24 – 25 April 2018
Organiser: Handelsblatt Veranstaltungen, Euroforum
Short profile: This annual meeting focuses on “Chemical Industry 4.0″. In Düsseldorf, the German chemical industry will discuss “hot topics” like innovative business models, platform concepts, circular economy, and the industry’s vision 2050. The event addresses the German chemical industry in general and related industries and services sectors. There will be numerous opportunities for special insights generation, conversations with industry insiders and experts, and networking! Twitter: https://twitter.com/hashtag/hbchemie.
26 + 27 April 2018
Place: Saint Julian’s, Malta
Organiser: PlasticsEurope, Association of Plastics Manufacturers
Short profile: PolyTalk is PlasticsEurope’s forum for engaging with all stakeholders in a transparent, forward looking dialogue. The event aims to continue establishing and building new partnerships with stakeholders to prevent marine litter around the world. International organisations, government officials, representatives from national environment ministries, NGOs, the plastics industry and the research community will discuss and share solutions from around the world to build bridges and new forms of collaboration throughout the Mediterranean area.
13 – 16 May 2018
Short profile: This conference provides not only a forum for chemistry-related topics such as synthesis and technical aspects of chemistry and its products, but also the broader context that is necessary to enable the contributions of the chemical industry to the SDGs to be viable in the long term and globally applicable. In addition, it aims to provide a forum for participants from academia and industry, from authorities and other institutions to address these challenges in a broad unique manner including the latest developments across the broad and diverse fields of Green and Sustainable Chemistry.
4 June 2018
Organiser: German Council for Sustainable Development
Short profile: This conference will present and discuss sustainability strategies and solutions in various industry sectors and municipalities. It will report on how the SDGs are translated into business in Germany and provide information on sustainable development in general and on the activities of the Hub for Sustainable Finance (H4SF).
6 June 2018
Organiser: German Design Council
Short profile: New innovation competition and award, in three categories:
1. Excellence Business to Consumer;
2. Excellence Business to Business;
3. Design Thinking.
7 – 8 June 2018
Location around Munich, starting Thursday morning at 08:30 h, ending Friday around 17:00h, please register here on Xing Events.
Our two-day training “Making Organisations Truly Fit for the Future” focuses on the concept of the same name which helps to translate today’s grand challenges into context-driven, purposeful innovation and leadership, value creation, and measurable success. The compact training addresses entrepreneurs, decision makers, leaders, project and interim managers who are looking for innovative and sustainable concepts.
Our systemic approach, methods, instruments and tools are proven and have been created for immediate practical application. Rüdiger Röhrig and Dirk Uhlemann from SGA’s core team will moderate the varied and interactive training sessions.
29 June 2018
Organiser: compamedia GmbH
Short profile: Conference focusing on innovation in small and mid-sized companies and consultancies in Germany, including award winning ceremonies TOP 100 and TOP CONSULTANT under the leadership of Professor Dr Nikolaus Franke, Director of the Institute for Entrepreneurship and Innovation of Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU).
26 – 28 August 2018
Organiser: JOAMS, Journal of Advanced Management Science
Short profile: The conference aims to provide a forum for researchers, practitioners, and professionals from both industry and academia for sharing their latest research findings and results. ICSTM is also the annual meeting of JOAMS Editorial Board, so it also brings authors and editors of JOAMS together to communicate face-to-face and discuss the opportunities for possible cooperation and the future development of JOAMS.
30 November – 2 December 2018
Organiser: NATOURALE, Dr Andrea-Eva Ewels
Short profile: The NTFF NATOURALE takes place once a year in Wiesbaden. The venue is the well-known Murnau film theatre, in which the winning films are commended and shown. An international panel of experts commends the most impressive films of recent years in the fields of nature, the environment, travel and tourism. A combination that has been chosen as a sustainable combination of these sectors is becoming increasingly important for modern society.