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Together Krinova and DTU Skylab merges our different competences into a full dedicated 2-step food hack. Join both hacks in January and May for the best effect - or just come to one or the other. Hack#1 at Krinova focuses at concepts and ideas and hack#2 at DTU Skylab you can develop your concept further and make prototypes. When you register for the hack#1 in January, you will get discount code for hack#2 (800 SEK for both hacks) and information where to register.
A Food Hack is an innovation competition where large and small food producers, food entrepreneurs, researchers, students and other people with food interest or profession come together to hack food challenges in the spirit of open innovation. It is also an international event that builds a community and network, which makes the hack a neutral venue where students and large and small companies can come together to create solutions to challenges related to food production and consumption.
We think you should join the competition and stay for the whole weekend to maximize the fun and be part of building the future of food! You can also choose just to come for the networking mingle on Friday afternoon and listen to the ideas being pitched. Or you can join us on the Sunday for the demo hour to see the amazing results:
- Trend spotting/mingle & food - Friday afternoon FREE
- General registration - Friday-Sunday SEK 500 SEK + administration fee
- Demo hour, prize-giving ceremony - Sunday FREE
Register: Besides the opportunity to participate in a very exciting hackathon, make new friends and build the future of sustainable foods, the registration fee also includes:
- Food, Drink, Snacks and Fruit throwout the whole weekend
- Overnight accommodation (dorm) at Krinova. Don't forget to bring a bedroll and sleeping bag!
- AND PRIZES (SEK 50,000) for the winners!
Follow the Facebook group "Greater CPH Food Hack by Krinova & DTU Skylab"
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