Mr Inigo Charola, Business Development Director
Europe 2015 Presentation - Graphenea*
Europe 2015 Audio Presentation - Graphenea*
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Graphenes will find many uses in both existing and new applications. A range of graphene production technologies are available but focus on a few promising platforms will be key to develop successful applications. This strategy will facilitate the use and advance the performance of graphene materials. For graphenes to become successful, several things need to happen:
• Material must be customized to the specific application
• Production must be scaled up to match application needs
• Price must reflect value in use
Speaker Biography (Inigo Charola)
Iñigo Charola is Business Development Director at Graphenea. He has an extensive experience in industrial related products at marketing and sales positions. He started his career at ASSA ABLOY, a global leader in security products, then as Sales and Marketing Director at an industrial processes private company. Before joining Graphenea he is been working in the Electronic Manufacturing Services industry as a Sales Director. He holds a Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration from University of Wales, a Master in Marketing and Sales Management from ESIC and an Executive MBA from Deusto Business School.
Company Profile (Graphenea)
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Graphenea is a leading graphene producer. In 2013 the company received an investment from Repsol to boost its technological capacity, support its growth as a business and enable it to maintain its international lead within the emerging graphene production sector. The company exports graphene materials to 40 countries, supplies its products to Universities, Research Centers and Industries. Graphenea is part of a growing cluster of nanotechnology companies based at the nanotechnology research centre, CIC nanoGune. Graphenea is a partner of the Graphene Flagship. The EU launched this 10-year investment push research programme that aims to find ways of commercialising graphene.