The BioRural annual project meeting held in Rome, Italy, on 9-10 October, brought together representatives from all our 19 partner organizations for a two-day event, marking an important opportunity for connections, discussions and planning of our next steps. Let’s go through the meeting’s highlights, key activities and outcomes of this important gathering!
Day 1: Kicking Off the Meeting
The first day’s agenda included an overview of the BioRural project, an assessment of the results achieved in the first year, and discussions on the upcoming steps for the next six months. The dedication and enthusiasm of all participants set a positive tone for the event!
Day 2: Wrapping Up with Success
The second day of the BioRural annual project meeting was equally eventful! Multiple discussions, captivating presentations, and the presentation of significant project results from the first year took center stage. The partners also engaged in planning sessions to chart the course for the upcoming years. It was a two-day marathon of collaborative efforts aimed at advancing the circular bioeconomy.
Reuniting and Connecting
One of the most valuable aspects of the BioRural annual project meeting was the opportunity for all partner organizations to reunite and connect with each other. In the age of digital communication, face-to-face interactions are more important than ever. The physical gathering in Rome allowed participants to strengthen their connections, share insights, and foster a sense of unity!
The BioRural project is poised for an exciting journey in the coming years. With the momentum generated during the annual project meeting, the partners are well-equipped to address the challenges and opportunities in the field of circular bioeconomy. The lessons learned and strategies discussed during the meeting will guide the project’s future endeavors. The dedication, enthusiasm, and collaborative spirit of the partner organizations are the driving force of the next years of implementation!
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