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Seminar: Market Consultation and Research in Public Procurement
Market consultation is a powerful and efficient procedure to maximise value for money in public procurement. The latest EU procurement directives specifically encourage and allow early engagement between procurement officers and suppliers in order to get advice, which may be used in the preparation of the procurement. While there are many benefits associated with this procedure, procurement practitioners still face several difficulties when applying it in practice. How can contracting authorities benefit from market consultation to the fullest, while avoiding to be accused of favouritism?
3rd Annual Conference and Expo on Biomaterials
Biomaterials 2018 conference acts as a platform for bridging the gap between Academia and Industry through discussion on novel research methods in Biomaterials research. The conference gives best opportunity for meeting with Industrial experts, Academic speakers, Pharmaceutical Companies, Decision-makers, interacting and defining novel prospects in Biomaterials business. It helps in dynamically adding value to biomedical, pharmaceutical, R&D businesses. Novel approaches and applications about biomaterials like the gene/drug delivery systems development and industrializing insights & gain the latest technologies about novel biomaterials and bionanomaterials.
The 15th Procura+ Seminar
The City of Oslo (Norway) and ICLEI are partnering to host the 15th Procura+ Seminar on 21-22 March 2018, to bring together a diverse range of practitioners, experts and policy makers from across Europe. Participants will get the chance to hear from the City of Oslo on their new procurement strategy, and from the SPP Regions project partners on experiences of engaging with suppliers, applying circular procurement and using life cycle costing tools.
Detailed information about the Seminar will be made available on the Procura+ website. Please do not hesitate to contact at email@example.com with any questions or if you would like to collaborate.
11th International Conference on Bio-based Materials
Bio-based building blocks and platform chemicals will be one focus of the conference. Plenty of new bio-based building blocks, such as furan derivatives, succinic acid and 1,4-butanediol, are entering the market and thus give the opportunity to create brand new bio-based polymers. As an event that strives to highlight innovation, the conference will again dedicate a session to young and promising start-ups. High-potential start-ups from the field of bio-based chemistry, polymers and biotechnology are invited to present themselves to industry and get in contact with potential investors. To further honour and acknowledge new developments in the innovative bio-based chemicals and materials industry, every year the participants of the conference choose the winner of the Innovation Award “Bio-based Material of the Year”.