Enjoy a virtual visit to UBQ, while we put the finishing touches on our new website.
UBQ received an honorable mention from the Fast Company's World Changing Ideas Awards 2019 for redefining recycling and enabling no waste to be wasted!
Great to see the waste and recycling crisis noted in the Health and Wellness category.
World Changing Ideas is one of Fast Company’s major annual awards programs and is focused on social good, seeking to elevate finished products and brave concepts that make the world better. A panel of eminent judges from multiple industries selected winners, finalists and candidates for honorable mentions from a pool of more than 2,000 entries, including companies in the food, energy, and developing world technology sectors; chosen based on feasibility and the potential for impact. With a goal of awarding ingenuity and fostering innovation, Fast Company draws attention to ideas with great potential and helps them expand their reach to inspire more people to start working on solving the problems that affect us all.
Please follow the link to read more about all the finalists mentioned in the Awards.
UBQ Materials is proud of our CEO Jack (Tato) Bigio who brought home the Best Pitch Award from the InQbet Accelerator in Brussels.
After being backed by the European Innovation Council (EIC), and hand-picked out of hundreds of SMEs to pitch our business case at the event, Jack (Tato) Bigio traveled to Brussels to represent UBQ Materials.
We are grateful to the European Innovation Council (EIC) for backing UBQ and to have had the opportunity to meet representatives from some of the leading corporates in Europe including P&G, Solvay, Umicore and to present our business.
We are honored to have won the prestigious award for the “Best Use of Alternative Feedstocks” here at the Bio Market Insights Conference. It's been an incredible few days sharing our story of transforming household waste into a virtually infinitely renewable material. The World Bio-Based Markets platform is critical to showcase the growing trend toward effectively close the loop on waste disposal, bridge the material demand growth gap all while supplying sustainable climate positive materials reducing significant GHG emissions.
We would like to thank Quantis International, SYSTEMIQ , ESG Matters, and Vireo Advisors for all their support in proving that UBQ Material is indeed the ‘Most Climate Positive Material’ available on the market today.”
Congratulations to this year's winners in other categories!
Bio-Based Product of the Year
Winner - Corbion and Green-Basilisk - SENTIALL for self-healing concrete.
Bio-Based Chemical Innovation of the Year
Winner - Microvi - MNE biocatalyst
Best use of alternative feedstocks
Winner – UBQ Materials
Winner – Stella McCartney
Bio-based industry story of the year.
Winner – Croda officially launches new 100% bio-based surfacants.
Van T’Hoff Institute for molecular sciences poster of the year
Winner – Meghan Wilson, The Green Octane Project
Bio Stars 5x5 Pitch Winner
Winner – Cellutech