Top 12 Reasons
1 Anyone with an interest in traction of business involving Graphene and GRMs
2 Anyone wishing to understand barriers to adoption and use of Graphene & GRMs
3 Anyone on a science and technology watching brief for Graphene and GRMs
4 Anyone with a startup or entrepreneurial idea for Graphene or GRMs
5 Anyone with business problems to solve that might be influenced or helped by Graphene or GRMs
6 Those wishing to understand the full uptodate and prioritised range of applications and those nearer to and further from market
7 Anyone wanting to get an IPR landscape & investment level update for Graphene and GRMs
8 Anyone wanting to meet new industrial and business entrants into the Graphene and GRM areas
9 People wanting to build quality networks or ecosystems in this set of fields
10 Sector specific players seeking to access solution providers
11 Solutions providers seeking to understand customer pull in a range of sectors
12 Those in related areas of technology such as nanotech, IoT, cleantech who wish to see the potential and synergies with Graphene and GRMs
FLEXENABLE Ltd, a leader in development and industrialisation of flexible organic electronics, has announced its decision to co-sponsor the Cambridge Graphene Days 2015 (5-6 November).
The Cambridge Graphene Days 2015 is a prime festival of events over two days for networking and learning more about the latest advances in commercialising Graphene and related materials in sectors such as electronics, displays, energy storage, composites, packaging, aerospace & defence and automotive. The special set of events includes a program of events to be held mainly in Cambridge’s newly opened Graphene Building, with an exhibition of technology and tours of labs as well as a media event, conference and dinner at King’s College. Uniquely, leaders will discuss in a structured masterclass, the value network for graphene and GRMs and how barriers to adoption and use can be removed with services and networks.
Chuck Milligan, CEO, FlexEnable commented ”The relevance of graphene and graphene-like materials to flexible electronics for displays and sensors is clear, and we are proud to be co-sponsors of the Cambridge Graphene Days event – and the opening of the Graphene Building in Cambridge. We believe that our unique manufacturing processes for flexible electronics, together with the exponential growth expected in the flexible display and IoT sensor markets, provide enormous opportunity for this exciting class of materials.”
Professor Andrea Ferrari added “We are very much looking forward to our Cambridge Graphene Technology Day on the 5th of November, when we will showcase industrial applications of graphene and related materials. We are also excited to be hosting high value manufacturing-oriented meetings on the site of the Cambridge Graphene Centre”.
For further information on development and industrialisation of flexible organic electronics please visit www.flexenable.com. To learn more about the Cambridge Graphene Days 2015 please visit http://www.hvm-uk.com/graphene2015
With over a decade of experience, IP development and technology awards, FlexEnable works together with customers to drive innovation across flexible sensors, smart systems and video-rate displays. FlexEnable‘s proven technology platform enables new mobile products, wearables, surface displays and imaging systems.
Cambridge Graphene Days event-set, available as a package via CIR here below, include:
a. MASTERCLASS – this includes media event and dinner at King’s College & is CPD Certified (day 1)
b. MEDIA EVENT & TOURS of LABS – with Cambridge University “CEO” & Vice Chancellor, Professor Leszek Borysiewicz FRS FRCP (day 1)
c. EXHIBITIONS of real graphene and GRM technologies (both days)
d. 3rd CIR GRAPHENE BUSINESS CONFERENCE – (day 2) Chaired by Professor Andrea Ferrari, Head, Cambridge Graphene Centre, Chair, Graphene Flagship – Fantastic Panel & Speaker Lineup.
Haydale plc are confirmed Lead Sponsors of #CGD15. All takes place in the BRAND NEW CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY GRAPHENE BUILDING with lab tours available throughout the two days of events.
- Anyone with an interest in traction of business involving Graphene and GRMs
- Anyone wishing to understand barriers to adoption and use of graphene & GRMs
- Anyone on a science and technology watching brief for G and GRMs
- Anyone with a startup or entrepreneurial idea for G or GRMs
- Anyone with business problems to solve that might be influenced or helped by G or GRMs
- Those wishing to understand the full uptodate and prioritised range of applications and those nearer to and further from market
- Anyone wanting to get an IPR landscape & investment level update for G and GRMs
- Anyone wanting to meet new industrial and business entrants into the G and GRM areas
- People wanting to build quality networks or ecosystems in this set of fields
- Sector specific players seeking to access solution providers
- Solutions providers seeking to understand customer pull in a range of sectors
- Those in related areas of technology such as nanotech, IoT, cleantech who wish to see the potential and synergies with G and GRMs
Booking is open at http://www.hvm-uk.com/graphene2015/register
or please call +44 (0)1223 303500 for Maya, Justin or Jacqueline for options to sponsor, exhibit-speak, exhibit, attend this exciting festival of events over 2 days at the opening of the new building for the Cambridge Graphene Centre.
The CIR Team & the CGC look forward to greeting you 5-6 November in Cambridge, UK for CGD15.
Justin, Maya, Jacqueline, Nicholas
Haydale Ltd., a leader in the development of enhanced graphene and nanoparticulate materials, has announced its decision to sponsor the Cambridge Graphene Days (5-6 November 2015).
The Cambridge Graphene Days is a prime event for networking and learning more about the latest advances in commercialising Graphene and related materials in sectors such as electronics, displays, energy storage, composite, packaging, aerospace & defence and automotive. The festival of events includes a program of events to be held mainly in Cambridge’s new Graphene Building, with an exhibition of technology and tours of labs as well as a media event, conference and dinner at King’s College.
Ray Gibbs, CEO of Haydale commented ”The Cambridge hub is one of the pre-eminent places to go for the highest quality science and application skills. As a leading technological solution provider to this rapidly evolving market sector it made great sense to support this centre of excellence covering graphene and related nano materials, . We believe the conferences and workshops at the Cambridge Graphene Days will showcase the adoption and use of the graphene materials in real products. Haydale’s functionalised graphene technology already is providing ground breaking benefits to organisations involved with composite materials, conductive inks and next generation battery technology”.
Professor Andrea Ferrari added “We are very much looking forward to our Cambridge Graphene Day on the 5th of November, when we will showcase industrial applications of graphene and related materials. We are also excited to be hosting high value manufacturing-oriented meetings on the site of the Cambridge Graphene Centre”
For further information on leading edge functionalised graphene application solutions please visit www.haydale.com or contact Haydale Ltd. on +44-1269-842946 / firstname.lastname@example.org.
To book to join and learn more about participating in the Cambridge Graphene Days #CGD15 please visit http://www.hvm-uk.com/graphene2015
Haydale , based in South Wales, UK and housed in a purpose-built facility for processing and handling nanomaterials, is facilitating the application of graphenes and other nanomaterials in fields such as inks, sensors, energy storage, photovoltaics, composites, paints and coatings. Haydale has developed a patent-pending proprietary scalable plasma process to functionalise graphene and other nanomaterials.
Cambridge Graphene Days #CGD15 please visit http://www.hvm-uk.com/graphene2015
There will be less hype about graphene and less naiveté about its automatic dominance. It will be challenged by the full gamut of functional materials, their pricing strategies, manufacturing utilities and applications.
So join us on 15 May – we are already more than half full, bookings are flowing in from senior and eminent guests, and the event is set to bring together some really interesting people.
Book now – speaking roles are complete. But places & exhibition stand positions in great positions for this conference are now limited & continue at lower cost!
CIR Team 2014
The competencies of UK industry as identified by the top institute for manufacturing in the UK, the IfM, are covered by the conferences in HVM and Cleantech in 2013.
CIR is offering a passport for the year, which costs £520 and will enable access to 4 all-day high-quality conferences throughout the year, beginning with Smart Grids & Cleanpower on June 5 and going on to a water-based general Cleantech Conference iWATER & HVM Disruptive on November 5. The typical cost to attend a single conference is £325, and conferences of this type are attended for around £900/day in certain quarters in London, so that this year pass is great value.
In particular, energy generation, management and storage are covered at Smart Grids and Cleanpower, with the themes “Grid of Things” and “Transition Technologies” respectively.
Along with iWATER and HEAT & SHIFT later in the year on 5 November, these cleantech conferences cover business and market growth and the issues of scarcity of energy and other resources.
The second broad category competence mentioned by the IfM is that of competitiveness, efficiency and effective manufacturing systems. This broad area is covered on November 5 at HVM Disruptive – a follow-up to the successful 10th Anniversary HVM Conference in 2012. In particular, the role of government in industry is considered. But the main focus will be on disruptive technologies.
Sectors to be covered across the HVM conference are:
- materials: composites and coatings (inks, adhesives etc)
- nanoelectronics, photonics, devices, sensors,
- energy & storage – as we saw
- biotech applications
More agile methods, such as 3D/additive printing will be covered on November 5 in connection with the new material graphene. These along with the experience economy represent a whole paradigm shift for sustained growth in Western economies.
The whole area of “Smart” through “embedded, connected intelligence everywhere” is covered in the cleantech events on smart grids (June 5), industrial (clean)power generation (June 5), water tech for smart homes and factories (Nov 5).
Building new business models to realise superior value networks is a core competence of CIR Strategy, which organises this year’s series of HVM and cleantech conferences in the Golden Triangle of Cambridge, London and Oxford.
CIR espouses the understanding of value networks rather than supply chains and is expert in advising on these and in designing conferences to bring together the relevant stakeholders in a value network. The rigorous method behind much of this is called “Routes to Value”.
CIR believes that there is excellent growth to be obtained in Western, mature economies that are faltering and growing much more slowly than developing markets. This additional growth and value can be added through service design so that customers can buy and use products and services more easily, and in a more engaging way. This leads to the more developed experience economy. A series of experience services can be called a transformation. Transforming your clients is a goal that all businesses in the UK should be looking to achieve. Doing so would engender the kind of growth that we have seen elsewhere in the world over the last 10-20 years and make a great number of lives in the West and elsewhere better.
Therefore, all five strategic themes within the IfM report for the TSB in 2012 are covered by the HVM and Cleantech Conferences by CIR in 2013. A passport for just £520 can be obtained for executives seeking to go on this journey in 2013, building knowledge, connections and doing business.
CIR very much looks forward to seeing you at the conferences on June 5 and November 5, 2013.
You can sign up for a 2013 HVM and Cleantech passport up to 31 March 2013 by calling us at 01223 303500 or emailing email@example.com. Or you can book directly for a specific conference here (buy tickets).
UK – Breakdown of Government Spending
Pensions = 0%
Healthcare = 0.4%
Education = 2.3%
Welfare = 1.0%
Defence = 2.9%
Safety (police etc) = 0.5%
Transport (trains, roads etc) = 2.7%
Total Government Spending 1910 = 15% of GDP
Pensions = 8.5%
Healthcare = 7.7%
Education = 5.9%
Welfare = 7.2%
Defence = 2.8%
Safety = 1.9%
Transport = 1.1%
Interest on Debts = 2.7%
“Accounting adjustments” = 1.5%
Total Government Spending 2013 = 42% of GDP
Analysis of data: CIR Strategy.