The ENABLING project final conference was held on 13th November 2020 online as part of Europe’s largest agritech event EIMA in Italy.
Martin Collison spoke in an event on the Future Fens Adaptation strategy on the 16th October 2020. Martin spoke on the potential for improved water management to unlock economic growth in the Fens region, with a particular focus on the agri-food economy.
On 13th October LEP Chair Pat Doody, Deputy Chair Sarah Louise Fairburn, Chief Executive Ruth Carver and agrifood advisor Martin Collison, visited the Humber Seafood Cluster with Lincolnshire County Council Chief Executive Debbie Barnes and Karen Seal of the Inward Investment team.
Martin Collison spoke at the Education in the Age of Industry 4.0: Industry- Academic Collaboration Conference at the University of Lincoln on Monday 29th July 2019 on behalf of the EU SKIN project.
From early May to early July George Collison was based in Changsha, Hunan Province in China on behalf of Lincolnshire County Council and partners to explore the potential for agrifood, technology and related trade and exchange.
EU Enabling project partners Lynn and Tom Collison of Collison Associates (pictured on the left), worked with the Biovoices Project and the BioLadies Network to run a workshop on 2nd July 2019 at the John Innes Centre, Norwich Research Park, to look at the barriers and opportunities to develop new bio-based materials from crops.
Water Resources East (WRE) held its firts major event in Norfolk and Suffolk on 1st July 2019 which attracted over 70 people from a wide range of organisations.
Martin Collison spoke on behalf of the EU SKIN project at the EFFAT and Food and Drink Europe workshop in Bologna, Italy on 3rd and 4th June 2019.
Lynn and Tom Collison attended the ENABLING project meeting in Dublin on 28th and 29th May 2019 to look at innovation in the use of bio-based materials.