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Future of Homecare Cleaning Products Europe 2024

Date: 19th June 2024 - 20th June 2024 Location: London - UK

The Future of Homecare Cleaning Products Europe 2024 conference, organised by ACI, promises to be a ground-breaking event set to provide a much-needed boost to the landscape of the homecare cleaning products industry. Scheduled for the 19th & 20th June in London, this conference will bring together senior-level executives from detergent manufacturers, surfactant and other raw material suppliers, chemical packaging providers, chemical regulatory bodies and associations, leading academics and consultants in the field.

The conference’s central theme revolves around innovation, sustainability, and consumer-centric approaches within the homecare cleaning product sector. As the global demand for effective yet environmentally friendly cleaning solutions continues to surge, this event aims to provide a platform for thought leaders to discuss and shape the future of the industry.

One of the key focal points of the conference is innovation. Attendees can expect to explore cutting-edge technologies and novel product formulations that are revolutionising the way we clean our homes. From smart cleaning appliances to advanced chemical formulations, the conference will delve into the latest developments that promise to enhance efficiency and convenience in home cleaning.

Sustainability is another critical theme at the forefront of the conference. With an increasing emphasis on eco-friendly and socially responsible practices, the event will feature discussions on sustainable sourcing, green packaging, and biodegradable cleaning agents. Industry leaders will share insights on how to reduce the environmental footprint of homecare cleaning products while meeting consumer expectations.

Consumer preferences are constantly evolving, and understanding these changes is vital for industry success. The Future of Homecare Cleaning Products Europe 2024 will provide a comprehensive view of consumer trends and demands in the homecare sector. Attendees can gain valuable insights into the changing dynamics of consumer behaviour and how to adapt their product offerings accordingly.

ACI’s Future of Homecare Cleaning Products Europe 2024 conference promises to be an essential event for anyone involved in the homecare cleaning industry. With its focus on innovation, sustainability, and consumer-centric approaches, it is set to shape the future of home cleaning products and inspire a new era of cleaner, greener, and more efficient solutions. Industry professionals cannot afford to miss this opportunity to gain insights, make connections, and drive positive change in the homecare cleaning sector.

Details

Start:
19th June 2024
End:
20th June 2024
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Contact

Name:
Sam Midwood – Content
Phone:
+44 (0) 20 3141 0218
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Dimitri Pavlyk – Marketing & Delegate Sales
Phone:
+44 (0) 203 141 0610
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Gracjan Furmanek – Delegate Sales
Phone:
+48 616 467 042
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Abhishek Shankar – Sponsorship
Phone:
+44 20 3141 0621
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Luca Mircoli – Logistics
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+44 20 3141 0619
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Venue

Holiday Inn London-Kensington
Wrights Lane Kensington
London, W8 5SP United Kingdom

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  • Holistic Overview of European and Global Markets in Homecare Cleaning
  • Key Regulation Changes Affecting the Homecare Cleaning Industry
  • Improvements to Enable an Optimal Supply Chain
  • Assessing Current State of Natural and Synthetic Raw Materials
  • Capitalising on Homecare Cleaning Product Performance
  • Solutions to Reduce Costs in Manufacturing and Transport of Homecare Products
  • Technology Innovations Influencing Household Cleaning Products
  • Evaluating Developments in Bio-Surfactants
  • Enhancing Current Strategies for CO2 and Other Sustainability Targets
  • Assessing Consumer Interactions to Improve Economy and Sustainability

Florian Vernay, Global Head of Sustainability and Communications – Homecare, Unilever

Francois Simal, Product Principal, ExxonMobil

Carmen Lerga, Innovation Lead, INEOS Hygienics

Christoph Groß-Heitfeld, R&D Manager – Fabric/Homecare and I&ISasol

Max Chabert, Global Marketing Manager – Home & Hygiene, Solvay

Andre Chieffi, Senior Manager – Surface Science Platform, Reckitt

Virginia Sanchez Gonzales, Senior Marketing Manager of Surfactants – Homecare, Cepsa

Maria Grazia La Placa, Project Officer, European Commission

Matt Wood, Senior Chemist, Cleenol Group

Alexandra Trambitas,  Head of Applied Innovation – Cleaning Segment EMEA, Evonik

Sidharth Ramanand, Senior Research Scientist, Novonesis

Richard Meads, Senior Consultant, The Huggard Consulting Group

Jon Dutton, Commercial Director, Libra Chemicals

Vassilis Economides, Partner, L.E.K. Consulting

Pete Rosier, Head of Branding, Homethings

Jasmine Brinkmann, Senior System Manager, ISCC

Anna Zhenova, Founder & CEO, Green Rose Chemistry

Mansur Sultani, Senior Consultant, CICA/ RSC Consultancy Group 

  • Homecare cleaning product manufacturers
  • Surfactant and other raw material suppliers
  • Product distributors
  • Chemical packaging providers
  • Chemical regulatory bodies and associations
  • Leading consultants in chemicals and sustainability
  • Senior academics

Evonik’s REWOFERM® Biosurfactants revolutionize the cleaning market

REWOFERM® Biosurfactants combine powerful cleaning performance with highest sustainability standards. They are produced by a mild fermentation process using renewable, locally sourced raw materials and eliminating the need for tropical oils. Those gamechangers offer an exceptionally low aqua toxicity and biodegradability enabling circular economy. REWOFERM® Biosurfactants are especially mild to skin and offer a unique hand feel.

 Consumer awareness and climate change is driving the industry to develop more sustainable cleaning solutions. The trend to more sustainable cleaning products is already diversely reflected on the market for home care products. REWOFERM® Biosurfactants helps brands to differentiate in the market segment for green home care products by enabling new claims and benefits.

 Alexandra will present Evonik´s product portfolio of biosurfactants and how it enables powerful cleaning combined with unique mildness.


Novonesis is a global company leading the era of biosolutions. By leveraging the power of microbiology with science, we are transforming the way the world produces, consumes and lives. In more than 30 industries, our biosolutions are already creating value for thousands of customers and benefiting the planet. Our 10,000 people worldwide work closely with our partners and customers to transform business with biology. Our biosolutions enable feeding and fueling the world more sustainably, from healthy and sustainable nutrition to biofuel. Our biosolutions also reduce the use of fossil-based resources, chemicals, energy and water.
Let’s better our world with biology.

Novonesis | The time for biosolutions is now

 


 

Eurofins Consumer Product Testing is a leading global network of testing laboratories in Europe including the UK, US, Asia and Australia.

Eurofins Consumer Product Testing UK provides a one stop solution for formulators, manufacturers, retailers and brands. We work with leading companies offering a range and mix of testing services to meet their exact needs.

Eurofins Consumer Product Testing UK will support the development and delivery of compliant and safe products. Product claims are substantiated with a range of quality testing solutions.

Our detergent and biocide service and testing portfolio includes:

  • Product performance tests to deliver benchmarking and support claims
  • Analytical testing including confirming product specifications and certificates of analysis
  • Clinical skin compatibility tests under Dermatological control including patch & HRIPT to support claims such as Hypoallergenic and Suitable for Sensitive Skin
  • Biodegradability testing including OECD standards with or without GLP and wider Ecotoxicity studies
  • Microbiology & Stability studies including Challenge Testing
  • Biocidal activity including both bacteria and virus efficacy
  • REACH/CLP testing
  • Consultancy services
  • Factory audits

For more information please contact [email protected] or call the team on 0161 868 7600.


ACI has put together a range of packages to suit your requirements. These range from branding options, to full scale partner solutions and can be tailored to meet your objectives and budgets.

If you are launching a new product or service and wish to gain visibility and brand recognition within your industry, contact us today!

For commercial opportunities, please contact:

 

Abhishek Shankar

Tel: +44 (0) 20 3141 0621

Email: [email protected]

 

 

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UKCPI is the leading trade association representing UK producers of cleaning and hygiene products – from laundry, dishwashing, household disinfectants, home care and air care, to the professional cleaning and hygiene products used in industrial and institutional applications.
We work in partnership with our stakeholders including policy makers, the public and the media, to inform public discussions about cleanliness, hygiene and sustainable cleaning.

Find out more at www.ukcpi.org and follow us on Linked In and X @ukcpi_cleaning.



ICEA is a non-profit consortium involving institutions, associations, companies and civil society organizations, which for over twenty years have contributed to the dialogue and promoted the development of organic farming in Italy even before it became normed.
It verifies and certifies several thousand companies that work in respect of people and the environment, protecting the dignity of workers and the rights of consumers.

https://icea.bio/


Fecc is the voice of the Chemical Distribution Industry in Europe. With a growing membership of companies and national associations, Fecc represents around 1,600 companies of which many are small and medium sized companies (SMEs). Fecc and its members contribute to innovation and sustainability besides adding value in the supply chain, by sourcing, developing, marketing, and distributing a wide range of specialty chemicals and ingredients to over one million downstream users ranging from automotive, electronics, paint, construction to pharmaceutical, cosmetics, food and nutrition industries, each with their own specialised needs. The Chemical distribution industry in Europe employs more than 30,000 people and has an annual sales leverage of approximately €28 billion.

https://www.fecc.org/

Worldofchemicals is an online chemical portal (B2B industry) based in India. As an extension of the portal, we have our Chemical Today Magazine covering chemistry and chemical industry. Chemical Today is a top selling chemical magazine around the world. The magazine is designed to deliver the most relevant trends and technologies. It caters highly useful articles, case studies, views & visions of industry leaders and information on the latest products, research, innovations & process equipment. Chemical Today comprehensively covers national & international current affairs, upcoming projects, events and other significant research & development in the chemical industry. Created by a group of industry veterans associated with the global chemical industry for over two decades, the World of Chemicals portal is a ‘one stop solution’, for the chemical fraternity.

Moving a step further, Chemical Today Media now organizes virtual conferences & webinars for the chemical industry which helps to connect with many corporate audiences from the chemical industry  and in turn creates brand awareness for the company.
Chemical Today TV: Showcases- Industry Experts Viewpoint, Management Interviews and Discussions

https://www.worldofchemicals.com/

www.ofimagazine.com


The OILS & FATS INTERNATIONAL (OFI) portfolio has been serving the oil crops and animal fats industry since 1985, offering publishing, events, online exposure and social media connections to this global industry.

The OFI magazine is published eight times a year with a total worldwide circulation of 6,300 and an estimated net readership exceeding 32,500. Additional printed copies are included within the delegate welcome packs at significant industry events. The digital ‘page turn’ edition reaches over 12,946 recipients.

Each issue looks at the entire oils and fats supply chain including feedstocks; commodity trading; transport, storage & logistics; processing, technology & instrumentation; as well as trends, legislation and statistics. Topical subjects are covered including biofuels, biotechnology, renewable materials & oleochemicals; and sustainability.

The OFI weekly newsletter delivers the most important news in the oils and fats industry to approximately 13,000 inboxes every week and can be received free of charge via this link:  www.ofimagazine.com/e-newsletter

For further information on OFI, contact:

Mark Winthrop-Wallace, Sales Manager, [email protected], +44 1737 855114

Serena Lim, Editor [email protected], +44 1737 855066

www.ofimagazine.com


ASD Media is an online media company. We provide professionals in dedicated markets with news, intelligence, and interaction opportunities. During the last five years we developed dedicated websites for events, reports, news distribution and source data, and changed the name of the ASD-Network to ASDNews to emphasize the news focus.

http://www.asdmedia.nl/


NobleNetSM is a specialist professional network for people in connected Science and Technology based industries including Energy, Resources, Chemicals, Materials, Biosciences, Food, Environmental, Manufacturing, Digital Technology and more. Please join us if you have interest in these sectors. Membership is free.

www.noblenet.co 

At the event we strive not only to bring you to the same location at the same time as your customers/suppliers/peers, we strive to ensure you meet face-to-face with each and every one of your target contacts and to provide you with the time you need to have multiple unhurried conversations with them and build a lasting business relationship:

• A pre-event informal introduction the evening before the conference
• A minimum of five hours’ networking built into the two day conference agenda
• A networking grid which enables you to make your target contacts aware you are looking for them
• The option to join either social drinks or dinner during the evening of Day One
• ACI’s on-site team will assist you in locating your hard-to-find target contacts & make face-to-face introductions

Of course, if there is anybody you are unable to meet over the two days, ACI’s event team will do their best to initiate contact after the event.

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