Bahruz Mammadov is a serial entrepreneur with a main focus on chemical & material sciences. He has hands-on experience in fundraising, business development, and building teams. As a co-founder at BERKM, he raised over 3.5 million euros of venture capital. He has amassed more than 10 years experience in different branches of the chemical industry, combined with a vast network in the industry. He is passionate about new materials and bringing them to market on a large scale.
- Bahruz shares products, startup advice, and how chemical engineering is transforming green building.
- Chemistry is a science filled with green building magicians using nanometer technologies to change existing materials.
- The first chain of tasks to do when starting a new project or company.
- Entrepreneur DNA, what inspired Bahruz to launch his own business.
- BERKM technology creates solutions for less plastic, longer product shelf life and supporting recycling.
- Shifts and trends towards clean chemistry with significant impact on sustainability.
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