In September 2020 Innovarum finished the update of its website. This update was a meditated decision that had following goals:
Renew our online presence
Building upon the colours and ideas that have defined the brand and the company since its opening, we have created an updated webpage version with new elements. This change helps us unify our messages and content, building a renewed and dynamic online presence.
Innovarum opened its first webpage in 2017 and designed it around the colours and ideas represented by Innovarum’s logo:
The icon of the logo has 3 vegetables that represent the agri-food sector: an artichoke (green), a carrot (orange), and a drop of wine (red velvet). These 3 elements are combined to build an icon that represents Innovarum´s identity and core mission: foster innovation in the agri-food sector.
Altogether, the new webpage seeks to renew, dynamize, and better represent the current activity of the company and the experience acquired since it opened, while maintaining the core values and aspects that make Innovarum.
Present new content updated to Innovarum´s current activity
Since Innovarum started its activity in 2013, its range of activity has evolved. Thanks to its experiences across different EU projects in the bioeconomy and the agri-food sector, Innovarum has become an active innovation agent.
In other words, Innovarum works now to provide a wider range of services. For example, proposal writing – our core initial activity-, project management support, responsibilities as Dissemination and Communication partner, development of technical activities (complex feasibly and market studies) or training courses.
In other words, Innovarum can have different roles as an innovation agent in the bioeconomy.
Create new easier structures for our visitors
For our visitors to better understand our full range of activities and resources available, the structure of the webpage has also been updated, making relevant content easer to access.
Additionally, we decided that the launching of the new webpage was also the right time for the launching of a new and free informative service: our newsletter. Our newsletter delivers information on topics of interest to our users and viewers: bioeconomy, agri-food industry, EU projects, H2020, Green Deal, Horizon Europe, sectorial events, and news related to Innovarum.
Subscribe now! The end of 2020 and the beginning of 2021 is going to be a period defined by the end of Horizon 2020, the Green Deal Call, and the start of Horizon Europe, ¡do not miss a thing! We are looking forward to connecting with you.
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