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OUR EXPERT SPEAKERS
Dedicated to the industry, Bio-Based Live America's brings together leading experts to discuss the challenges we currently face and to share their latest ideas. Speaker highlights in 2016 included...
→ Dr. Lee Ellen Drechsler, Director, Corporate Research and Open Innovation, Procter & Gamble
→ Doug Mckalip, Senior Advisor Biotechnology, USDA
→ Molly Morse, CEO, Mango Materials
→ Virginia Klausmeier, Founder & CEO, Sylvatex
It's great to see an event of this breadth in the US - there's not much else like it!
Ed Talideh, Business Manager, Biocatalysts Ltd
Wonderful group and action packed few days. We made some good contacts and got to have deeper conversations then typical at a conference.
Virginia Klausmeier, CEO & President, Sylvatex
→ Position yourself as a thought leader in the bio-based field - share a stage with our leading innovative speakers ensuring you communicate your ideas to a senior-level audience.
→ Year-round promotional opportunities - we don't just do events, we have integrated packages where you can get your message out through Bio-Based World News which promotes stories through our owned, partnered and social media.
→ More brands and retailers than any similar event! We VIP brands and retailers making sure you have plenty of opportunity to meet decision makers looking for greener solutions to their products.
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