INTRODUCING & WELCOME: Marthe GLONNER | QMarkets | Marthe Glonner is burning for innovation.

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Marthe Glonner | Senior Commercial Manager | Qmarkets

WORKSHOP: INNOVATION MANAGEMENT – UP- & DOWNSTREAM for a better FUTURE

After graduating from the Schloß Salem School near the Bodensee, and holding various key roles in France and the UK, she completed an Advanced Business Certification as Administrative Assistant in Berlin and studied economic sciences at Ludwig-Maximilian-University in Munich, with a focus on strategic management and marketing. Afterwards she worked for “genua”, a medium-sized German company for IT-security solutions as a key account manager. Her responsibilities were to support complex global accounts in close coordination with customers, product development and delivery in a high-end market. Major public sector agencies like the German Federal Government and  the City of Munich were just a few of her key accounts.

Since April 2017, Marthe is responsible for leading Operations and directing Qmarkets German, Swiss and Austrian Teams. She is happy to share a variety of success stories from Qmarkets customers all over the world and help companies to be successful in a globalized and fast changing world.

Marthe lives with her family in the Munich area.

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QMARKETS

Inspired by the philosophy of “The wisdom of the crowds”, Qmarkets was founded in 2006, with the goal of developing a software that will help organizations exploit the collective opinion of a group of stakeholders for making better business decisions.

Today Qmarkets is the leading provider of collective intelligence solutions for enterprises from a wide range of business sectors. With offices in the US, Europe & Australia and with the R&D center in Israel, Qmarkets is the principal provider of idea & innovation management software with a true global footprint.

In addition to our idea & innovation management software, we offer a wide suite of collective intelligence solutions, including CrowdVoting, collaborative process improvement, a dedicated tech-scouting platform, prediction markets, specialized hackathon platform, disruptive innovation engine and live workshop software. Our suite of solutions enable organizations to collaborate with their stakeholders, employees or customers, discovering valuable groundbreaking ideas while running an effective and efficient process.

As we continue to grow, we still strive to stay true to our core values and to work with each and every client on configuring a solution that will fit their exact innovation management needs and requirements. As always, we are 100% committed to all our clients and users that help us prove every day that the wisdom of the crowds can provide amazing business results.

Qmarkets – idea management & innovation management software

WELCOME & INTRODUCTION: Dr. GERTRUDE EDER | MODERATOR @THE CONFERENCE 2018

 

Gertrude Eder

Gertrude Eder is an independent business consultant with a focus on Leadership, General Management and Organisation, Strategy and Business Development, Industrial Marketing and Branding, Coaching of Managers and Junior Managers.

Gertrude Eder spent most of her business life in the paper industry and trade, having been managing director of Brigl &Bergmeister GmbH for about 14 years and recently MD of Roxcel GmbH.

She started her career as marketing Manager in Leykam-Mürztaler (now mills of the Sappi Group and Norske Skog resp) and was sales manager at Hamburger/Rieger (now Prinzhorn Group).

Gertrude Eder is a graduate of Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien.

THE CONFERENCE welcomes TANJA FELL, Msc. | Fraunhofer Institute for Process Engineering and Packaging IVV | IVV · Department of Process Development for Polymer Recycling

 

TANJA FELL, MSc.

 

Tanja Fell holds a Master of Science degree in Food Processing. She works as senior scientist at Fraunhofer Institute for Process Engineering and Packaging IVV since October 2011.

As a member of the group of process development for polymer recycling, there she leads many industrial and research projects in the field of packaging recycling.

She develops processing concepts (recycling concepts) for packaging materials (for petrochemical and bio-based polymers). One of their main tasks is the process development for the separation of composite materials by using the CreaSolv® Process. In addition, she deals with the evaluation of the recyclability of packaging materials and with the reduction of odors in plastic waste or recyclates.

  • CONFERENCE TOPIC
    • Packaging Recycling „Opportunities and Challenges“
    • Packaging recycling (Collecting, Sorting, Recycling-Technologies)
    • Packaging and its challenges during recycling
    • Recycling-friendly packaging design
    • Plastics recycling via CreaSolv® Process (Examples)

 

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Fraunhofer Institute for Process Engineering and Packaging IVV | IVV · Department of Process Development for Polymer Recycling

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Mission Statement

The Fraunhofer IVV stands for high-quality food products and safe, effective, and convenient packaging systems. Efficient use of raw materials and minimal environmental impact are priorities in all our development work. We also transfer our technologies and expertise to applications outside the food and packaging industries. Companies and research organizations appreciate the Fraunhofer IVV as a business partner. People are inspired by our research work and the resulting products.

Department: Process Development for Polymer Recycling
Field: Recycling of packaging waste

We use our expertise in process engineering, chemical engineering, and recycling to develop processes for recycling plastic packaging materials and in particular packaging films. In general these films require a complex multilayer structure involving different polymers in order to meet today’s technical and optical demands. Recycling into high-quality individual polymers is not possible using currently available separation technologies. To address this situation, we are using our patented CreaSolv® Process to develop customized solutions for both post-consumer waste and post-industrial waste. This process dissolves the target polymers as mono-materials from the composite film and processes these into high-quality regranulates for use in new packaging materials. In parallel we are developing recyclable packaging solutions and verifying these using commonly used separation technologies.

We are also researching and optimizing the circular economy and/or cascade systems for biopolymers such as PLA