Algae Planet Signs Collaboration Agreements with EABA and DLG

Algae Planet Signs Collaboration Agreements with EABA and DLG

A note from the editor…

Today marks the first hundred days of publishing of Algae Planet. We greatly appreciate the warm reception we have received from our readers, and we commend the great work being done around the world to advance algae’s positive influence on society and the planet.

To that end it gives us great pleasure to announce the signing of agreements with the European Algae Biomass Association (EABA) and DLG Benelux (DLG), the organizers for EABA’s annual AlgaEurope gathering, to mutually support each other’s efforts. The collaboration agreement struck with EABA will create a pipeline for news and information directly to and from the European algae community, as well as benefits from each other’s international networks and expertise.

Algae Planet and DLG’s exclusive contract designates Algae Planet as the main media partner for the next two annual AlgaEurope conferences. For several years AlgaEurope has been one of the most comprehensive global conferences about science, technology and business in the Algae Biomass sector. The success of the conference has been in large part due to the close cooperation between EABA and DLG Benelux. The agreement with Algae Planet will expose more international readers to the opportunities presented by this major industry event.

The next AlgaEurope conference will be held from December 7th-9th, 2021, once again in a virtual format. In 2022, the AlgaEurope conference will return to its physical format in Rome, Italy.

The European algae industry is thriving, and we are pleased to establish a direct connection with the EABA and DLG. Our mission from the start has always been to provide communications between algae sectors across the globe and this new channel of information coming from EABA member organizations will enhance our ability to do that.

Thank you, dear readers, for your interest and support!

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