In support of the mission, Future Bridge focuses on sustainability-oriented innovation, lowering emissions without compromising efficiency, aid with energy transition initiatives, embrace the digital era and develop a green value chain. Future Bridge not only concentrates on technology driven topics and sustainability, but also facilitates increased efficiency in all the processes of conventional industry and practice. We work with all key industries which fuel the global economy such as Energy, Manufacturing, Automotive, Airspace and Maritime, Financial Services, Pharma, Food and Agriculture, and others. We contribute and encourage industry transition by bringing Humanity, Ingenuity, and Simplicity. Furthermore, we are fueled by young minds committed to the growth of the industries’ equity and opportunity.
Future Bridge conferences offer a venue for C-level executives, CEOs, senior analysts, managers, innovators, and industry experts to connect and exchange ideas on the future of their respective industries. All our events feature in-depth presentations, insightful panel discussions, and cutting-edge exhibitions to help you stay abreast of the latest trends, innovations, and advancements.
It’s no secret that knowing your competition is a valuable asset. Understanding your strengths and weaknesses — as well as those of your competitors — can give you the upper hand. Future Bridge brings together the world’s most inspiring visionaries and well-renowned experts to help businesses gain insights that will drive them forward. Our exclusive B2B events help you gain invaluable insights into your industry’s competitive landscape.
Our events are designed to spark new ideas, ignite collaborations, and foster innovation. Our conferences encourage meaningful dialogue, in which we bring together industry visioners to inspire change. Future Bridge creates a stimulating and resourceful environment that prompts leaders to achieve their creative potential. We help organizations cultivate innovation to remain dynamic in a fast-paced, ever-changing business environment.
Our conferences enable businesses to meet with prospective clients and position themselves ahead of their competitors. Our industry-tailored events are designed to help you reach your target audience. We welcome CEOs, senior decision-makers, and top managers to our exclusive conferences – don’t let an opportunity to connect with valuable leads slip by. Show end users you’re committed to fostering collaboration and innovation by attending Future Bridge events.
Future Bridge facilitates long-lasting business-to-business relationships by organizing events that allow attendees to interact with each other on a more personal level while building trust and fostering connections that matter. Our conferences encourage collaboration among the brightest minds in the industry. We firmly believe that business connections are the cornerstone of your success. Let us help you cultivate them!
We offer a perfect venue to showcase your product to numerous potential sales leads in your respective industry. Our events attract end users who are looking for new and innovative business solutions. Our exhibitions provide the ideal opportunity to show your brand in a cutting-edge environment and attract potential customers and collaboration prospects with your groundbreaking developments.
Net Zero Food & Beverage Forum: Energy Efficiency and Decarbonisation is aimed at supporting the food and beverage industry by creating a roadmap to carbon neutrality, by operationalising sustainability from upstream to downstream. Additionally, to discuss solutions and strategies for meeting net zero targets, scale up the environmental-friendly manufacturing practices and define and deploy the Zero Loss Culture strategies.
This conference is aimed at supporting the industry to scale up environmentally friendly mining practices, creating a roadmap for greening mines, diagnosing which assets are fit for implementing practices aimed at emission reduction, learning about the technologies enabling: NRMM electrification & hybridization/usage of Hydrogen and other alternative fuels, creating energy storage & charging infrastructure, electrifying underground mining, and overcoming the infrastructural challenges associated with adopting these practices at scale.
Mining 4.0: Striving for Excellence is a conference intended to showcase current mining solutions for productivity, production rates, and cost reduction. Mining executives will share their strategies for extending mine longevity and examine case studies on the transition from manual to automated mining. The event will provide attendees with a roadmap for overcoming the challenges inherent in implementing mining automation and digitalization at scale.
The Global Summit on Scope 3 Emissions Reduction will bring together key industry experts to learn more about reporting strategies & carbon data management in a small-scale, industry-driven event, on 20-21st April 2023 in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. The two-day, hybrid event will feature in-depth case studies of supply chain transformation and carbon accounting, and networking breaks dedicated to exchanging insights and expertise on tackling Scope 3 emissions.
The 2022 Future Bridge hybrid conference was held in Berlin. Over the course of two days, attendees viewed presentations and case studies from industry experts, while enjoying numerous networking activities. The conference was dedicated to the vital need for efficiency in the energy-intensive pharmaceutical industry. Life sciences are 55% more emission-intensive than the automotive industry, and as the world decarbonizes, it is crucial to limit energy expenditure. Pharmaceutical companies need to certify that their facilities are energy efficient to comply with future regulations while still providing the world with life-saving medication.
With 1.2 billion inhabitants and 30 million square kilometers, Africa is often forgotten during the debates about renewable energy. The continent is actually rich in oil, gas, and other valuable fossil fuels. It is also one of the most mineral-rich areas in the world. But inefficiency and poor management have led to an underdeveloped energy industry. Indeed, Africans struggle with electricity supplies in general. So what are the opportunities and possibilities of oil and gas in Africa?
Many European governments reacted to the COVID-19 pandemic by instituting lockdowns. Regional specifics varied, but residents and citizens were generally ordered to stay and work from home, when possible. Worldwide, nearly 4.2 billion were under some form of lockdown. Simulatainusly, the pandemic came with a degree of uncertainty that translated into an economic slowdown. As consumers spent less, companies' energy demands fell. So what can businesses learn from COVID-19’s impact on electricity markets and what should they do in the future?
The food industry needs to understand how to limit its energy consumption and by extension its CO2 emissions. Food production may use up to 30% of global energy and is increasingly under pressure from GHG emission regulations. Companies should make a holistic assessment of where new technology can be implemented. Industry peers are a valuable source of information, as learning from the experiences and mistakes of others is cheaper. Pitfalls to be avoided, case studies, and best practices should all be analyzed to make an informed energy management plan.
Rising energy prices and regulatory pressure to limit GHG emissions both push companies to find every possible solution to save power. There has been significant investment in energy, with nearly $1.9 trillion spent in 2018 alone. But improvements have been unfocused, combining elements of sustainability with general power-management principles. Similarly, technological innovations in AI and machine learning are only recently being applied to energy management. So how can a company employ artificial intelligence to direct its energy strategy?
The state of New Jersey is suing several fossil-fuel companies such as Exxon, Chevron, and BP, for their impact on climate change. More precisely, New Jersey argues that these companies have made deceptive statements about their climate impact. This is commonly referred to as greenwashing, an activity that is coming under more and more scrutiny. Greenwashing has become a hot-button issue in the legislature of many western countries. Future Bridge has created a more thorough overview of greenwashing around the world can be found here. So how does NJ plan to prove its case in court? And why should the industry at-large pay attention?
As the mining industry transitions to a more environmentally friendly, automated, and remote-controlled approach, power is a challenge. Current batteries do not have the capacity for the heavy-duty work needed to extract ore and other materials from the earth. The heat, humidity, and generally harsh conditions of a mine are not conducive to battery longevity. This is all set to change, as a collective effort of nice companies, including Shell, spearhead the effort to develop a fast-charging, high-capacity battery.
If a company exaggerates its environmental impact or claims an environmentally-friendly policy that is not true, it is engaging in greenwashing. So how widespread is this issue? to answer this question, two data points will be considered. First, how do various countries see and persecute greenwashing? It stands to reason that a country that actively combats greenwashing has cases of greenwashing in it. Secondly, what do various research groups say about the amounts of greenwashing from region to region?
The GHG protocol was developed in the late 1990s as a means to create a framework for measuring and managing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Despite its daunting name, the new set of standards mostly influences the terms and definitions used to communicate environmental data. In short, this means standardizations of information. Companies should see the GHG protocol not as a new set of regulations, but as an opportunity to protect themselves from allegations of greenwashing.
Most people imagine monstrously large trucks and drills when they hear the words “mining and metals industry.” This view is partially accurate, as mining uses some of the most cutting-edge, specialized machinery in the world. The industry now also needs to consider the importance of sophisticated software to go with its impressive hardware. Digitalization is the key to enhancing every operation, from increased yields to reduced fuel costs. The time to refocus is now so make sure to explore the five ways that digitalization can benefit an operation.
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“It was really good to see that, even online, the organizers were able to facilitate the interaction between the participants, so I almost felt like we are there, we are all together there…”
“The conference was very well organized. The hybrid event worked nicely, even though it is a challenge to organise a hybrid event in this kind of situation. The presentations and materials at the conference were of good quality, and they attracted quite a lot of discussion and questions. The sponsors also had interesting and fruitful information and service possibilities. I recommend taking part in Future-Bridge’s upcoming events, which are suitable for the participants.”