Turin will be the Euro-mediterranean capital of the bioeconomy for a couple of days. The International Forum on Industrial Biotechnology and Bioeconomy (IFIB) goes to the Italian historical first capital from 27 to 28 September at the Cavallerizza Reale, the Congress Center of the University of Turin.
With more than 300 delegates in attendance from approximately 20 different countries from all around the world, the conference truly succeeds in its ambitious aim to be one of the leading bioeconomy event at global level.
Italy’s impressive local representation will be showcased alongside an exceptional international speaker line. These business and policy leaders will share their insights on strengthening the biobased value chain in order to produce smarter, more sustainable products, processes to create new jobs and generate economic growth. To animate the forum will be many presentations divided into different sessions: Investments and Finance, Energy and Environment, Bio-based industries, Clusters.
Among the speakers representatives of Bioindustrial Innovation Canada, LanzaTech, Circa Group, Novamont, UPM Biochemicals, European Commission, BBI JU, University of Turin, University of Hohenheim, SEA Marconi Technologies, Clariant, Metsa Spring, ABBI Brazil, Argentine Ministry of Economy and many others. Investors such as BASF Venture Capital and ICOS Capital. IFIB is also attracting to Turin many EU research projects, such as BBI JU demo project GRACE, Biopen, BioCannDo, Smartprobio, Biovoices.
From Turin, which is one of the most fascinating cities in the world, the bioeconomy will be called to give concrete examples of how to reconcile economic growth, environmental sustainability and creation of high-skilled jobs.