The AgriSpin project aimed at examining the practice of innovation today by answering questions such as: How does the European farmer seek information and support? What competencies does he expect of his adviser? What kind of support system is in place today? By doing so, AgriSpin intends to uncover best cases for innovation and identify the type of innovation support system that makes for the most optimal innovation process.
To ensure that the knowledge accumulated in the project is disseminated to as many stakeholders as possible, AgriSpin worked towards creating a powerful European network among advisers, researchers, organisational experts and innovation companies.
By establishing a strong innovation network between the partners of the AgriSpin project as well as reaching out to European agricultural networks, innovation networks, EU-funded innovation projects and to politicians, on a European, regional and national level, AgriSpin hopes to contribute to a strengthened innovation effort in European agriculture.