Low Carbon Innovation in Plastics and Chemicals: Trends, Themes and how to get funded
A continuation of our themed sector specific free workshops, the fourth offering is on Plastics and Chemicals and will include expert speakers from the Centre for Sustainable Chemical Technologies from the University of Bath, case studies of successful projects and advice on funding and grants available.
Register your interest for what promises to be an interesting and engaging workshop on a very popular subject from experts in this field.
Date: Thursday 6th December 2018
Time: 2pm - 5.30pm (join us for lunch and networking from 1pm)
Venue: The Innovation Centre, Bath
Professor Matthew Davidson, Director of the Centre for Sustainable Chemical Technologies (CSCT) at the University of Bath, will talk about Innovations in plastics and where this could lead business innovation.
Adrian Haworth, Sales & Marketing Director, Recycling Technologies Ltd.
Funding panel discussion from Innovate UK and the University of Bath.
The aim is to kick off from 1pm with lunch and networking before the main workshop which will start at 2pm. During the workshop you can discuss specific points and the option for tailored 1-2-1 sessions. For further information about the support available through the STBAH programme.
A buffet lunch will be provide during registration from 1pm.
Express your interest in a free place by registering below
This event is part of a free-to-access support package available to businesses working in sustainable technologies and the low carbon sector through the Sustainable Technologies Business Acceleration Hub and can provide tailored support to your business to grow efficient and innovative practices.
Once you have attended this event you may be able to access additional bespoke support to help your business progress new ideas, projects, services or products in the low carbon economy - visit www.stbah.org to find out more.
This event is the fourth in a series for the Sustainable Technologies Business Acceleration Hub investigating the support and options for innovation within the low carbon sector, economy and sustainable technologies which is funded by the European Regional Development Fund.