The CCRI’s Bryonny Goodwin-Hawkins, Damian Maye and Daniel Keech will be presenting an online seminar on the 26th of January.

The seminar will explore new thinking about the Foundational Economy. The Foundational Economy has the potential to be used in promoting inclusive and sustainable regional development. The idea is already being used to develop public sector procurement policies that help support local businesses in the agri-food sector.

Bryonny, Damian and Dan will draw on their research in the Horizon 2020 ROBUST project, and explain how they’ll be continuing to work on the Foundational Economy as part of the new National Innovation Centre for Rural Enterprise (NICRE).

The seminar is hosted by WISERD, the Wales Institute of Social and Economic Research and Data. More information and details on how to register can be found on the WISERD website:
https://wiserd.ac.uk/events/wiserd-online-lunchtime-seminar-foundational-economy-rural-urban-perspective-reflections

You can follow Bryonny and Damian on Twitter, as well as the activities of NICRE & the ROBUST project.

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