SoilValues develops or improves businessmodels for soil health. The main focus is on increasing awareness and knowledge about the potential soil-promoting practices and the role that everyone in the chain can or should play.
Enhancing soil health through values-based business models
The ultimate goal is to facilitate the transition to sustainable and resilient agricultural systems by developing improved public (policy) and private strategies (businessmodels, social innovations) that actually lower the threshold for farmers to change their production systems.Research approachUsing system analysis and behavioral economic analyses
Encouraging Farmers towards sustainable farming Systems through policy and business Strategies
Seminar on "business models in agriculture" provides inspiration for several sub-sectors
With the online seminar 'Verdienmodellen in de Vlaamse Landbouw' (‘BusinessModels in Flemish Agriculture’) and the currently under construction VerdienWijzer, ILVO contributes to the realization of the ambition to develop knowledge about earning models.
Businessmodels for profitable and resilient food systems
What is a businessmodel?
A businessmodel describes how a business makes money. It is a structured representation of the various facets that ultimately ensure that a business makes a profit. A businessmodel mainly contains answers to four questions: Who is my customer?