bio!TOY: biobased materials in toy applications

bio!TOY: The unique new conference by bioplastics MAGAZINE

The bio!TOY conference is aimed at reflecting the trend towards using biobased polymers for toy applications.

Since quite a while bioplastics MAGAZINE has been exploring and reporting about the toy application sector for biobased and biodegradable plastics.

Now, for many good reasons bioplastics MAGAZINE together with our partner narocon (Dr. Harald Käb) decided to launch a new conference, the 1st bio!TOY, bringing together the whole value chain, i.e. the material suppliers, converters and the toy makers.

The conference will be organised by bioplastics MAGAZINE in close cooperation with narocon and supported by the German Toy Manfacturer Association DVSI.

The 2 day-conference will be held on the 27th and 28st of March 2019 in Nürnberg, Germany - the Toy-City.

We’d like to invite everyone who is interested to create a good forum of professionals to exchange news and views and develop or drive business collaboration.

We found that diversification and positioning in the toy sector is an ambition the bioplastics industry already has revealed in the past few years. Furthermore, toy markets and marketeers demonstrated increased interest to adopt bioplastics and address sustainability and safety issues with that move.

Call for papers is now open:
We would like to invite raw material suppliers as well as toy-makers to present their materials and products in a presentation. Please also consider to become an exhibitor in the accompanying tabletop exhibition. In addition we offer a variety of sponsoring opportunities which create media and PR benefits. 
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with an early bird discount will be available soon.

The programme will also be published here soon.


bio!TOY 2017

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Below you can see videoclips of other past conferences of bioplastics MAGAZINE

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