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Process Innovation and Technology at Bio-Based Live.

Developing bio-based and green innovations that are cost-competitive at commercial scale.

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Sustainable Products at Bio-Based Live.

Improving the triple bottom line for brands and retailers by placing bio-based and green adoption at the heart of sustainability strategies.

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  50+ SPEAKERS SHARE THEIR EXPERTISE

Listen to some of the leaders of the bio-based revolution such as:

Geert Dancet, Executive Director, European Chemicals Agency
Charlotta Lyon, Senior Vice President, Sustainability and Corporate Affairs, Carlsberg
Patrick Schiffers, CEO, Synvina
Jos Peeters, Managing Partner, Capricorn Venture Partners

See who else is speaking and take a look at our speaker list by clicking below.

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NETWORKING APP NOW LIVE AND SIGN UP FOR THE EXCLUSIVE LAB VISITS

With our pre-event networking tool now open registered attendees of Bio-Based Live are able to begin the conversation and arrange meetings with all other attendees. Don’t miss out and book your pass here to begin networking with our senior level attendees now.

Who is attending? In the past few weeks we have had some brilliant attendees sign up from: P&G, Akzonobel, Cowi, Schneider Pen and Biotech Campus Delft. Take a look at the full list of companies attending here.

Sign up for the exclusive lab visits before spaces run out! Contact us here to sign up and make the most of this fantastic opportunity to take a tour of the four different lab types with our hosts the Van 't Hoff Institute for Molecular Sciences (HIMS). See how the lab visits fit into your day with our schedule below:

Day 1: 31st May Day 2: 1st June
  • 10.30am - Heterogeneous catalysis
  • 10.30am - Homogeneous catalysis
  • 1pm - Biocatalysis
  • 1pm - Analytical chemistry
  • 10.30am - Biocatalysis
  • 10.30am - Analytical chemistry
  • 1pm - Heterogeneous catalysis
  • 1pm - Homogeneous catalysis

'No doubt the Bio-Based Live conference is gaining momentum and will soon become the place to be for all players involved in the bio-sourced industry.'

 Frédéric Meyer, Director of Strategy & Growth, Total

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'Recommended for understanding bio-based products market and creating connections!'

Ken-ichiro Nishiza, Technical Service Specialist, Kaneka Belgium

UNRIVALLED NETWORKING OPPORTUNITIES

Across an action-packed 2 days, you will get the chance to meet the entire ecosystem with our variety networking opportunities. From chemicals companies, technology suppliers and governments to investors, brands and retailers, this is the event of the year to make long term business connections.

Two weeks before your visit we release our networking tool where you will be able to connect with other attendees and set up meetings at the event. Then over the course of the two days you will get to interact with fellow attendees through our roundtable discussions, interactive panel discussions, a pre-event site visit, awards ceremony and more informal networking such as lunches and a cocktail reception.

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Sign up to the Port of Amsterdam Site Visit  We have limited amount spaces available so book soon to avoid disappointment.

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.

Are you a start-up in the industry?   Then you might be entitled to our 50% discount. Enquire for more details.

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 BRANDS ATTEND BIO-BASED LIVE FOR FREE!

 Bio-Based Live is committed to helping consumer brands and retailers and packaging companies adopt bio-based products and alternative - so for this reason we invite you to attend for FREE!

Learn from and network with the other brands presenting and in attendance such as: Ikea, Carlsberg, H&M, Club Coffee, Michelin, Ericsson and more!

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DOWNLOAD THE 2017 BROCHURE

Want to know more about Bio-Based Live Europe 2017 and how you can get involved? No problem, click the link below to download your copy of the Bio-Based Live Europe Brochure today!

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DOWNLOAD THE BIO-BASED QUARTERLY

Bio-Based World News is proud to publish its exclusive magazine. The second edtion features news, interviews, case studies and business developments for bio-based and sustainable chemicals and products. 

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