Become a part of
the wood innovators family
Members are classified into different categories based on their size; different criteria can be used for this purpose (eg number of employees, previous year's revenue, total investment, assets size, production capacity or consumption...) A membership is not for everybody and it becomes a privilege. After due diligence the family decides who can become a member
- Founders & Owners
- Top-level managers (CEO, CTO, CIO, CFO, COO, CMO and VPs)
- Scientists, researchers, experts
Companies and organisations
- Forest startups
- Existing software & hardware companies
- IT departments of the wood companies
- Venture funds, business angels and private investors
- R&D centres, organisations, enthusiasts
- Networking opportunities: As a member you will have the opportunity to 100.000+ network with other members in the industry. This can lead to potential collaborations, partnerships, and new business opportunities.
- Access to industry knowledge and research: It helps you stay up-to-date on trends, regulations, and best practices in the forestry industry.
- Industry recognition: Being a member of Linkiwood provides you with industry recognition and credibility, which is a super strong marketing tool by Linkiwood.
- Influence and advocacy: By joining the association, companies get a voice in advocating for the industry and influencing policies that affect the forestry sector.
- Professional development: Linkiwood offers professional development opportunities, such as training and certifications.
- Collaboration and partnerships: Linkiwood may facilitate collaborations and partnerships between the members and other stakeholders in the industry, such as forest landowners, wood companies and researchers.
- Access to events and conferences: Linkiwood hosts events and conferences where companies can showcase their products and services, connect with potential customers, and learn about new industry trends and developments.
1. Eligibility criteria: Review the association’s eligibility criteria to ensure that you meet the requirements. If you’re unsure, you can contact the association to clarify any questions you may have.
2. Application form: Once you’ve confirmed that you’re eligible, complete the association’s membership application form. Ensure that you provide accurate and complete information, and include any supporting documents required, such as a CV, letter of recommendation, or evidence of qualifications.
3. Membership fees: Pay any membership fees required by the association. These fees may be a one-time payment or/and an annual fee.
4. Reference check: The association may contact references provided by you to verify your suitability for membership.
5. Interview: The association requires an interview with you to assess your motivation for joining the association, your professional goals, and your potential contribution to the association.
6. Code of ethics: You may be required to read and agree to abide by the association’s code of ethics.
7. Background check: The association may conduct a background check on you to ensure that you do not have issues that could damage the association’s reputation.
8. Approval: After completing the application process, the association’s membership committee will review your application and inform you of the decision.
Number of employees: 250+
Number of employees: 50-249
Number of employees: 11-49
Number of employees: 2-10
Turnovers: ≤ $2M
Number of employees: 1
Scientists & Researchers