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27 - 30 March 2017

World Bio Markets

Amsterdam, Netherlands

World Bio Markets (WBM) returns to facilitate growth and commercialisation across the global bio-economy for the 12th successive year. Over 650 senior-level decision makers from the entire bio-based value chain attend in search of the partnerships, biotech breakthroughs, investment opportunities and innovations that are poised to spearhead the bio-economy of tomorrow. WBM is designed to showcase the very latest projects and upcoming opportunities in the bio-based product world, as well as in the area of biofuels, bio-chemicals and biomass power.

30 March 2017

BioCannDo webinar

The H2020 project BioCannDo – Bioeconomy Awareness and Discourse Project – organises a webinar addressed to all stakeholders involved in the development of the bioeconomy and/or of innovative bio-based products that want to engage with others and learn more on how to communicate the benefits of the bioeconomy. The webinar will take place on 30th of March.

To take part in the webinar, register here.

25 - 27 April 2017

Plant Based Summit 2017

The Bio-based Solutions international conference and exhibition

Lille, France

In April 2017, Plant Based Summit will hold its 4th edition, in Lille, and targets to be this year a meeting point dedicated to the development of growing opportunities in the bio-based chemical market.
It will gather decision-makers from the bio-based industry and act as the convergence platform shaping the future for the sector.

25 April 2017

InnProBio workshop and market dialogue

Bonn, Germany

The InnProBio consortium is organising a workshop and market dialogue on public procurement for public procurers and suppliers of bio-based products and services. Both the workshop and the market Dialogue will take place in Bonn, Germany, on 25th of April. The event is co-organised with the Competence Centre for Sustainable Procurement.

The workshop will focus on public tendering and public procurement of bio-based products. Case studies, tools and criteria to be included in public tenders will be discussed.

The market dialogue aims at identifying barriers to the procurement of bio-based products and services, as well as difficulties that might be encountered during the related tendering processes. It will facilitate a dialogue between product suppliers and public procurers regarding bio-based products and procurement needs.

The workshop and the market dialogue are free of charge. The language for both sessions will be German. For registration, visit here.

1 - 2 June 2017

Bio-based live: from lab to market

Amsterdam, Netherlands

Bringing together CEOs, sustainable professional brand marketing specialists and end users, this event aims to be a platform to bridge the gap between the lab and daily life, and help bio-based innovations be part of future sustainable strategies. Amongst the topics that will be covered, bio-based feedstock and process flows, and process efficiency and innovation to create competitive and sustainable bio-based products. The event will also look into green success stories, as well as define the advantages of bio-based.

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