While blockchain is transforming business models, productivity, competitiveness and growth, blockchain adoption for food supply chains are still in an early stage. So too is the education sector in the preparation for the next-generation digital-ready workforce. The OECD tell us that only 38% of education providers are at the forefront of adopting innovations, new knowledge or methods. The education of future food industry leaders is at an unprecedented juncture. The higher educators need to be empowered to unlock the power of Blockchain for their agrifood student population, while also providing leadership for industry players in their regions. Academics and lecturers in HEI from facilities of agribusiness, food science and engineering, and nutrition departments play an important role as they carry the responsibility of educating and training the future workforce in a way that allows them to successfully meet the requirements of the job market.
- The Slovak University of Agriculture - SUA (Lead Partner)
- Czech University of Life Sciences Prague
- Momentum marketing services Ltd.
- FH Münster University of Applied Sciences
- European E-learning Institute
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