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08.04.2019 – 08:51

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PRESS RELEASE /PRESSEMITTEILUNG: Deep insight into the future of bio-based building blocks and polymers

PRESS RELEASE /PRESSEMITTEILUNG: Deep insight into the future of bio-based building blocks and polymers
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PRESS RELEASE

Deep insight into the future of bio-based building blocks and polymers

nova Session "Bio-based Building Blocks and Polymers - Markets, Trends and Innovations"

Workshop with leading biopolymer experts from Germany, the Netherlands, Thailand and the USA. Join in, learn, discuss and share.

The workshop will focus on the market and trend report "Bio-based Building Blocks and Polymers - Global Capacities, Production and Trends 2018-2023" (388 pages) published in February 2019 (www.bio-based.eu/reports). All authors of the market and trend report will participate in the workshop and they will address the latest market data from 2018 to 2023, future trends and recent developments. Which bio-based building blocks, polymers and applications are the most promising? Which countries offer the best political support? Who is ahead in the global race? The nova Session offers the unique opportunity to exchange information and invite discussion about current market developments at the highest level.

Please find the full press release attached (English, German).

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PRESSEMITTEILUNG

Fundierter Blick in die Zukunft bio-basierter Building-Blocks und Polymere

nova-Session "Bio-based Building Blocks and Polymers - Markets, Trends and Innovations"

Workshop mit führenden Biopolymer-Experten aus Deutschland, den Niederlanden, Thailand und den USA. Mitmachen, lernen, diskutieren und sich austauschen.

Im Mittelpunkt des Workshops steht der im Februar 2019 veröffentlichte Markt- und Trendreports "Bio-based Building Blocks and Polymers - Global Capacities, Production and Trends 2018-2023" (388 Seiten) (www.bio-based.eu/reports). Alle Autoren des Markt- und Trendberichts nehmen am Workshop teil und diskutieren die neuesten Marktdaten der Jahre 2018 bis 2023, zukünftige Trends und aktuelle Entwicklungen. Welche bio-basierten Building-Blocks, Polymere und Anwendungen sind die Vielversprechendsten? Welche Länder bieten die beste politische Unterstützung? Wer ist im globalen Wettbewerb führend? Die nova-Session bietet die einzigartige Gelegenheit zum Informationsaustausch und zur Diskussion über aktuelle Marktentwicklungen auf höchstem Niveau.

Bitte entnehmen Sie den vollständigen Pressetext dem Anhang (Deutsch, Englisch).

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Dipl.-Phys. Michael Carus (Managing Director), nova-Institut GmbH, Chemiepark
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nova-Institute is a private and independent research institute, founded in 1994;
nova offers research and consultancy with a focus on bio-based and CO2-based
economy in the fields of food and feedstock, techno-economic evaluation,
markets, sustainability, dissemination, B2B communication and policy. Every
year, nova organises several large conferences on these topics; nova-Institute
has 30 employees and an annual turnover of more than 3 million EUR. 
Further material to download

document: 19-04-08_PM_Biopolymer_nova-Session.docx

document: 19-04-08_PR_biopolymer_nova session.docx 

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