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Would you like to pitch P&G your circular or bio-based solution?

We are delighted to bring you details today of a hugely exciting opportunity – multinational consumer goods giant P&G (Procter & Gamble) and the Biobridges project have teamed up to launch a call for innovative circular and bio-based solutions to answer brand’s specific needs in this area.

On the 24th of June 2020, in the context of an international webinar, industries, SMEs, Start-ups, research centres, and other bio-based solution providers, will have a unique opportunity to pitch their ideas to P&G and start a proactive market dialogue with them, discussing the pros and cons of possible solutions to address the specific challenges pre-identified by the brands.

Why to apply? To get your circular economy and bio-based solution considered by a global brands and to grab the opportunity to initiate a market dialogue with them! Organised by BioBridges (@BiobridgesH2020).

Who can apply? Bio-based industries, SMEs, start-ups, research centres, EU funded projects.

What type of circular and bio-based solutions P&G is looking for?

  • Bio-based liquid solutions for electric shavers cleaning systems (P&G -Braun)
  • Bio-based plastic or alternative disposable cartridge for electric shavers cleaning system (P&G – Braun)
  • Circular and/or Bio-based solutions and materials for manual toothbrushes (P&G – Oral-B)

If this is of interest then the deadline is the 5th June 2020.

More information and detailed description of the challenges identified by P&G can be found here.

To apply click here.

For additional information, please contact

You may also be interested in… 

Read: P&G brands Pantene and Ariel aim to drive circular supply chain with recycled PET product boost.

Read: P&G and TerraCycle to recycle ocean plastic for 320,000 eco-bottles.

Attend: World Bio Markets 2020 (November 2-4, Amsterdam) 

Network and engage: WBM Connect. 

Read: Bio-based detergent launched by P&G’s Tide brand.

Read: 5 Minutes With… Guillaume Lebert from P&G.


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