ICIS Innovation Awards 2023

17 October 2023, Savoy, London

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Best Process Innovation

Sponsored by: Deloitte 

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The Best Process Innovation category gives entrants a chance to show how innovative they are in the fundamental areas of new process development and process improvement – vital areas of innovation underlying better use of energy and raw materials, improved economics, safer performance and lower environmental impact.

We understand that processes may not always get the same headlines as products, but our awards are designed to highlight all innovation. If you or your team have been working on a new process that you think needs its time in the spotlight, the ICIS Innovation Awards are the place to be.

Why enter?

  • Shine a light on the process, which sometimes is overlooked for recognition
  • Show our experts how your innovation is changing the way we work
  • In an era of disruption it’s important to change how we work - shout about how your company is doing this

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This award will be judged on its value to the chemicals industry as well as its commercial viability. Finding the sweet spot between something that is truly innovative that can also be used in the industry today is the way to win our judges’ favour.

Your innovation will also be judged on its sustainability credentials, in the current climate it is impossible to be moving forward without thinking about how we can create a more sustainable future. Show us how you’ve considered the impact on the environment at large when entering.
To recognise the breadth of innovation in the chemical sector, ICIS Innovation Awards are given in six categories.
As well as a winner in each category, ICIS selects an overall winner each year, chosen from the five category winners.
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How to Enter

When entering it’s important to be as explanatory as possible within the guidelines set. Our judges want to know what your process is, how it works, what the value is, whether it is commercially viable and how sustainable it is.

Stick to the facts when entering, our judges are experts in the field so will not be won over with PR speak, we want good honest innovation. Be sure to add supporting materials including quantitative data, whitepapers, websites and research with your submission.