Materials Industries brings together producers of non-ferrous metals, foundries and manufacturers of fabricated metal, plastics, composites and aluminium products and the metalworking subcontractors .
15/10 EverZinc organizes "R-Zinc" : The First European Rechargeable Zinc Battery Meeting EverZinc, member of Agoria, has announced the organization of R-Zinc, first rechargeable zinc battery meeting in Europe which will take place on October 15 at Nine One Brussels.
24/10 Save-the-date 'CEO Roundtable Sustainability' at Umicore Hoboken Agoria's Young Professionals Network is organising a CEO Roundtable on Sustainability on Thursday 24 October at Umicore Hoboken. A unique initiative to discover how leading technological companies address sustainability issues.
07/11 Belgian Plastics Day 2019 - Plastics in a Circular Economy How is the Belgian plastics industry performing in a circular economy? What are the market trends? How is the uptake of recycled plastics in Belgium? This is what you can discover on the second Belgian Plastics Day, co-organised by Agoria and essenscia PolyMatters.
EC consultation on guidance on practical aspects of the implementation of the Standardisation Regulation (EU) No. 1025/2012 Orgalim has prepared a draft response to the ongoing consultation of the European Commission on its guidelines for the practical implementation of Standardisation Regulation (EU) No 1025/2012. Please let us know your comments before 28 August so that we can discuss them with Orgalim.
Apply to the Corporate Startup Stars The 'Corporate Startup Stars' is a set of awards intended to recognise large firms that have gone out of their way to work with startups, in order to promote corporate-startup collaboration as a mechanism for helping startups scale. Last year, Samsung Electronics, KPN and Sodexo were awarded as Europe's top three startup-friendly corporates.
Become stronger on the international market All European SMEs active in textile machinery and advanced manufacturing can apply to the Ready2Net Call.
5G ecosystem & regulation: European call (BEREC) for input In order to better understand the potential impact of 5G on regulation, BEREC (Body of European Regulators for Electronic Communications) is seeking comments from businesses and organisations who are interested in, or planning to utilise 5G connectivity, in order to ensure that regulation is not a barrier to innovative services.