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The annual Bio-Based World News awards honour key innovations making breakthroughs and transforming our industry. The 2 catergories are:

 - Bio-Based Product of the year.

- Bio-Based Innovation of the year.


The panel sessions give you a unique opportunity to get your key questions answered. Put your thoughts to our experts with our interactive evnt technology and learn from the industry leaders.


Bio-Based World News Editor Luke Upton talks exclusively with C-level leaders on the current state-of-play for bio-based developments. The intimate environment provides the perfect platform for open discussion.



After receiving an overview on investment criteria, this session invites SME's to provide an overview of their technology and business model to investors and showcase new innovations.


A chance for exhibitors to showcase new products and solutions at their stands. Delegates will chose a stand to visit and following a short introduction from the exhibitor, will be able to ask further questions in an open forum format. 


This session invites delegates to anonymously vote on key industry questions to establish a consensus on the current market. Delegates will be asked to respond to questions using smartphones/ voting pads so we can see the results in real time so we can draw conclusions and establish trends.


Market Sector Roundtables: The roundtable sessions promote niche and open discussion amongst delegates. Each table will have a separate market sector focus. Each table leader will lead a 40 minute discussion. 


The unique brands and retailers panel allows for sustainable brands to share strategies on how to approach sustainability and advanced materials to enhance the triple bottom line (financial, social and environmental). It gives an unique insight into brands views on bio-based alternatives and a wider perspective on the circular economy.