What are typical barriers in developing products for the new bioeconomy? What support does your company need in the development process? Come and get inspired by interesting presenters and case studies!
- Meet researchers and innovative companies with a focus on major value chains: sugar, straw, wood, industrial and household food wastes
- Talk to experts on e.g. crop production, agricultural residue recovery, protein extraction, bioenergy and sustainability assessment!
- Get inspiration and find out how you can develop products for the bioeconomy!
This conference is part of the Interreg project Biomass-based Innovation and Green Growth (BioBIGG). The BioBIGG project seeks to strengthen the SME innovation capacity by the means of cross-border knowledge transfer, advisory activities and preparation of pilot projects and investments in the new bioeconomy.
The partner behind the BioBIGG project aim to support the development of the low-carbon, resource efficient and circular economy, in which new biomass-based materials and products are introduced to substitute fossil-based materials and products in the participating regions. In this respect, the bioeconomy is a unique platform for innovation efforts and business opportunities.
Yet, there is a need to empower small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) and other actors to participate in bioeconomy development in the South Baltic Area. All regions located within the South Baltic Area have a significant amount of unutilised biological resources that could serve as feedstock to produce innovative biomass-based products and services.
BioBIGG is aiming at unlocking these innovation potentials related to unutilised biological resources, especially residuals and by-products found in and along the agro-industrial value chains, such as grain production, sugar beet production, vegetable production and handling, forestry and wood product manufacturing, new crops etc.