Northern Light - The Irish Professional Business Network, is delighted to collaboratively host the 2nd event in our webinar series
An Entrepreneur's Journey in Applied Sustainability from Australia to Sweden
The role of sustainability is evolving rapidly. It is creating impacts and opportunities across multiple functional areas and industries. Those effects are not just set to endure, they'll define the future contours of the business landscape - ignore them at your peril!
We will be inviting a wide range of guests over the course of this series. Each guest will be an expert in their specific industry domain and we will discuss with them how they perceive in-the-business, or 'applied' sustainability and what their journey looks like. We will aim to include a mix of start-up entrepreneurs as well as long established Nordic industries across a wide range of segments and domains.
In the 2nd online event on the 6th October 2022, Gary Cass will discuss with Roger Strevens and Rory Moore about his Entrepreneurship journey in the space of bacterial nanocellulose and his start-up learnings from same.
We look forward to (virtually) meeting you all at the event series.
Please note, once registered, you will receive a Google Meets calendar invitation to your inbox within a few days.
This event is open to members of the below Chambers and their guests. If you are not a member and wish to attend, then please contact rory(dot)moore(at)irishchamber(dot)se
Kind Regards from the Boards of the:
Gary Cass originally from Western Australia and now based in Örnsköldsvik in Sweden, has a BSc in Horticulture specialising in microbiology and over 20 years’ experience working with bacterial nanocellulose. In addition to his expertise in microbiology, he has a broad theoretical and practical knowledge across the biological sciences including environmental conversation and molecular biotechnology.
Cass is one of the Founding Directors of Nanollose Ltd (ASX:NC6), a fibre technology company that created Nullarbor fibres - the world’s first plant-free rayon. Cass has published in scientific and artistic journals and books, running international bio-science workshops in Australia and overseas. He has been a key collaborator with numerous international arts and sciences projects, including Fermented Fashion - the first dresses in the world made from wine and beer, that have been exhibited around the world including the Venice Biennale (fringe), Trinity College Science Gallery, Ireland and the Signature Art Prize in Singapore. Fermented Fashion has gained much media coverage including Aol.com appeared in the 2014 Ripley’s Believe It or Not and was part of World EXPO 2015 in Milan.
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