EFFECTIVE is assembling a Stakeholder Group to guide us on our journey. So far, over 45 experts from 12 countries have confirmed their participation. Coming from different sectors and organisations, they will provide feedback and ideas on creating more sustainable biobased materials and creating the conditions for the circular bioeconomy to flourish. 

Why join?

Members will receive exclusive digital content and updates. In addition, they will asseble at special stakeholder events where they will meet with the project partners and exchange ideas on the future of our biobased materials.

Come on board!

If you wish to become part of the EFFECTIVE Stakeholder Group, simply write an email to ad don't forget to sign up to our newsletter!

Who can join?

The project will demonstrate the production of bio-based fibers and films from bio-based polyamides and polyesters and their applications in various sectors of the economy, from textiles to food packaging. Due to their flexibility, the usability of bio-based materials demonstrated within EFFECTIVE will not be limited to market sectors targeted by the project. The options for creating new sustainable products are truly endless:


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