CWP participates in the first edition of the Lleida Bioeconomy, Innovation and Technology Congress

This past 29th and 30th of September, the first edition of the Bioeconomy, Innovation and Technology Congress (BIT Congress) took place in Lleida, organised by the Department of Climate Action, Food and Rural Agenda, Fira Lleida and the Vic City Council. The aim of this conference was to present the opportunities and benefits of applying the Bioeconomy to the business world. Sergi Compte, project manager of CWP, participated in one of the sessions of the congress, specifically in the round table titled “From sectoral to cross-sectoral collaboration: widening the horizons of companies” together with Eloi Moncada, representing the wine cluster (INNOVI), Enric Pedrós, representing the agricultural machinery cluster (FEMAC), Marc Cortina, representing the bioenergy cluster (CBC) and Anna Monjo, representing the Residues Cluster. The session consisted of an initial presentation of each of the entities with their respective challenges in terms of sustainability and bioeconomy followed by a round table debate where they discussed the opportunities of the bioeconomy to add value to companies and how clusters can act as facilitators to promote collaboration between the different economic sectors.

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