“We have dreamed of this moment. We are in an area [Madeira] With huge access barriers. The money will help us with patent cases, recruiting resources and conducting further testing. Recognition will help with communications and partnerships.
This is how Thiago Gomez, CEO of startup Bio Reboot, reacted when he won this award in an announcement made by Fernando Frade, from the Board of Directors of Novo Verde.
“It is not only the monetary value, it is also the emotional value… very strong,” said the young Madeira, who tomorrow will be one of the speakers at the “Circular Madeira, Circular Models and Strategies in Companies” seminar. An event in partnership with JM and will be held at the Electricity Museum – Casa da Luz with the aim of educating about sustainability, innovation and the environment.
Thiago Gomez will talk about the “paradigm shift”. “Personal experience,” one day after his work was recognized. This is a project that, as reported by Expresso – the media partner of the Packaging Companies Awards – began three years ago and aims to use biodegradable seed trays to replace single-use plastic trays and bags in agriculture. This project competed with three other projects, equally linked to sustainability and the environment.
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