Bilbao, Spain, Hosts European SME Week Celebrating Entrepreneurship and Innovation
Tabit, one of the leading agricultural technology companies in Europe and nominated for the EEPA award from Turkey by KOSGEB, won a special mention at the prestigious European Enterprise Promotion Awards (EEPA) for its Smart Village Project. The Smart Village project is the first Smart Village to incorporate agricultural technologies and IoT applications developed for family farmers around the world. This award recognizes Tabit's excellence in innovation and entrepreneurship and its significant contribution to the agricultural sector.
European SME Week 2023 took place in the vibrant city of Bilbao from November 13 to 17 and served as a platform for SMEs and young entrepreneurs to meet. This event offered a unique opportunity for small and medium-sized enterprises in Europe to connect with potential partners and investors and learn about the latest trends and technologies in their sector. Tabit achieved great success with its Smart Village project at this important event.
"We are very proud to win this prestigious award. Our Smart Village project is an example of how innovation and technology can be brought together in the agriculture sector. This project is designed as a step towards adopting sustainable agricultural practices and increasing agricultural productivity for farmers around the world. This award recognizes our team's efforts and commitment to this project."
The Smart Village project offers an innovative approach that is shaping the future of agriculture. Combining IoT technologies, data analytics and digital agriculture applications, it offers farmers opportunities to increase productivity, utilize resources more sustainably and increase their income.
In the future, Tabit says it will continue to innovate more in the agriculture sector and work to improve the quality of life for farmers. This award of the Smart Village project has once again proven Tabit's commitment and leadership in this field, operating in the Middle East, Africa and the Turkic Republics.