The EIP-AGRI Service Point has prepared a Powerpoint presentation that you can use to inform your university colleagues or other multipliers about the EIP-AGRI. The presentation includes information on how the EIP-AGRI can help you speed up innovation in agriculture and forestry, and on how you can help the EIP-AGRI network.
Ready to inform others?
Please feel free to use this 18-slide powerpoint presentation to inform your colleagues about the EIP-AGRI.
The Powerpoint presentation also provides a standard text that you can use while showing the slides. The notes offer background information, allowing you to fully prepare for your presentation.
Tested, approved… and open to suggestions
This Powerpoint presentation was tested at a meeting at Wageningen University in the Netherlands in October 2014. Herman Schoorlemmer, researcher at Wageningen University & Research Centre said "Thanks to the presentation, my colleagues feel that the EIP-AGRI will have a positive effect on their way of working and on the relevance of research results for the agricultural sector. I believe that universities will definitely have added value in the EIP-AGRI." The presentation offers information for both 'new guys' as well as for more experienced people. Herman adds: "Though I'm already quite familiar with the EIP-AGRI I didn't know that there is an opportunity for Operational Groups to work together with different member states."
Should you have any feedback or further questions about this presentation, please let us know: firstname.lastname@example.org. We are open to suggestions for improvement.
Of course, if you give this presentation, we would be keen to be informed by email or a Twitter post (with picture?) mentioning @EIPAGRI_SP.
A different presentation?
If the Powerpoint presentation doesn’t match your purposes or if you don’t work for a university and you would like to have a dedicated presentation for a different type of organisation: please tell us and we will follow up on your request.
Download the Powerpoint presentation for universities or other multipliers: