European Paper Week returns for the 18th time this year on 22-24 November 2016! Registration is now open. The event will be held in conjunction with the PPI awards taking place 21 November in Brussels. You can read more about the awards here.
Who participates in European Paper Week?
More than 400 attendees with an interest for the pulp and paper industry. Here a list of the companies that attended the event in 2015.
What events take place?
European Paper Week events all take place in Brussels. Events organised by the Confederation of European Paper Industries (CEPI) are open to the public. Other paper industry participating associations hold their own members-only meetings during the same week.
Why should I join?
See our infographic presenting the event and giving some arguments on why you should attend.
Does the event offer sponsorship opportunities?
Yes it does! We already have a platinum and silver sponsor for this year's event. Find out more about the sponsorship opportunities offered here.
How do I find out more?
Don't hesitate to send us an email at email@example.com with your questions.
FTP Joint partnering event 2014 for Horizon 2020 and Cost Actions for the Forest-Based sector in the bioeconomy
The objective of the event is to offer the latest information on Horizon 2020 Calls published as drafts on December 11, 2013, with deadlines for submission in late 2014 and 2015. Focus of the event will be on selected topics FTP believes to be of most relevance to the forest-based sector:
(This document will be updated shortly before registration opens and then regularly until the event).
A unique opportunity to meet suitable partners for your projects
Participants will be given the opportunity to present their project ideas or institutional research capacities, as well as to give feedback, support, and supplement each other’s ideas. Such events are often starting points for building consortia and core planning teams in order to submit research and innovation proposals at a later stage. Additionally, participants are invited to present and discuss ideas and proposals for COST Actions. This year's event will explicitly address invitations to industry and stakeholders from other sectors.
Who should participate?
All forest, forestry and forest-based sector related researchers from European Union Member States, Associated countries (Norway, Iceland, Israel etc.) and from third countries (Switzerland, Montenegro, Albania etc.) as they can fully participate in Horizon 2020 projects and the COST Programme.
companies (large, small or medium-sized)
federations and associations
private or public research institutes
…interested in participating in research projects and/or COST Actions are welcome to this partnering event. The activities, competences and interest can range from forest ecology, climate change and forest management to forest-based products and forest-based industry processes including the timber industry, building with wood, the pulp and paper industry and biorefinery.
Invitations will be sent at the beginning of September and registration will open on 9 September 2014.