From development challenge to profitable business.
Applied chain economics is the subject of Agriterra’s 3rd Maurits House Convention and addresses key challenges for sustainable supply chains in emerging markets and the role of app developers. Join us at the Maurits House Convention to transform development challenges in profitable businesses!
Consumers are more demanding than ever. They want traceability of products and social responsibility of companies. Buyers need quality, stable supplies and outreach to thousands of smallholder farmers. Chain collaboration is paramount. Digitization of services and information holds the promise to be part of the solution. Yet, the threshold for upscaling applications is too high. Applied Chain Economics aims to address these challenges.
Agriterra invites you to the Maurits House Convention ‘Beyond the blockchain‘ to shake-up your brains, to think about future trends and technologies and to look into what it can mean for your company’s business. The workshops will take a deep dive into the chains of potatoes, coffee and fruits and vegetables.
12:30-13:00 Doors open
13:00 – 13:30 Welcome by moderator Helen Kranstauber (Food Cabinet)
Introduction by Kees Blokland (Agriterra) and and reflection by Hans Docter (Director for Sustainable Economic Development – Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs).
13:30 – 14:00 Future Wake-Up call by the Fountainheads
14:00 – 14:45 Panel discussion: Marieke de Ruijter de Wildt (Founder at The Fork), Michaël Wilde (Sustainability & communications manager at EOSTA)
14:45 – 15:00 Break
15:00 – 16:30 Hackathon sprint sessions
16:30 – 17:00 Round up
17:00 – 18:00 Drinks
The Maurits House Convention targets internationally operating Agro & Food companies (especially involved in potatoes, vegetables, fruit and coffee) and IT specialist that develop apps and other solutions for this sector. More information about the programme and the workshops will follow, but because of limited availability, please sign up using the button below.