RDIF and CDC International Capital deepen their collaboration and announce the allocation of up to 25% of their joint fund to be invested in SMEs with attractive expansion projects on the Franco-Russian axis20-12-2017
The first company to benefit from this SME support plan is Olmix Group, a leading French producer of algae-based solutions for Animal Care, Plant Care and Human Care.
Ms Matard-Mann defended her doctoral thesis on December 7 before a jury of seven scientific experts, at Roscoff Marine Station (France).
MFeed+ (Olmix China), Olmix’s natural feed additive based on Olmix patented Algae and Clay technology, was awarded for the ‘Innovative Product’ category.
Last November, Olmix Group participated in the VI Redealgas Workshop in Arraial do Cabo, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The company was represented by Dr Raquel Pereira, Technical Coordinator in South America, who delivered a lecture on the Olmix Group diverse fields of activity.
Olmix Group took part in the Vietnam Foodexpo symposium programme in Ho Chi Minh City (Vietnam, 15-18 November), held by the Embassy of France and the Vietnamese Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development. Mr Quang Thanh Trinh, Olmix Asia Director, gave an overview of the huge potential of algae for a consistent food and health chain, the company’s global vision and the latest updates on the Olmix Group activities in the Asian market.
To be held in Paris on December 12, the ceremony will shine the spotlight on those companies renowned for their focus on innovative technologies, product or services, with a significant impact in social, economic, industrial and environmental terms.
COP23 is now underway in Bonn, Germany (6-17 November). At the event, Hervé Balusson, Olmix Group CEO & President, demonstrated the company’s commitment to mitigating climate change by contributing to the ‘Financing the Bioeconomy’ panel discussion held by the European Investment Bank on Monday, 13 November.
Mr Hervé Balusson, Olmix Group President and CEO, along with several members of the Breizh Algae School (Saint-Étienne-du-Gué-de-l’Isle, France), attended the official launching of the Blue Train project, a new programme promoted by the Station biologique de Roscoff and supported by 25 collaborative partners from the public and private sector in France.