Become a part of the wood tech family



Linkiwood International Business Summit on November 30

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Becoming a member of an industry association can provide top managers with opportunities to network with peers and gain insights into industry trends and best practices, ultimately allowing them to make more informed decisions for their company's success. Additionally, being a part of an association can help enhance the company's reputation, build brand awareness, and provide access to valuable resources and education.

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)
  • Investors
  • 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.

  • Large enterprises

  • $*****

    /per year

  • Number of employees: 250+

    Turnovers: $60M+

  • Medium-sized enterprises

  • $****

    /per year

  • Number of employees: 50-249

    Turnovers: $13-59M

  • Small enterprises

  • $***

    /per year

  • Number of employees: 11-49

    Turnovers: $2-12M

  • Micro Enterprises

  • $**

    /per year

  • Number of employees: 2-10

    Turnovers: ≤ $2M

  • Individuals

  • $*

    /per year

  • Number of employees: 1

    Turnover: –

  • Non-commercial

  • $0

    /per year

  • Organisations

    Scientists & Researchers