Call for applications: EIT Food Seedbed Mentors

We are looking for motivated mentors that are passionate about transforming the food system and keen to support aspiring entrepreneurs and start-ups at the start of their entrepreneurial journey. We are particularly keen to attract mentors who have been involved in a start-up environment who can provide valuable support and guidance
Application Deadline in a month
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The goal of the Seedbed programme is to boost the entrepreneurial spirit of aspiring entrepreneurs and intrapreneurs in the food system and support them on their customer discovery journey. Mentors will be expected to:
  • Attend two days of the Bootcamp in order to receive mentor training; hear about the team’s ideas; and connect with your team
  • Offer approx. 1 hour per week of 1:1 mentoring to the team from June-November (total 25hours). This can be face to face, by Skype, phone or email.
  • Attend the Options Pitch Training day and Final Pitch event in November
 
WHAT'S IN IT FOR MENTORS?
  • Receive up to €2,500 for reimbursement of travel and expenses
  • Work with the innovators of tomorrow
  • Stay up to date with industry trends
  • Professional satisfaction and development
  • Expand your professional networks
  • New opportunities with start-ups and within the EIT Food network
  • Showcase your organisation
 
WHAT ARE WE LOOKING FOR IN A MENTOR?
 
We are looking for motivated mentors that are passionate about transforming the food system and keen to support aspiring entrepreneurs and start-ups at the start of their entrepreneurial journey. We are particularly keen to attract mentors who have been involved in a start-up environment who can provide valuable support and guidance
 
Application deadline: April 1st, 2020
 
Source: EIT Food

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