TBB. is a two-day international networking event that connects leading industries and bright minds from business start-ups, leading energy companies and SME’s to enable tomorrow’s sustainable energy solutions today.
• You will discover the latest market trends, innovative technologies and business models that are changing the way that we deal with energy.
• You will be exposed to over 150 groundbreaking innovations to enhance your company’s technology roadmaps and access to new markets.
• Optimise your company’s R&D investment and minimise risk, by collaborating with our exhibitors, early-stage companies and projects that have been through KIC InnoEnergy’s demanding process, reinforcing their potential and chances of commercial success.
• TBB. provides a unique opportunity to network with industry leaders, share knowledge, gather inspiration from renowned speakers and become part of an exclusive community of game-changers.
Make your mark and contribute to creating the future of sustainable energy and accelerate your chances of success. The future of sustainable energy is already happening. TBB. provides you with the opportunity to be part of it!
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