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Agri-Food Tech Globaliser

Agricultural innovations are necessary to combat some of the biggest challenges the world faces today. The sector provides great opportunities and is critical to the world's well-being. This was already the third edition of the Agri-Food Tech Globaliser.

Together with our partner at the Ministry of Agriculture, Nature and Food Quality, this Globaliser programme offered the chance to create a solid international strategy with practical and proven tools, tailored guidance and the support of experts and peers.

Sep, 2021 - Dec, 2021
The Netherlands
€3.000
how does it work?

A 12-week programme

INTRODUCTION

KICK-OFF

Fill 63
Get to know your fellow participants
Fill 63
Scan of internationalisation bottlenecks


Phase 1

MARKET OPPORTUNITY

Fill 63
Comparing and selecting target markets
Fill 63
Market Opportunity Analysis (Attractiveness and Fit)
Fill 63
Data validation
TOOL: DBC CANVAS & MO ANALYSIS TOOL
Phase 2

GO-TO-MARKET STRATEGY

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Create lean GTM Strategies for target markets
Fill 63
People & Partner strategy
Fill 63
Value Proposition & Localisation
TOOL: DBC CANVAS & VALIDATION PYRAMID
Phase 3

BUILDING THE BUSINESS CASE

Fill 63
Organisational structure and setup
Fill 63
Relative cost comparison
Fill 63
Budgeting for internationalisation
Fill 63
Building international roadmap
TOOL: DBC CANVAS & MOCO ANALYSIS TOOL
D-DAY

ASSEMBLING THE ROADMAP

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Validated target market
Fill 63
Validated GTM Strategy for market
Fill 63
Scalable organisational structure
Fill 63
Clear action list to start international expansion
TOOL: INTERNATIONAL
ROADMAP

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frequently asked questions

The programme is filled with plenary sessions with industry experts, coaching and peer-to-peer learning. We tailor the sessions to your needs. After the programme, you will have: A structured & validated approach in growing internationally, validated target market(s), Go-to-Market strategy for identified market(s) and a solid international roadmap for practical guidance on the next steps to take.

The bulk of the programme is financed by our partners. We ask for a commitment fee from participants of €3000.

Next to the 5 plenary sessions, expect a time investment of five to eight hours every week on homework, coaching sessions and preparation work. We always recommend participating in the programme with (at least) 1 colleague, so you can divide the workload and have a discussion partner.

While it might be that you do not have the exact same technology or product as other participants, it is more than likely that your companies have a lot of similar aspects and can learn a lot from each other. You could help each other because you have the same target customer, look at similar potential partners or have similar technology.

Learn lessons from:

Jan Aleman
Founder & CEO
Servoy
Joris van Winsen
Founder
Labfolder
Bart Houlleberghs
Founder
Type22
Pieter Aarts
Co-founder & CEO
Nucleoo
Benjamin Pomerantz
Founder
Pocket Media
Marc Jellema
CEO & Co-founder
Tom Kabinet
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