Seven new associate members have also joined the BIC network, including universities and research institutions in France, Spain, Italy, Luxembourg, Poland and Germany. BIC now has nearly 200 associate members from across the EU and beyond.
BIC members have access to a wide network of companies, research institutes and experts active in various bioeconomy sectors. They also have better access to several European funding instruments. They have influence on the EU’s investment agenda for the bioeconomy and have a say on the activities of the Bio-Based Industries Joint Undertaking (BBI JU). Read all about the benefits of membership on the BIC website.
The next round of membership applications will be accepted until Wednesday, 30 September 2020.
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