The Multicycle project held a successful kick-off meeting in Brussels on 28th November 2018. This new three-year EC Horizon 2020 Innovation Action, coordinated by Iris Technology Group, combines solid science with industrial and commercial involvement across the plastics value chain, and includes research and technology organisations, polymer and fibre producers/recyclers, specialist compounders, manufacturers and converters, along with specialists in life cycle analyses and activities to ensure project dissemination, exploitation and impact. Together they comprise an eco-system uniting the infrastructure, knowledge, expertise, services and industry value chain needed to deliver on the project’s goals and contribute towards both the SPIRE and the broader EU sustainability objectives.
Inlecom will offer services to identify protect and file strategic IP produced by the Multicycle project. It will ensure that the IP and exploitable results will align with the planned go-to market efforts of the partners and will seek for additional venture capital/angel investor funding to assist the sustainability of the project after its completion.