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The Bio Port project challenges biobased SMEs to submit ideas for specific business cases that subsequently are critically reviewed by experts in these areas.
Editorial office / Groningen

“Today you’ll often see parties that will start marketing an idea that sounds good in principle, but that just falls short of meeting the market criteria an investor would be looking for”, says Ton Vries, member of the board of the Bio Cooperative Northern Netherlands and Director of Syncom in Groningen, The Netherland.

“When we ensure up front that the plan is sound and that it is formulated in such a way that industry will find it interesting, then this increases the chances of obtaining financing. That is the basis of Bio Port: develop your plans in such a way that another party is prepared to invest in it.”

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