Green-Tech Cluster invites you to Business Networking event about composite materials. The event will take place in Liepaja on November 30th at Coworking Liepaja (24 Veca Ostmala, 4th floor, Liepaja).

The main speakers will be the Latvian specialists and researchers:
Genadijs Sahmenko, from the Institute of Materials and Construction
Prof. Andris Zicans from the Polymeric Materials Institute,
Jurgis Vasuks, manager of Compor Ltd.

At the end of the event, there will be an open discussion about the future trends of composite materials in construction and other sectors. Also, we will discuss the pros and cons of using composite materials.

Key points:

  • Polymer and composite properties
  • Composite materials and environment
  • Composite materials and business opportunities, especially in construction

Target audience: architects, engineers, designers, developers, and others.

Agenda for the event here (in Latvian)!

Participation free of charge!

Please register here: https://ej.uz/BR_Liepaja

The number of participants limited!

For more questions please call +371 29113226

The activity was implemented by the Green and Smart Technology Cluster, within the framework of the Cluster program (contract No. 3.2.1.1/16/A/016).

Additional information

The Green Tech Cluster is a cross-industry organization that brings together businesses, education and research institutions as well as other organizations that partially or fully operate in the green and smart technologies sectors. The cluster now has more than 50 members. The cluster aims to promote cooperation between members, to raise the competitiveness of businesses, increase exports, create innovation and new products, as well as to promote international cooperation, promote the transfer of knowledge, to increase resource efficiency and productivity of a product, service, supply or value chain. The cluster also provides a range of experience and information events to ensure that its members and participants get the latest information on successful entry into foreign markets, examples of good practice in export promotion, available state aid, and other issues.