The webinar is part of a wider series of workshops that have been held across Europe, and offers attendees the opportunity to make genuine impacts in the field.
The events are designed to network, stimulate new collaborations, and populate EU capability maps with a focus on Industry 4.0, circular economy, cross-sector opportunities and new value chains.
The webinar that CPI is hosting will meet these criteria, but will have an additional focus on targeting industrial and academic players with a keen focus on sustainability.
The event will therefore be an excellent opportunity for networking with local and European players in the formulation sector with a keen focus on sustainability and ethical products.
This input will be vital to the success and validation of the European FP 9 research programme (post 2020), and so CPI welcomes all professionals and organisations genuinely interested in bringing formulation technologies to the next level.
The event is a Coordination and Support Action funded by the EU Commission, involving European partners RISE (Sweden), Dechema (Germany), Flamac (Belgium), Universitie de Lorraine (France), and Lulea University of Technology (Sweden).
“AceForm 4.0 is a subject that deserves our full attention,” said Glenn Ward, Technical Services Lead at the National Formulation Centre, CPI.
“It’s aim is to strengthen Europe’s leadership in the development and commercialisation of innovative and sustainable formulated products.
“The approach has been to work with the relevant stakeholders to develop a strategic roadmap and implementation plan for 2025 via a series of targeted workshops.
“This webinar is a direct addition to these workshops but targetting specifically those companies with a keen focus on sustainability and ethical standards.
“The considered input of these companies is key in the complete development and validation of the roadmaps, and to the input into FP 9 in 2020.
“The event will be an excellent opportunity for networking with local and European players in the formulation area with a keen focus on sustainability and ethical products.”
The webinar will take place on Tuesday, June 12, 2018, from 1pm until 2pm.
Attendance is free, but registration is required.