When selecting the priority will be in startups, working in the following 7 directions:
innovations in automation of industrial production and processes;
energy efficiency, green energy and waste management;
innovation in corporate governance;
end product innovation.
The project jury will select 10 participants, who will be given a 3-month course of agro-business, business and start-up experts. The strongest teams with developed solutions will be able to carry out pilot projects and test hypotheses based on MHP, will have access to resources, corporate expertise and mentor support from the leading specialists of the holding.
The finalists of the MHP accelerator program will be able to launch commercially in partnership with the agribusiness holding MHP and will be able to compete for the main prize - 300,000 hryvnias for further development of their solution.
"MHP is ready to provide the ground and become a locomotive in introducing business ideas that will lead the country to a qualitatively new level. We cooperate with Radar Tech and Agrohub, because we understand the importance of introducing innovative ideas in business and the complexity of their implementation without its support, "said Yuriy Kosyuk, chairman of the MHP agroholding board.
The head of MHP also emphasized that at the selection stage, not only applications from start-ups with ready-made, working prototypes will be considered, but also interesting, rational ideas that require development, testing and pilot launch.
For more information, please contact Ksenia Maslova, Communications Manager at Radar Tech, at firstname.lastname@example.org, tel .: +38 096 696 20 62.
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