Cell2Green is an innovative company based in Rostock, Germany, specializing in the production of a revolutionary recyclable biofilm.
This film is composed of renewable resources such as cellulose, offering biodegradability. Compared to conventional oil-based films that often end up in oceans or are incinerated, Cell2Green’s film stands as a sustainable alternative.
Dr. Dirk Hollmann, one of Cell2Green’s co-founders, initiated the company after developing an environmentally friendly process during his research at the University of Rostock. The process utilizes renewable resources to replace environmentally harmful products. Hence, Cell2Green’s film is the result of years of dedicated research and development.
Another advantage of Cell2Green’s film is its cost-effective manufacturing process. It employs eco-friendly, recyclable chemicals, reducing CO2 emissions by up to 70%. Moreover, the film can be recycled and reused through the same process after its use, contributing to a circular economy.
An award winning startup in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania
Looking at their achievements, Cell2Green has garnered several awards for its innovative technology, including the “inspired Rostock” and “inspired Mecklenburg-Vorpommern” competitions in June 2021. In August 2021, the company participated in the Berlin Valley Tour, engaging with exceptional business angels and investors. Discussions with MERCER, one of the world’s largest cellulose manufacturers, took place in October 2021. Furthermore, Cell2Green won the nationwide business plan competition “Science4Life” in November 2021.
In October 2021, the company engaged in talks with BRÜCKNER Anlagenbau for the realization of a production facility and research and development. In September 2022, Cell2Green was named the winner of the Inno-Awards 2022, receiving widespread media coverage, including articles in Ostsee-Zeitung, NNN, Welt, RTL news, and IHK zu Rostock. An NDR feature on the innovation award was also broadcasted.
Cell2Green is now seeking strategic partnerships and investors to further develop their innovative technology and collectively step towards a more environmentally friendly future. Companies with expertise in film processing are encouraged to support Cell2Green in their research and development journey. Additionally, politicians and business representatives are invited to engage with the company. For the initial startup phase, the company seeks investment capital from private investors or venture capital firms.