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About the author:
Christina Välimäki has been in the information industry since 2003. Starting with the business think tank and authorship center, the Accenture Institute for High Performance, she moved into B2B market research, earned a Harvard MBA, then joined the RELX Group. Now the Elsevier Senior Director of Strategic Marketing for the Chemicals Industry, Ms. Välimäki works to transform the organization’s focus toward a market orientation growth strategy, including opportunity identification, product design, and go to market and communication strategy, targeting the critical innovation needs of chemical customers.
Posts by Christina Valimaki
Posted on June 4th, 2018 in Chemical R&D
Green chemistry has become a multi-billion dollar industry. To keep up with safety needs, consumer demand, regulations and a greater global movement towards sustainability, the chemical industry has been increasing its innovative efforts in this area. Continue reading “5 Steps to Greater Sustainability in the Chemical Industry” »
Posted on March 27th, 2018 in Chemical R&D
A growing form of refuse that is polluting the planet is electronic waste, or e-waste. Electronics are nothing new, of course, but people used to keep their televisions, VCRs and appliances for many, many years Continue reading “Ending E-Waste by Going Green” »
Posted on February 22nd, 2018 in Chemical Manufacturing Excellence
There is a reason that infrastructure is the word on everyone’s lips these days—because it intersects with so many other issues that society is dealing with in the 21st century. From the horrors of train crashes and bridge collapses to the climate change crisis and natural disasters, crumbling and outdated infrastructure is failing us in many different ways. Continue reading “Data Can Help Drive Clean Infrastructure—But It’s Not Enough” »
Posted on November 30th, 2017 in Chemical Manufacturing Excellence
It looks like manufacturing is coming back to the United States, but not in the way you might think. Although it felt like a futuristic novelty only a few years ago, 3D printing has exploded as a viable way to make products in all shapes, sizes and materials. Continue reading “3D Printing Offers Advantages to Companies and Consumers” »