covid-19 pandemic.
A tool that will allow us even more to stand by companies and accompany them in submitting requests to access credit instruments (banks, subsidies, tenders) and help them to enhance their real strengths and overcome critical issues.
Conceived and created by Impact Hub Siracusa and Tree srl within the Enisie project, the Recovery Point will be officially presented on Monday 9 November at 6 pm during a LIVE broadcast on the Facebook page @ProgettoEnisie. Speakers will be Rosario Sapienza, President of Impact Hub and Antonio Perdichizzi, CEO of Tree.
The Recovery Point will be active immediately on our site for Sicilian companies and then extend its functions to companies operating in Maltese territory.
Competitiveness of profit and non-profit organizations and start-ups in the cross-border area: a survey by the Interreg Italy-Malta Cooperation Program
So that the priorities identified by the INTERREG Italy Malta Cooperation Program – European territorial cooperation program financed by the European Regional Development Fund in order to foster growth and socio-economic cohesion within the cross-border area – correspond to the real needs of the socio-economic context of reference and to decline the latter in light of the impact that the recent Covid-19 pandemic has had on the reference context also in the new programming cycle 2021-2027, it is of crucial importance to collect real information and data from profit companies, non-profit and start-ups in the Sicilian and Maltese territory.
This is why we invite you to participate in this short survey by dedicating a few minutes to completing the online questionnaire “Competitiveness of profit and non-profit organizations and start-ups in the cross-border area of the Italy-Malta Program“.
The questionnaire is anonymous and any publications / reports deriving from the survey will be made in aggregate form and such that it cannot be traced in any way to the name of the company.
Join us for the new edition of the Challenge Lab EIT Food!
To stimulate new collaborative solutions to the challenges of our times on the issues of nutrition, regenerative agriculture and the circular economy, Impact Hub Siracusa (partner ENISIE) in collaboration with EIT Food (an independent body of the European Union that moves in parallel with the Horizon 2020 program on specific issues including Food) and with the support of Enisie, launches Challenge Lab EIT Food 2020, an 11-day online challenge through collaboration and co-design aimed at connecting all the elements of the agri-food chain in the process of change and sustainable production and contribute to developing localized economies to ensure greater resilience, from a territorial and environmental point of view.
The Challenge with the call for solutions launched on November 3rd will be active for 1 month it will be open to all those who want to propose their own project or project idea and respond with new innovative and high-impact solutions.