6 – Communication, Marketing and Dissemination

Contents.

In this research line, we aim to communicate, market and disseminate the novel aspects of starting value chain design from social development needs (SDG’s).

The project results are discussed in dedicated workshops to align perceptions and factual knowledge and discuss trade-offs of such approaches. Workshops and seminars are organised in collaboration with the consortium partners, to allow broad stakeholder interaction. Further more, project partners will explore marketing and valorizing potential of sustainable maritime biofuel chains by identifying values and interests of potential end-users and their customers (merchant producers) with our findings for further recommendations to the sector.

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Expected Results

  • Communication products.
  • Workshops.
  • Marketing approaches.

Related Publications

2021

Project, Clean Shipping

Project publications will be added soon Journal Article Forthcoming

In: Forthcoming.

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Researchers.

Susan van der Veen, M.Sc.

PhD Candidate of Biotechnology & Society
Section Biotechnology & Society Faculty of Applied Sciences Delft University of Technology

Susan van der Veen, M.Sc.

PhD Candidate of Biotechnology & Society
Section Biotechnology & Society Faculty of Applied Sciences Delft University of Technology

dr. Lotte Asveld

Assistant professor of Biotechnology & Society
Section Biotechnology & Society Faculty of Applied Sciences Delft University of Technology

dr. Lotte Asveld

Assistant professor of Biotechnology & Society
Section Biotechnology & Society Faculty of Applied Sciences Delft University of Technology

Prof. dr. Patricia Osseweijer

Full Professor of Biotechnology & Society, Section Leader
Section Biotechnology & Society Faculty of Applied Sciences Delft University of Technology

Prof. dr. Patricia Osseweijer

Full Professor of Biotechnology & Society, Section Leader
Section Biotechnology & Society Faculty of Applied Sciences Delft University of Technology

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