Geneva Sugar and Biofuels Conference
Making our way back to Geneva in 2023 with both the Geneva Sugar and Biofuels Conference, we bring together leading Sugar, Biofuels growers, producers, traders and, buyers. Delivering first hand insights into the industry through innovative and interactive event formats, explore unrivalled networking opportunities.
World Bio Markets
World Bio Markets is the leading international business event for the global bioeconomy community, connecting over 400 industry leaders with a two-day programme of knowledge exchange, 1-2-1 meetings, and networking.
Biofuels International Conference & Expo
EUBCE 2022 – 31st European Biomass Conference and Exhibition
Each year, EUBCE brings together the greatest minds and latest advancements in biomass, with the aim of accelerating research and market uptake across the globe. During the conference, over 1500 experts from both academia and industry share and discuss groundbreaking ideas, technologies, applications, and solutions for the sourcing, production, and utility of biomass. Its 31st edition will be the first in-person event in over 3 years; but will, by no means, be a return “back” to anything. Rather, EUBCE 2023 will be hybrid, to continue the global reach enabled by the virtual platform used in recent years. It will be focused on six relevant conference topics. Since its 30th edition, the event has been complemented by the Circular Bio-based Europe Joint Undertaking efficacy at identifying innovation, stimulating investment, and mobilising the bio-based industry sector.
2023 International Fuel Ethanol Workshop & Expo
Now in its 39th year, the FEW provides the ethanol industry with cutting-edge content and unparalleled networking opportunities in a dynamic business-to-business environment. As the largest, longest running ethanol conference in the world, the FEW is renowned for its superb programming — powered by Ethanol Producer Magazine — that maintains a strong focus on commercial-scale ethanol production, new technology, and near-term research and development. The event draws more than 2,000 people from over 31 countries and from nearly every ethanol plant in the United States and Canada.