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Events bioplastics MAGAZINE presents For the third time, bioplastics MAGAZINE and narocon are inviting material suppliers and toy brands to come together for the must-attend conference of the year. The bio!TOY is a unique event that offers not only top-notch presentations from industry powerhouses of both industries but is also an excellent networking opportunity. The goal of the conference is to bring toymakers that are eager for sustainable solutions together with material suppliers that have sustainable solutions but don’t necessarily know all the specific material properties that the vast field of applications, simply called toys needs. A tabletop exhibition invites the exhibitors to show and talk about their products, allowing toymakers to touch, feel, and get a general sense of what is on offer. To make it possible to bring as many stakeholders to the table as possible, from large to tiny, the bio!TOY offers on-site as well as only online-only participation (as it is a hybrid event), but also special discount opportunities for independent designers, small businesses, and students. Please contact the conference team for more information. 21-22 March 2023 – Nuremberg, Germany. Registration is possible via the conference website. bio!TOY: materials for sustainable toys About half of the total environmental and climate footprint of a product is related to the material, the rest is energy utilisation. For toymakers, materials are key to markets and hearts of toy buyers and owners: We love toys because of haptic, design, function, and feelgood. However, today design and materials are rarely supporting the sustainability targets of companies, consumers, or policymakers. The next generation will not accept that. That’s our starting point: We are experts in sustainable materials and at our conference, we will inform you how it can be achieved. The solution is to leave fossil resources and products that are hard to reuse or recycle behind and reach out to better material alternatives: – Biobased polymers from renewable feedstocks which are functional, long-lasting, and fit for circularity – Circular plastics from recycled plastic waste which are safe and fit for application The conference is a showcase on what is available and how it’s done. Listen to the frontrunners in supply / marketing / services and explore ideas and concepts of a growing competent community driving toy sustainability. Become a part of it! Preliminary programme: Toy brands on stage LEGO Mattel Schleich GEOMAG fischertechnik biobuddi Nelleke van der Puil Jason Kroskrity Phillipp Hummel Filippo Gallizia Hartmut Knecht Steven van Bommel Plastic innovators and supply chain on stage Braskem FKUR INEOS Borealis Covation Biomaterials Martin Clemesha Patrick Zimmermann Ralf Leinemann Floris Buijzen Hao Ding Services for a sustainable toy world Circularise ISCC Plus Sustainable Toys Action Consulting STAC Univ. Bologna Hounslow Toy Design AIJU Phil Brown Jasmin Brinkmann Sharon Keilthy, Sonia Sanchez, Harald Kaeb Eleonora Foschi Elise Hounslow Ana Ibáñez-García Policy and framework drivers PlasticsEurope Toy Industry of Europe TIE German Toy Industry Association DVSI Alexander Kronimus Catherine van Reeth Ulrich Brobeil Plus Open Mic Time to stand up and voice your opinion Playfull and inspiring – We will inform and entertain you! (subject to changes, visit for updates) 8 bioplastics MAGAZINE [06/22] Vol. 17

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