We’re proud to announce we’re 1 of the 50 Dutch startups selected for CES 2020 🚀 A high impact event for high impact startups.
Special Envoy of Techleap.nl, His Royal Highness Prince Constantijn van Oranje, travels with 49 Dutch startups to the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2020 in Las Vegas. Besides his Royal Highness Prince Constantijn van Oranje, State Secretary for Economic Affairs and Climate, Mona Keijzer and Gerbert Kunst, Consul-General in San Francisco, will also be present in Las Vegas.
From 7 to 10 January 2020 we will present Circularise’s open-source protocol and decentralised platform that brings transparency to global supply chains and empowers businesses to move towards a circular economy.
“For material suppliers & processors as well as moulders, participation [engagement with Circularise] means increased material value and trust in your production, by adding material passports to plastic resin, additives, colorants and any other materials produced.
For OEMs & brand owners, it helps on the road to achieving sustainability targets and a strengthened brand position, by revealing a product’s origin and transparency on its environmental impact,” says Dr. Burkhard Zimmermann, Head of Strategy, Sustainability and Digital at Covestro Polycarbonates.
Contact us to learn more about the product and set up a meeting in Las Vegas https://www.circularise.com/contact
CES offers a fantastic opportunity for Dutch companies to engage with an international audience of investors, potential partners and new customers. Previous years visits have seen new business generation for the companies involved with market-leading multinationals and 95% of startups who joined would recommend it to others.
With approximately 200,000 visitors, CES is the largest technology fair in the world. Every year, the latest technologies and next-generation innovations are shown to the market. The focus this year is more than ever on presenting resilient technologies that will make the world future-proof and offer solutions to social and global challenges in the areas of the energy transition, healthy living, health and sustainability, water and food, and smart cities.