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26.02.2019 Frankfurt, Deutschland
3rd European Chemistry Partnering
New customers. New partners. More turn-over. A productive day: More than 500 decision makers attended the 2nd European Chemistry Partnering. The enthusiastic participants came from large organizations as well as investors, from small and medium-sized enterprises, and above all from young companies and chemical start-ups who often find it difficult to engage with the larger companies.

505 participants representing 31 nations from Europe and other innovative countries from four continents came together. Professional short presentations, pre-arranged meetings and the informal pre-event evening gathering created numerous opportunities for contacts. More than 1,200 meetings were arranged. Chemistry, industrial biotechnology, digitization, nanotechnology – many ways to broaden horizons!

The European Chemistry Partnering is international and interdisciplinary.

“Most productive day of the year“, and Michael Brandkamp said after the first ECP Summer Summit in September 2018 in Düsseldorf: “The ECP is a great marketplace” said Michael Brandkamp, Managing Director of High-Tech Gründerfonds, in his opening speech at the first ECP Summer Summit, and added: “We have an unimaginable density of Start-ups in Europe. Here at the ECP, their innovative strength becomes permanently transparent for the first time. And all of us, young growth companies, investors as well as industrial enterprises, need dialog in such an international competitive environment more urgently than ever”.

15.05.2019 - 16.05.2019 Köln, Deutschland
12th International Conference on Bio-based Materials (BMC)

Evolution of the Bioeconomy: Survival of the Fittest? Learning from Success.
Despite the harsh environment, a few innovative companies find markets for their new bio-based building blocks, chemicals and polymers. We will introduce you to the technology leaders our planet needs for a sustainable future.
Today, PLA is produced by two leading companies, bio-based PBS has become commercially available and soon the first bio-based PP will enter the market while bio-based PE production capacities are expanded at the same time. Bio-based polymers can be found in almost all application sectors, such as packaging, consumer goods, toys, automotive, textiles or coating. New bio-based building blocks are also available for body care, cosmetics, food ingredients and pharmaceuticals. On top of that, more and more biogenic side streams from the food industry are utilised via biotechnology as part of the circular bioeconomy.
Every year the Innovation Award “Bio-based Material of the Year” is given to the most innovative material and product on the market. In 2019, six companies will be nominated by an expert jury, out of which the winner will be chosen during the conference. Join one of the biggest B2B events of the year and experience the most exciting new developments and strategies in bioeconomy.


 

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