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Welcome to spotlight week on bio-based textiles

A new section of the Bio Market Insights (BMI) website has been launched to continue the sustainability conversation and cover a variety of industry sectors within the bioeconomy which are popular with our readers. It will be called ‘spotlight week’.

We always aim to ensure that the information presented in BMI comes from a range of voices. Overall, our initiative hopes to bring you editorial content that will inform, inspire and empower bioeconomy professionals one week a month.

Collaboration has never been more important than now.

With a mix of features, opinion pieces, and interviews, our themed weeks are an ideal opportunity for you to learn more about a particular sector from industry professionals to give you more in-depth knowledge about key industry trends.

Spotlight week has been launched to serve as a one-stop-shop for this editorial.

This week, BMI debuts its spotlight week and will focus on bio-based textiles.

We will bring you together a mixture of organisations and individuals, including NGOs, brands, professors, manufacturers, and many more, to highlight the issues and trends within bio-based textiles. Watch out for the specially-themed signs (pictured to the left) on the articles to identify them. At the end of the week, you can also access all the reports published on the site in relation to spotlight week on bio-based textiles by clicking here.

Elsewhere, throughout the year we BMI will have special spotlight weeks on feedstocks, chemical recycling, and bio-based materials used for the outdoor industry, among other topics.

Are you interested on getting involved? If you feel that you would like to participate in any of these themed weeks through way of an article, please contact deputy editor Liz Gyekye via liz@biomarketinsights.com


If you were interested bioeconomy story, you may also be interested in the ones below.

Read: 5 Minutes With…Georgia Parker from Fashion for Good.

Read: 5 Minutes With… Jonah Mwangi from Green Nettle Textile.

Read: 5 Minutes With… Mattias Bodin from H&M

Read: Bringing sustainable fashion to the forefront of the UK’s high-street.

Read: Nettle fibre producer and lab-made leather maker pick up top award for helping to make fashion sustainable.

Read: WRAP announces textiles recycling and reuse grant

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