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Workshops – Oslo: Finding Sustainable Economic Models in Urban Agriculture

Workshop Series - Oslo: Finding Sustainable Economic Models in Urban Agriculture As part of the EU’s Horizon 2020 EdiCitNet project, Nabolagshager, in collaboration with the Municipality of Oslo: Agency for Urban Environment (Bymiljøetaten), are proud to offer a...

Local Buzz Community Supported Beekeeping (CSB)

We are initiating Norway’s first Community Supported Beekeeping (CSB) scheme! Our ambition is to build a community around sustainable beekeeping and honey production in Oslo. We have been practicing urban beekeeping at Tak for Maten, an award winning rooftop farm at...

Die essbare Stadt: Initiativen und Gründungsteams erfolgreich in der Region etablieren

Online-Workshop: 23. Juni 2021, 12:30 bis 15:30 Uhr, Zoom Immer mehr Menschen produzieren, verkaufen und verteilen Nahrung in der Stadt und stärken somit den sozialen Zusammenhalt sowie lokale Ökosysteme. Auch in Städten wie Berlin, Koblenz, Andernach und weltweit...

Einladung: Online-Workshop: Finanzierungsmodelle und strategische Entscheidungsträger in deiner Stadt

Online-Workshop: 15. Juni 2021, 12:30 bis 15:30 Uhr, Zoom Immer mehr Menschen produzieren, verkaufen und verteilen Nahrung in der Stadt und stärken somit den sozialen Zusammenhalt sowie lokale Ökosysteme. In Berlin und weltweit wurden bereits viele Konzepte der...

Get To Know The EdiCitNet Business Consulting Team

Get To Know The EdiCitNet Business Consulting Team Main members of the EdiCitNet Business Consulting team are experts from Humboldt University of Berlin, from the Norwegian SME Nabolagshager, and from the Borderstep Institute in Berlin. The team is supported by...

What can the marketplace offer your business or initiative?

We believe that urban agriculture can greatly contribute to create more resilient and self-supporting local economies and thereby also play a vital role in the recovery from the current crisis. As a part of our EdiCitNet project, we are in the process of establishing...
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The EdiCitNet Marketplace is a digital, common platform for entrepreneurs and initiatives creating solutions for urban food systems all across the globe. Our goal is to connect Edible City Solutions (ECS), entrepreneurs, institutions, NGOs and other third parties at the local, regional and global level to enable global knowledge sharing, scalability, replicability, and to create complimentary collaborations with other enterprises worldwide.

What can the marketplace offer your business?

  • Collaborative networking: roundtables, working groups, and workshops curated based on your needs
  • Expertise: support from experts to develop your ECS products/services further
  • Promotion: a global platform to highlight your ECS services and products to find your target consumers and partners
  • Free business consultation: a tailor-made professional consulting service based on the maturity, position in value chain, needs, scalability, replicability of your business

Join our ECS community and let your idea grow

This platform enables knowledge sharing, partner search and the creation of local networks. Offer your products and services and be part of a growing edible cities movement.

Learn more about the value chain of Edible City Solutions

Value-cain

Learn more about the process of setting up a successful ECS business in the GROWING JOBS IN AGRICULTURE PLAYBOOK.

EdiCitNet Information & Consent Sheets

Here you will find the EdiCitNet Information Sheet and the Informed Consent Sheet, which must be filled in and signed before participating in the EdiCitNet project.

Here you will find the EdiCitNet Information Sheet and the Consent Form for Legal Representatives if you are participating in the project on behalf of another person who needs a legal representative.

Here you will find the EdiCitNet Information Sheet and the Consent Sheet to collection, secondary use and publication of your personal data in accordance with current data protection guidelines.

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