Monday, 19 November 2018


Fruit Logistica invites companies to the first Start-up Day event, which will take place on February, 8, 2019 in conjunction with the leading trade fair for the global fresh produce trade. The focus theme will be "Disrupt Agriculture" and the application deadline is November, 19.  

On Friday, February, 8, Hall 9 will serve as a networking hub for start-ups and established companies across the value chain. The start-up area is the place to be for anyone interested in making contact and conducting business with start-up companies. Highlights include the Start-up Stage, where young enterprises present their pioneering business concepts, technologies and visions of the future.

All start-ups working on the development of smart solutions aimed at improving efficiency and sustainability in the fresh produce industry are invited to apply for Start-up Day. The main focus is on B2B business models and innovative technologies in the following fields: agtech, digital farming, crop science, postharvest technology, logistics/supply chain management, packaging and packing technology.

Start-up Day participation is free of charge. A final selection of applications will be made by Messe Berlin.

February, 6-8, companies from across the entire fresh produce sector – from global players to small and medium-sized companies and organizations from all over the world - will again be present in Berlin. The entire spectrum of the fresh fruit and vegetable sector will be present at Fruit Logistica. 

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