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Bioeconomy Market Navigator

Find Bioeconomy players in Baden-Wuerttemberg

Industrial bioeconomy as an alternative to the fossil-based economy

Industrial bioeconomy stands for the development of industrial processes that use biological resources or principles to produce valuable materials or offer services.

With the Bioeconomy Market Navigator, we offer Baden-Württemberg providers of bioeconomic services, processes and products a platform on which they can present themselves and their offerings.



Bioökonomie Marktnavigator

Find bioeconomy players

Discover high-performance bioeconomy companies from Baden-Württemberg in the Bioeconomy Market Navigator.

What can the Bioeconomy Market Navigator do?

Turning waste into recyclable material: Do you have biogenic residues that you used to dispose of via biowaste? You know that there are important ingredients in the waste that you want to use? Then search in the Market Navigator with "Products from secondary raw material sources" for a corresponding supplier.

Form partnerships: You produce a bioeconomy product, but you lack market access. Find the right bioeconomy player to support you in your project.

The most important advantages at a glance:

  • Company profiles with image and video material on products, processes and services
  • Information on references and innovation successes
  • Information on foreign activities and R&D projects
  • Integrated web tool for translating company profiles into relevant market languages

Strengthen your alternatives to the fossil-based economy.

Contact person

Johannes Kurz

M. Sc. Johannes Kurz

Gesamtprojektleiter Bioökonomie

Umwelttechnik BW GmbH
Kleiner Schlossplatz 13
70173 Stuttgart

Strengthen partnerships! The Bioeconomy Market Navigator is our network offer for all actors in the bioeconomy. In the SMART Innovation Podcast, project manager Johannes Kurz tells us more about the new platform and the bioeconomy.

The Bioeconomy Market Navigator is a service provided by Umwelttechnik BW, the State Agency for Environmental Technology and Resource Efficiency (UTBW), and is funded by the Baden-Württemberg Ministry for the Environment, Climate Protection and the Energy Sector.