Media partner

You would like to increase your awareness and you would like to support the conference? You are very welcome as a media partner of the conference! Publishers are very welcome to become a media partner of the conference!

Media-Partnership - what does it mean?

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Contact:

Jutta Millich
Tel.: +49 (0)561 503 580 44
jutta.millich@nova-Institut.de

 

 

 

 

Media partner:

 

Industrial Biotechnology is the authoritative, peer-reviewed bimonthly research journal focused on biobased industrial and environmental products and processes. The journal is the first and longest-running publication to report the science, business, and policy developments of the emerging global bioeconomy, including biobased production of energy and fuels, chemicals, materials, and consumer goods.

 

 

The Life Sciences-Series - Launched in 2014 four issues of the Life Sciences-Series – an initiative of GoingPublic Magazine and VentureCapital Magazine – appear annually. Based on the three pillars – technology, financing, investment – the issues combine current topics of life sciences with knowledge and networking from corporate financing and capital market. Our vision is to build a cross medial bridge between the life sciences and the financial industry by the help of the quarterly Life Sciences issues, the monthly digital newsletter LifeSciencesUpdate and the website www.goingpublic.de/lifesciences

 

 

Labiotech.eu is the leading digital media covering the European Biotech industry. It is used by over 35,000 people monthly to keep a watch on the business and innovations of biotechnologies. Join them for free and enjoy reading their stories!

 

 

StartingUp ist das Print- und Online-Magazin für Gründer und Entrepreneure in Deutschland –seit mittlerweile zwölf Jahren. Viele Selbstständige und Freiberufler, Firmengründer und Jungunternehmer setzen auf den Rat von StartingUp.

 

Sustainability Consult is the leading bioeconomy communications agency, working across the biomaterials sector, with innovative start-ups, multinationals, certification bodies, investors and trade associations. We believe that shifting from fossil-based to bio-based is one important way to reduce our dependence on fossil fuels and decarbonise the economy. This transition has to be handled carefully. Credible communications and stakeholder engagement are key.

We are outspoken advocates for the responsible development of the bioeconomy sector. Our CEO Kathryn Sheridan speaks and writes regularly on the importance of credible communications and stakeholder engagement to build a sustainable bioeconomy sector. She moderates and is on the Advisory Board of leading industry conferences and events. Sustainability Consult is also media partner on a number of events.