An article about the CRC’s latest Hackathon was featured in UWA’s Institute of Agriculture newsletter. In the article, PhD candidate Kenneth Ho shares his experience of the exciting event.
“I explored issues regarding the costs and conditions of acquiring some of the essential labels (such as country of origin, bioactivity ratings, Jarrah Association certification, Australian Manuka Association),” he shared.
“I also served as a consultant to the Hackathon teams and contributed to the development of potential business ideas.
“It was an eye opening experience for me to be exposed to the different proposed business ideas that can further value add to the honeybee industry.”
Click here to read the full article (Page 13).