Today is the time to take action for nature. Migros Ticaret AS invites young talents to talk about the future.
One of the most important barriers to modern agricultural practices is to adapt farmers to technology. While technology is developing, including agriculture, adaption to use new generation technologies limits progress in this area. Migros Ticaret AS try to find young talents that promise solutions to this problem. They are ready to listen to any solution that will facilitate sustainable agricultural practices and farmers' adaptation to technology. Together with global partners FAO and EBRD, you are welcome innovative ideas from all over the world.
Migros Ticaret AS main focus is “Engage farmers in making use of technology to support sustainable farming.” If you have any ideas, you can apply to our call.
The 3 finalists will be hosted in Turkey and have the opportunity to visit the agricultural lands in Turkey and meet the local farmers, entrepreneurs and professionals. Share your opinion now to take advantage of this unique experience and be a part of a Hackathon that will have a global impact.
The challenge includes these questions:
FAO, one of the affiliated organizations of the United Nations, supports global food and agriculture policies globally. And the EBRD is a leading agribusiness private sector investor in the countries where they operate.
Their main focus is to modernise the agribusiness sector and help companies, investing in a sustainable, responsible and innovative way. With the support of these 2 global institutions, Turkey's leading retailer, Migros Ticaret A.Ş. has organized a hackathon on technology adaptation, one of the main problems for local farmers in Turkey.
Workshops will be held during the entire process, led by the technical partner Tandemic and the hackathon will be completed physically in Turkey.
Applications will remain open until December 11, 2022. You can apply the hackathon in groups of at least 2 people. In December 2022, 9 project groups will be selected from all applications. 9 project groups will be accepted into the hackathon process. The workshops will take place online and will last for 3 weeks. At the end of the hackathon, 3 project owner teams will be selected and hosted in Turkey in February 2023.
3 finalists to be selected at the end of the hackathon will be entitled to experience in Turkey. In this process, they will examine the agricultural lands in Turkey and have the chance to see modern practices in place.
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