Partnership Agreement, the constitutive document for the Food In Eco Network (FoodNet Meta-cluster) is already prepared and has been uploaded to our project website. It will help all organizations interested to join our Partnership to achieve clear and complete information on the cluster’s mission, vision, strategic goals, its legal form, membership options, the organisation of the work, decision making and authorities of the FoodNet organisation as well as financing aspects.

FOODNET PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT

Read more FOODNET Partnership Agreement available on our website !!!

Nearly 80 participants attended the 1st FoodNet Conference which has been held in beautiful, picturesque interior of Lodz Special Economic Zone (Łódzka Specjalna Strefa Ekonomiczna), on Thursday, 15th of November, in Łódź, Poland. Representative persons of business and supporting institutions of Polish logistics branch had a great opportunity to express their knowledge, experience and expectations related to the future development of their sector. And, moreover, to matchmake and increase business contacts with their foreign partners.

Mrs. Małgorzata Walczak-Gomuła, President of Board in LODZistics Cluster (FoodNet coordinating partner) is signing the MoU document

Read more Success of 1st FoodNet Conference

We have a pleasure to promote the project FoodNet (and LODZistics cluster, its coordinating partner) during 6th International Transport & Logistics Exhibition in Warsaw, on 6 -8/11/2018. This is the biggest expo&fair event in the area of logistics in Poland – and we encourage all visitors of our booth to take part in 1st FoodNet…

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