Invitation for Final Event BioBoost 2020

The circular economy is becoming increasingly important for the horticulture (greenhouse) sector. There are many challenges to overcome. Circular entrepreneurship requires innovation and new thinking. The horticultural sector in particular can make a difference and offer solutions for these challenges.

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Based on the experiences gained in the BioBoost project and the various pilots, the possible new solutions will be shared during the final conference ( This will be a great opportunity to share knowledge and to gain new ideas about biobased innovations and how to get higher value from waste products.


Date & time

  • Date: April 22, 2020
  • Time: 12.00 - 17.30


  • World Horti Center, Europa 1, Naaldwijk (Westland)
  • The Netherlands

For whom?

The circular economy will affect everyone in the horticultural chain. Growers, seed breeders, traders, financiers, policy makers, transporters. Everyone in the horticultural chain will have to deal with changes in the chain and will have to start producing more sustainably. In addition to getting new information and ideas, this event is an excellent opportunity for networking and whole supply chain collaboration.

See, feel and ‘taste’ the results!

The congress will also have a market where you can see products that are the result of the many pilots of the project. Feeling and tasting what circularity entails. In addition, you can start a conversation with the initiators to hear first-hand what it means to develop a new product. We hope that it inspires to new business ideas to new business ideas too, which we would be happy to discuss with you.


Various speakers will discuss the future of the circular horticulture and the lessons learned from the project. Speakers explain how (technical, organisational / social and financial) they have contributed to the step towards a more circular economy.

The event starts at 12 a.m. with a walk-in lunch and ends at 5.30 p.m. followed by a networking drink. Read the full program here.