Is your business seeking new market opportunities?
Redundant material such as food waste, cardboard boxes, plastic waste, textile residues, sawdust, waste oils, manure, hay straw, sugar beet residue, spent grain waste from breweries are only a few examples of waste that could potentially open up fresh possibilities for your business.
EBRI’s Master Class Course provides exclusive content for entrepreneurs and business leaders covering the technical and commercial fundamentals of bioenergy. Companies looking to develop new products and services can benefit from attending this event, as can those who are simply looking for a better understanding of the bioenergy market.
Earlier this year, EBRI kicked-off its new series of the Course which has been highly acclaimed by the local business community: 97% of attendees have rated it ‘Excellent’ or ‘Very Good’. To hear more feedback watch our short video and business reviews.
Our team of world-leading engineers and scientists has designed a tailor-made course to introduce the practical skills, concepts and strategies your business needs to achieve success in the bioenergy sector. By 2020 this sector is expected to generate £12 billion of new market opportunities in the UK supply chain.
- Technologies & Feedstock
- Supply Chains
- Business Models
- Policy & Incentives
Who should attend
SME business leaders and entrepreneurs in the West Midlands seeking:
- New opportunities in the bioeconomy marketplace including biomass, biorefining, bioenergy, biofuels and biobased products and services.
- Expert advice and guidance to help develop bioenergy solutions that are right for their organisation.
There will be no charge for eligible* companies to attend this event.
*SME businesses located within the following West Midlands Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) areas: Greater Birmingham and Solihull, Black Country, Coventry and Warwickshire, the Marches, and Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire.
The George Hotel, Bird Street, Lichfield WS13 6PR
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Call 0121 204 3383 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org