Rome is the world capital of the bioeconomy. The International Forum on Industrial Biotechnology and Bioeconomy (IFIB) will be held in the Eternal City this year at the WeGil Congress Center. And in this Covid-19 era, it will be both physical and digital.
With more than 300 delegates in attendance from approximately 25 different countries from all around the world (only 100 will be hosted at the Congress Center, the other attendants could follow the forum through Webex Cisco), the conference truly succeeds one more time in its ambitions aim to be one of the leading bioeconomy event at global level.
From October 1 to October 2 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 jobsand generate economic growth. To animate the forum will be many presentations divided into different sessions and three round tables focused on Investments, Bioeconomy strategies and The Green New Deal.
Among the speakers representatives of The World Bank, BBI JU, European Research Council, European Environment Agency, Dow, Stora Enso, Clariant, Novamont, NatureWorks and many others. IFIB in Rome is strongly supported by Lazio Region and Lazio Innova, the Regional agency focused on Internationalization.