On November 7th, the annual event of the Green Chemistry, New Economy platform will take place at the Railway Museum in Utrecht from 13:30 to 17:00 (doors open at 13:00). Together, we will celebrate the allocation of the BioBased Circular Growth Fund (BBC) proposal, which marks our journey towards a new economy without fossil fuels. The event will feature speakers such as Arnold Stokking, Erwin Nijsse, Joanne de Jonge, Tom van Aken, and Jacqueline Vaessen.
To scale up game-changers in green chemistry, we will engage in pitches and breakout sessions. The program includes:
- Supply Chain Collaboration: Together with participating companies, we will discuss the approach to BioBased Circular, Circular Plastics, and other opportunities for supply chain collaboration.
- Financing: We will share our insights on financing and support for startups and scale-ups in the new economy, and we are excited to introduce the new participants in the Green Chemistry Accelerator.
- Policy: We will discuss the follow-up to our research on End-of-Waste Status and reveal the next policy topic we will be addressing.
- Impact Monitoring: We will present the results of our research and engage in discussions with you about the transition challenge.
We will conclude with the presentation of our Action Plan for 2024-2026 and invite you to participate in this program.
Information and Registration
Are you working at a startup or scale-up in green chemistry? Then you can sign up through this questionnaire for the Gamechanger Landscape, which we are also launching on November 7!
In an interactive program with plenty of networking opportunities, you can engage in in-depth discussions on various topics during the breakout sessions. Please use the button below to register for the annual event and specify which breakout session you would like to attend. We kindly request you to indicate your first and second preferences, and the allocation will be based on room availability.
Register for the annual event and the breakout sessions via the LINK.