Markets & Regions
Some innovations are especially effective when they are used in a certain location. Evonik operates in 100 countries all over the globe. In this section we report on the close connections between innovations and places.
Lithium in figures
Whether for batteries or ceramics, the global economy requires lithium for its production processes. However, the demand is high—as is the price.
Efficient production, fewer side effects: Together with Evonik, a US startup is creating new possibilities for pharmaceutical production.
Belgium: An anchorage for traditions
From the international port of Antwerp to the French fries stands in Brussels: Impressions from the Evonik country Belgium.
Geoengineering: When people control the weather
Are targeted interventions in the earth’s geochemical and biochemical cycles the key to mankind's survival?
Facing the future with closure
The future of medicine: Evonik and a US startup are jointly developing an innovative sternal closure.
Singapore: A spectacular city-state
Technical innovation, top-notch cuisine, and a green thumb: Singapore is world-famous—and is home to six Evonik facilities.
Italy: Constant change
From the historic city center of Bergamo to the Formula One race track in Monza and on to Rome: a visual journey through Italy.
Synthetic skin instead of animal tests
The startup Revivo has developed a model that imitates the skin’s reaction to ingredients in creams and cosmetics.
Cement: Facts and figures
Cement is a basic component of concrete that is in demand all over the world. Billions of tons of it are produced annually.
Austria: Toward new horizons
Austria’s attractions include magnificent mountain landscapes, classical culture, and innovative companies.
The world's most innovative places
Apart from Silicon Valley, where are the world’s innovation hotspots that offer startups a fertile environment?
Norway is an innovation-driven country and a leading exporter – a promising market for Evonik.
High-precision digital printing
The Israeli startup Velox, in which Evonik has held shares since 2018, has developed an especially innovative printing process.
Indonesia: An island nation of superlatives
Almost 270 million people live in Indonesia. A journey through the country with the world’s fourth-largest population.