What is a value chain

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Within the H2020 program an industrial value chain is defined as stages of value creation by enterprises and other organisations as part of the process of designing and delivering goods and services for their users. New and innovative value chains can, but don’t have to be new to the world. They can be seen as new combinations along and across value chains, an innovative technology/product brought from one sector or context into another resulting in a disruptive effect. Bio-based industries consortium (BIC) have prioritized value chains which are important for the EU bioeconomy, and can be found here.


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