4 Nov 2019 - 5 Nov 2019 | Milano, Italy
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4 Nov 2019 - 5 Nov 2019
Milano, Italy
BioDialogues2019

HIGH-LEVEL CONFERENCE and B2B MATCHMAKING EVENT


In the framework of EUSALP Italian Presidency 2019, on November 4 and 5 Milan will host the high-level conference "International Bioeconomy Dialogues across the Alpine Space".
The conference promoted by the Lombardy Green Chemistry Association - LGCA, aims to encourage dialogue across the Alpine Space and co-creation of research, innovation, development and political context in the bio-based economy between the stakeholders of the quadruple helix model: civil society/users, industry, researchers, civil society and public authorities.
According to the EUSALP initiative, the Bioeconomy dialogue helps to provide an opportunity to improve cross-border cooperation in the Alpine States as well as identifying shared goals, priorities and business opportunities,

  • to support the creation of new integral bio-based value chains and connections between green chemistry, agro-food, bioenergy sectors
  • to promote new business opportunities through interregional cooperation and exchange of information and ideas among industries belonging in the Alpine Space
  • to foster projects at the demonstration stage towards their upgrading and business exploitation by providing visibility and attracting investments.

FROM WHOM

Large industry players, Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SME's) and Research and Technology Organisations (RTO's) from all over the world are invited to attend the conference and to discuss the latest progress in the bio-based market, to co-create new business opportunities and accelerate biobased business together.

You will have the opportunity to meet players from the most competitive alpine regions in the following technologies

  • Bio-based advanced materials
  • Biopolymers and biobased fibres
  • Waste management and biorefinery
  • Fibres, reinforced fibres composite
  • Nanomaterials
  • Speciality/performance/functional material
  • Feedstock, conversion, equipment and end-products 
  • Agrifood, wood value chains
  • Bioaromatics

THE INTERNATIONAL BIOECONOMY DIALOGUE IS INITIATED BY: