Chemistry Means Business 2018

Designed for you to forge cross sector connections and network with industry leaders to cultivate business relationships.

Chemistry Means Business is our annual flagship event for industry, connecting start-ups, small and medium enterprises, multinational organisations, and academic entrepreneurs from across the UK and Europe.

Why attend?

  • Opportunities to network with other companies, innovators and decision makers to grow your business
  • Pre-arranged meetings with prospective partner companies and academics
  • Interactive sessions offering ways to make high quality connections with senior representatives from your sector
  • Cross-sector discussion to share knowledge that could offer new ways to tackle innovation challenges
  • Talks and case studies to improve success in key industry sectors

Ticket prices

Daytime Ticket Awards night ticket
RSC Member £220 £130
Non Member £275 £130

All rates exclude VAT

Terms and conditions for events run by the Royal Society of Chemistry

If your company is part of the EnterprisePlus network please get in touch for your discount code or to check if you’re a member.

Emerging Technologies Competition

During the day, shortlisted entrants of our Emerging Technologies Competition will be pitching their ideas to a panel of

expert judges. The competition brings cutting edge science to the real world for the benefit of society. And then Join us for our prestigious awards night where you will have an additional opportunity to network with other delegates and celebrate excellence in the chemical sciences.

Speed up creating your attendance request

If you need to submit a request for funding, or create a business case for attending Chemistry Means Business, this template sets out the key benefits and provides a structure for your letter.

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