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F&BKP newsletter September 2017 (#05)

F&BKP Newsletter 5, September 06, 2017
September 6, 2017 By: F&BKP Office Image: F&BKP Office

In the September newsletter of the Food & Business Knowledge Platform (F&BKP) readers are invited to nominate candidates for the Agrofood Broker of the Year 2017 Award. Furthermore, the newsletter refers to learning reviews, studies, workshops, reports and events related to Food and Nutrition Security (FNS).

The nomination round for the Agrofood Broker of the Year 2017 award is open! Until Tuesday October 17, anyone can nominate a professional who has undertaken significant brokering activities in 2016/2017. In November, the public can vote for one of the three final candidates selected by the jury, via an open online poll. The winner will be awarded during the “Food & Business Research – Policy Dialogue Conference” on December 1.

Professionals are also encouraged to browse the Knowledge Portal, which provides carefully selected Food and Nutrition Security items focusing on newly obtained knowledge, interesting developments and good practices. The Platform invites professionals to contribute to the Portal by forwarding relevant items, such as reports, briefs, toolkits and articles that they come across in their professional work. If interested, professionals can also subscribe to our email alerts to receive monthly notifications on specific topics of the Knowledge Portal.

To continuously inform interested professionals on what is happening within the Platform, the F&BKP social media channels Twitter and Facebook are daily updated.

Please follow this link to the September 2017 newsletter of the Platform; enjoy the read!

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