The third transnational meeting of the project "Safe Digital Marketing for Agripreneurs – DIGIAGRIMARK (nr. 2020-1-TR01-KA204-094469)", supported by the Turkish National Agency, within the scope of Erasmus+ (KA2- Strategic Partnerships for Adult Education) and implemented by the coordination of Aydın Governorship (EU and Foreign Relations Bureau), was held in Huelva, Spain, between 27-28 June 2022.
Total 18 people from the project partners, Aydın Governorship (EU and Foreign Relations Bureau), Aydın Provincial Directorate of Agriculture and Forestry, Aydın Adnan Menderes University, Söke Agricultural Production Enterprise and the Directorate of Agricultural Extension and In-Service Training Center (TAYEM), Social Impact and Innovative Education Association (SOYED), Institute of Entrepreneurship Development (IED- Greece), Baldaque &, Alves da Silva, Lda (NEWTIE- Portugal), Inercia Digital SL (Spain), European Grants International Academy SRL (EGInA- Italy), participated to the meeting hosted by Inercia Digital (Spain).
The project aims to contribute to digitalisation in agriculture and so improving the economic and environmental sustainability of the agricultural sector through improving farmers' digital marketing skills with digital safety & security.
On the first day, the program started with welcoming speech by Inercia Digital and continued with the review and evaluation of the project activities carried out and remaining. Within the scope of IO2 (E-Learning Platform, Modules and Training/Learning Materials), Lecture notes and interactive files prepared by the project partners in line with the Curriculum "Digital Marketing and Digital Security for Agricultural Entrepreneurs" were evaluated.
On the second day, main topics and contents of the “Agripreneur's Safe Digital Marketing Guidebook and the Toolbox for Safe Digital Marketing Strategy for Agripreneurs” were analysed through workshop. The meeting continued with task sharing, review of the project's implementation rules, evaluation of the dissemination activities, and ended with the implementation of the evaluation questionnaires of the meeting.