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PRE-HLB project’s website has been nominated for EURid Awards

By hlb-editor | June 15, 2020 | Event and News, News | 0 comments

EURid Awards
The voting process of the online competition is open until the 5th of August

 

PRE-HLB website has been nominated for the 2020th edition of EURid Awards. The competition, launched in 2014, is designed to acknowledge the best websites using the .eu, ею or .ευ extensions in five dynamic categories: Leaders, Rising Stars, Laurels, House of .EU and Better World.

PRE-HLB competes in the Laurels category, which is for websites that that represent educational institutions, charitable organizations or pan European projects.

According to the organizers, the main goal of these awards is to enhance the visibility of hundreds of beautiful, innovative and impactful websites, which are created to disseminate and communicate the achievements of the European research and development projects.

The EURid Awards voting process opened on the 1st of April and it will be running until the 5th of August. Anyone can participate and vote for free to the nominees through the website of this online European competition.

Once the voting process is closed, the 3 nominees with more votes will become the finalists of the current Edition. The fortunate ones will be announced on the 1st of September and they will become candidates to the final prize that includes a billboard advertising campaign or a customised video.

This nomination represents a recognition  for PRE-HLB (Preventing HLB epidemics for ensuring citrus survival in Europe), an initiative aimed to develop and implement a holistic contingency plan to protect the citrus sector in the EU from HLB disease drivers and to co-create new solutions to manage the disease through a multidisciplinary approach and in collaboration with experienced partners from America and Asia.

The project, backed by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Programme, is led by a strong and complementary consortium, including 20 partners from 8 European countries.

The interdisciplinary profiles of the partners offer an appropriate balance covering the entire value chain and diverse fields required in the project.

Do not hesitate, vote for us, and help us to accelerate European energy transition!

 

 

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