KTN is hosting a free webinar where you can learn about opportunities to work with AkzoNobel under their Imagine Chemistry Startup Challenge.

AkzoNobel, together with KPMG, is inviting startups and academics to work with them as equal partners to bring their innovative ideas to market and find solutions to some of the most urgent challenges facing the chemicals industry today.

Imagine Chemistry is focused on startups (or researchers) with a proof of concept who can actively work on making their idea or solution a success. By working with AkzoNobel you could benefit from research support, the opportunity to test production on a larger scale, guidance from experienced researchers and industry experts, access to customers, and other support.

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Are you developing solutions to any of AkzoNobel’s key challenge areas?

  • Zero-footprint surfactants platforms
  • Revolutionizing chlorate production
  • Intelligent chemical plants
  • Sustainable liquid to powder technologies
  • Sustainable small particle technologies
  • Wastewater-free chemical sites

If yes, please join us for our free webinar¬†at 12:00 on Friday 15 December where you can learn more about AkzoNobel’s Imagine Chemistry Startup Challenge. Representatives from AkzoNobel will be on hand to answer questions, and uFraction8 – winners from the 2017 competition – will tell you about their experiences.

You can find out more and register for the webinar here.

If you would like to discuss opportunities for innovation in chemistry you can contact a member of KTN’s Chemistry Team.

 

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