Chemistry & New Materials
August 28th 2019
Young high-tech enterprises
Young high-tech enterprises & Mittelstand | 12 Technology-Sectors
Analytics & Nanotechnology
Fine & Speciality Chemicals
Manufacturing & Platforms
Catalysts & Enzymes
Simulations, Software, AI, AR/VR, Machine Learning
Digitization & Chemistry 4.0
Circular Economy & Clean Technologies
Polymers & Applications
3D Print & Additive Manufacturing
Short organizational talk on: What to expect.
The host of the event, the Chemical Park Bitterfeld-Wolfen, introduces itself briefly and the ecosystem.
Harvest and upcycle the carbon black from end-of-life tires to a quality level that exceeds the original product – in a way that preserves the planet.
Zörbiger Str. 21c
The event host
CHEMICAL PARK BITTERFELD-WOLFEN
CENTER OF EXCELLENCE
“The world of chemistry. Chemistry for the world” – this is the claim of the companies at the Chemical Park Bitterfeld-Wolfen, which is one of the largest areas for chemical and pharmaceutical companies in Germany. These companies include global players such as Bayer, Nouryon and Evonik. The foundation for the chemical industry was laid here 125 years ago – today there is a self-sufficient network of national and international groups, SMEs and start-ups.
Max FuhrChemiepark Bitterfeld Wolfen
“Very good organized, awesome food & service, impressive quality within the startups”
“Well-organized event; good visibility for startups (clustered pitch sessions, exhibition space in one room around catering area)”
Frank StampaFoxBase GmbH
“Events of this kind allow us to move forward together. There was a wide range of topics, but each idea was very interesting. Thanks for the great organization.”
Felix Wegerpackwise GmbH
“"Four days after the event, nine speed dating dates became two pilot customers and four promising follow-up dates. Each of the participants had the desire to discover something new. The perfect prerequisite for further exciting conversations. "”
“A brilliant event which we enjoyed to be part of very much! Thank you for inviting us to be part of it.”