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Webinar | RETAIL & CONSUMER BRANDS FORUM: New materials for a sustainable world

Language: English

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Join this webinar to hear from the founders of two start-ups developing game-changing materials


As awareness increases regarding the benefits of green packaging and materials - such as waste reduction, less energy consumption, and transition to renewable sources - retail and consumer sectors are pursuing a range solutions in collaboration with innovative start-ups.

Join this Retail & Consumer Brands Forum to hear from the founders of two start-ups developing game-changing materials. Pierre Paslier, Co-founder of Notpla, and Carmen Hijosa, Founder of Ananas Anam, will highlight how their solutions are sustainable alternatives to commonly used materials. Our speakers will discuss how retailers and consumer brands can embrace these innovative materials and start using them.


About the companies featured in this webinar:

  • Ananas Anam produces Pinatex, a natural textile made from waste pineapple leaf fibre, a by-product of the existing pineapple agriculture. A versatile material, Pinatex is used as an alternative to leather to produce clothing, accessories and home furnishings, among others.
  • Notpla is a material made from seaweed and plants which biodegrades in weeks, naturally. It is used to make packaging solutions, including Ooho, a flexible and edible packaging for beverages and sauces, which is so far used in sporting events and in the take-away industry.


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