Graphene Match: Brokerage event

Enterprise Europe Network have teamed up with Cranfield University to create  an event that will showcase graphene technology from prototypes to products.

  • Companies, institutes and individuals with an interest in graphene technology are all invited


  • This event takes place on the 4th and 5th of September, it’s free to attend the conference
  • Delegates have the opportunity to attend a brokerage event on the second day to meet decision makers and influencers within the graphene technology space

  • Participants of the conference will include government representatives, policy makers, industry partners, investors, grant schemes, and potential customers interested in progress on graphene and the current availability of graphene technology.


The BBC have said “graphene is a ‘wonder material’ waiting to happen”, it’s a super-conductive form of carbon, made from single-atom-thick sheets, was first produced in 2004, it has promised to revolutionise electronics.

Cranfield University and the Enterprise Europe Network (EEN) are coming together to hold a two day conference on the 4th and 5th of September 2017 in Bedfordshire. This event will give you a real insight and understanding to what graphene materials can do, with live demonstrations. You will have the opportunity to discuss business ideas; meet with government representatives, investors and potential customers.

On the second day there will be a brokerage event, organised by the Enterprise Europe Network. So if you’re interested in getting to know the creators and developers of this tech, you’ll have the opportunity to meet them.

This event is free of charge but spaces are limited, so if you’d like to exhibit at the event or you’re interested in coming along to get a better understanding of graphene you can sign up here.

Helen Quinnell
Helen Quinnell

Innovation Manager

07918 904941


I work with innovative SMEs across Essex providing a range of support to enable business growth through the Essex Innovation Programme. This includes business mentoring for start-ups, early stage and established companies, signposting to funding and finance, as well as arranging networks and events to provide opportunities for business collaboration.