We are inviting you to the REAMIT Networking Symposium on 9th Jan 2020 focusing on minimising food waste in agribusiness supply chains, across North West Europe.
The symposium is arranged by Nottingham Trent University, who are partners in the project. This is being organised as part of the large European project (www.reamit.eu) funded by the Interreg NWE programme.
This Symposium is aimed at Agribusiness stakeholders, IoT practitioners, Academics and those from the Agri-food supply chains.
Our speakers will include some of our project partners, namely Dunbia (IR), Levstone (UK) & Images & Reseaux (FR) as well as our Project Lead, Prof. Ram Ramanathan from the University of Bedfordshire, will be conducting a brainstorm workshop . A full agenda and more details will be available soon.
This event is an opportunity for those who want to:
A two course lunch and refreshments will be provided throughout the event. Please let us know if you have any specific dietary requirements.
We have reserved limited accommodation available at the Crowne Plaza hotel, which is most convenient also being the event venue. The set rate is £109 per night, inc. breakfast.
Please let us know if you require accommodation and we will provide you with further details. This hotel requires a minimum of 6 weeks’ notice for booking prior to the event, so it must be booked as soon as possible.
Transportation & Travel Details:
Please click on this link for details on travelling to this venue. Parking is available on site.
If you have any queries, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 0115 848 3065.
Prof Usha Ramanathan
REAMIT Communication Lead
REAMIT Communication Manager
Nottingham Business School – Nottingham Trent University
Direct Line: +44 (0)115 848 3065
Régis Del Frate
REAMIT is a project funded by Interreg NWE, Improving Resource Efficiency of Agribusiness supply chains by Minimising waste using Big Data and IoT sensors. This project will bring food, logistics and technology sectors together to achieve food waste reduction in North West Europe region. REAMIT involves five countries namely United Kingdom, Ireland, France, Germany and Netherlands. This project ends in June 2022.