The bioeconomy is innovation, the result of the skills and passion of researchers and managers able to create value and new high-qualified jobs. At the end of 2014 Il Bioeconomista launched a new initiative: The 10 Most Innovative Bioeconomy CEOs.
We have asked a panel of world bioeconomy experts to tell us the Chief Executive Officers that have stood out as the most innovative during the last year. This year we want to engage our readers, asking you to choose the most innovative CEO responding to our survey.
This is the result in 2016 (in alphabetical order)
Catia Bastioli, Ceo of Novamont (Italy)
Wayne Byrne, Ceo of OxyMem (Ireland)
Marc Delcourt, Ceo of Global Bioenergies (France)
Christian Kemp-Griffin, Ceo of CelluComp (Scotland)
John Melo, Ceo of Amyris (USA)
Ken Richards, Ceo of Leaf Resources (Australia)
Christophe H. Schilling, Ceo of Genomatica (USA)
Rich Troyer, Ceo of Comet Biorefining (Canada)
Tom van Aken, Ceo of Avantium (The Netherlands)
Robert Wedinger, Ceo of Rennovia (USA)
This is the result of our survey