Cool video stories for Interreg Slam
Two North Sea Region projects selected for the Project Interreg Slam have produced short video stories as part of the contest.
We proudly present the videos telling the core stories of two very different projects!
Inno-Quarter helps young entrepreneurs to succeed by facilitating them to test their products and services at festivals. The project applies in the category Youth.
SalFar responds to the growing scarcity of fresh water and the role of agriculture in water consumption. Agriculture itself is threatened by salinisation of soils due to climate change and rising seas. Saline farming could be a major part of the answer to reducing the pressure on fresh water and keeping up food production. SalFar is applying in the category Greener Europe.
Based on the videos produced by 30 candidates, a jury will now select six projects to go on to the final stage in Brussels during the EU Week of Regions and Cities.
A big thank you to Interact for organising this event supporting projects to tell their stories in a clear and compelling way. We wish Inno-Quarter and SalFar good luck!