Monday, 30 March 2015

Register now for the 2015 SusChem Stakeholder Event!

The 2015 SusChem Stakeholder event will take place on 8 and 9 June at the Sheraton Rogier Hotel in Brussels and registration is already open. Following the recent publication of SusChem’s Strategic Innovation and Research Agenda (SIRA) the main focus of the event will be on SIRA implementation and there will be a brand new feature: an Open Innovation SME workshop!

The theme of the 2015 SusChem Stakeholder event will be 'Propelling Sustainable Chemistry to Exciting New Frontiers - Implementing the New Strategic Innovation and Research Agenda' and  the two-day event will include plenty of exciting activities and present important new developments for the SusChem community.

These include:
  • The presentation of the key highlights addressed in the SIRA by SusChem Board members, followed by a stakeholder breakout discussion on how to translate the SIRA into concrete action 
  • Speakers on Materials Technologies and Societal Challenges, Resource Efficiency and the bio-economy, and ICT tools for the chemical industry
  • Conclusions from the breakout session discussions to be addressed in a lively panel debate on day two
  • The latest news and activities from our SusChem National Technology Platforms (NTPs)
  • A new Open Innovation SME workshop that will take place on the afternoon of 9 June followed by a poster session and our ever-popular speed-dating brokerage session.
The SME Innovation workshop will be an ideal opportunity for SMEs to profile their expertise and project concept. For an overview of the 2015 SusChem Stakeholder Event download the draft agenda.

We look forward to meeting you on 8 and 9 June in Brussels! Register and reserve your place today!

Accommodation for delegates is available at Sheraton Rogier Hotel in Brussels for the days of the event. SusChem has arranged for rooms to be blocked at a fixed rate until 15 May. You can book via this link.

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