Biotechnology increasingly holds the keys to solving some of our biggest challenges, such as climate change or food insecurity.
Novozymes, the world’s largest industrial biotechnology company, has gone further than any in aligning their business with the UN Sustainable Development Goals to make measurable improvements for their customers, partners, and the world at large. Playing an active part in the global discussion and communicating thiscommitment are significant undertakings.
Join us on April 6 when we hear from Frederik Bjørndal, Novozymes’ Corporate Press Manager for Europe and North America, who recently relocated to New York.
Thursday April 6, 2017 from 6.00-8:00 PM EST
Holland & Knight LLP
31 52nd Street 12th Fl.
New York, NY 10019
6:00-6:15 – Networking
6:15-7:15 – Presentation by Frederik Bjørndal
7:15-8:00 – Networking – with wine, soft drinks and light snacks served
Participants must present ID and arrive 5-10 minutes before start to get through security check.
$20 for members and non-members. All Members who attend will be reimbursed after the event.
RSVP by Tuesday April 4, 2017
World leader in biological solutions
Novozymes produces a wide range of industrial enzymes and microorganisms, and provides innovative answers to some of the world’s most pressing challenges.
The planet’s population is growing, consuming more than ever, and putting a strain on our shared natural resources. Novozymes is helping the world address these challenges. Our innovative biological solutions improve industrial manufacturing processes by saving energy, water, and raw materials, while reducing waste and emissions, and helping make everyday products more sustainable.
Based in New York City; work spanning across Europe and North America with a focus on the New York and London media.
Before leading Novozymes’ North American and European media relations outside of Denmark, Frederik spent three years as public affairs advisor, running the company's key relationship with the World Economic Forum – including planning and executing the executive management’s participation in the annual meeting in Davos.