EFIB 2019 covers the future of materials, food and feed, industrial processes in three major tracks on conference day 1 of the conference. On conference day 2 further topics include the usage of novel feedstocks such as CO2 or waste as a resource for bio-based processes. The dynamic political landscape from Brexit in UK to the growing innovation power of China will be discussed as well in an own track on global bioeconomies. A plenary session on Day 2 will also discuss the challenge of establishing a sustainable financing environment and of integrating industrial biotechnology and bioeconomy companies in financial categories which try to map sustainable businesses.
The BBI JU Stakeholder Forum 2019 will bring together the bio-based industries community and facilitate open discussion on the impact, achievements and strategic direction of the Bio-based Industries Joint Undertaking (BBI JU) programme, as well as the latest developments in the bio-based industries sector.
BBI JU will present a comprehensive programme of high-level speakers, who will present their ideas through inspiring keynote speeches, pertinent panel discussions and parallel sessions. There will be also networking opportunities and a project exhibition where 100 granted projects will present their work. Bringing projects together in one venue with other BBI JU stakeholders, will facilitate the exchange of ideas and best practices.
We welcome all our stakeholders: industry, SMEs, academia, research organisations and policymakers, opinion leaders, EU community, BBI JU projects’ participants and bio-based industries community as a whole.
The event will take place at the Egg Congress and Meeting Center in Brussels.
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