IntertechPira presents a three-day MBA on industrial biotechnology
February 24, 2012 By Pulp & Paper Canada
The world’s first three-day MBA on industrial biotechnology will take place on March 13-15, 2012, at the Royal College of Surgeons, London, UK. Designed to fuel career growth in the dynamic and challenging biobased economy, the three-day MBA in…
The world’s first three-day MBA on industrial biotechnology will take place on March 13-15, 2012, at the Royal College of Surgeons, London, UK. Designed to fuel career growth in the dynamic and challenging biobased economy, the three-day MBA in industrial biotechnology offers teaching by world experts in a fast paced and interactive environment.
The event is organized by IntertechPira, who manage the EFIB conference and publish market studies on industrial biotechnology and bioplastics.
Industrial Biotechnology, sometimes known as White Biotechnology, is a key enabling technology in the biobased economy and is already transforming the way chemicals, plastics and other materials are made.
According to Adam Page, business manager at IntertechPira, “There is a real thirst for high-level training on this emerging industry.”
Training is led by Dirk Carrez, former director industrial biotechnology at Europabio (The European Association for BioIndustries). In his previous role, Carrez coordinated the activities in the area of industrial biotechnology and the “biobased economy”, as well as horizontal issues, such as research and innovation, SMEs and access to finance, IPR, etc.
This three-day course will help executives and managers get quickly up to speed on the potential opportunities in this marketplace and help them to focus on how the company could benefit from these exciting developments.
Participation costs cost £3,299, but delegates can save £300 by booking before 29 February. For further information visit www.3-day-mba.com.
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