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OUTLOOK 2011 - Budapest (Member)

  • Personal Care
  • Hygiene
  • Conference Paper
The leading conference for the personal care nonwoven products supply chain.  Contains 23 papers presented in Budapest (Hungary). Topics covered: markets (geographic, economic), technology & innovation, applications & research, sectors & future growth, market data and information, regulatory landscape and eco/sustainability...
12/10/2011 11:00:00 PM
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€ 100,00

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The leading conference for the personal care nonwoven products supply chain. Contains 23 papers presented in Budapest (Hungary). Topics covered: markets (geographic, economic), technology & innovation, applications & research, sectors & future growth, market data and information, regulatory landscape and eco/sustainability...Summary

Table of Contents
Presentation Speakers 
1. KEYNOTE: In Search of Balance: The Outlook for the Global Economy Robert Ward, Director, Global Forecasting, Economist Intelligence Unit (United Kingdom)
2. Expanding the Envelope, How Optimisation Technology in Nonwovens is Helping to Create New Markets George Kellie, Director, Kellie Solutions Ltd. (United Kingdom)
3. Innovation Management 2020 Jeroen Kemp, Principal, Arthur D. Little (The Netherlands)
4. Not New, but New for You – Recycling and Transferring Existing Knowledge Mathieu Mottrie, Managing Director, CREAX NV (Belgium)
5. The Indian Market for Personal Hygiene Products: Current Status and Trends Samir Gupta, Managing Director, Business Co-ordination House (BCH) (India)
6. Cultural Heritage Versus Business Krystyna Boryk-Józefowicz, Innovation Director, TZMO SA (Poland)
7. Asia Driving the World Market, Potential Gives Way to Reality Ian Bell, Head of Tissue, Hygiene and Home Care Research, Euromonitor International (United Kingdom)
8. EDANA Nonwovens Vision 2020 Abby Bailey, Marketing and Communications Director, EDANA (Belgium)
9. Adult Incontinence: Product Development for Sustainability Rüdiger Kesselmeier, Director Product Development Incontinence Management, Paul Hartmann AG (Germany)
10. Incontinence Care from the Patient’s Perspective Antoinette Zahra, Vice-President, World Federation of Incontinent Patients (WFIP) (Malta)
11. Identifying a Specific Healthcare Problem and Working with Influential and Expert Third Parties to Seek to Improve Continence Care Tracy Stewart, Director General, Absorbent Hygiene Products Manufacturers Association (AHPMA) (United Kingdom)
12. The Impact of Plastics on Life Cycle Energy Consumption and Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Europe Bernd Brandt, Senior Consultant, Denkstatt GmbH (Austria)
13. State of the European Bioplastics Industry Harald Kaeb, Founder, Na.Ro.Con (Germany)
14. Integrating Sustainability into Complex Supply Chains Sven Lundie, Principal Consultant, PE International (Germany)
15. Product Stewardship Vision of EDANA Diana Heelis, Public Affairs Consultant, Kimberly-Clark Europe Ltd. (United Kingdom)
16. And for Generations to Come: Procter & Gamble’s Sustainability Vision Frank Wiesemann, Principal Scientist, Procter & Gamble (Germany)
17. Forest Certification: How Effective is the Forest Stewardship Council? Axel Marx, Research Manager, Leuven Centre for Global Governance Studies (University of Leuven) (Belgium)
18. Environment Retail Management Bernd Hallier, Managing Director, EHI Retail Institute (Germany)
19. Biocides: The Licence to Kill and its Regulatory Limits Barbara Krug, Director Research & Development, BODE Chemie GmbH (Paul Hartmann Group) (Germany)
20. Innovative Technology for the Best Use of Incontinence Products Philippa Lewis, Chief Executive Officer, Simavita Pty Ltd. (Australia)
21. To be or Not to be…Regulated Daryl Scrivens, Vice President Quality Assurance, Hasbro Europe, Member of the Toy Industries of Europe (United Kingdom)
22. The Switch from Push to Pull: How can a Raw Material Supplier Support a New Market Development? Heidi Van Den Hul, Marketing Manager Europe, Lenzing (Austria)
23. Regulating Nanomaterials in Nonwovens – Developments, Discussion and Outlook Steffi Friedrichs, Director General, Nanotechnology Industries Association (Belgium)

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