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Owing to high prices and unavailability of natural rubber, consumers have shifted to synthetic rubber. Isoprene derived rubber has the same basic formula as natural rubber, and thus it is a synthetic version of natural rubber, having same properties as natural rubber. Isoprene is expected to drive the elastomers and synthetic rubber industries with applications in isoprene rubber (IR), isopbutyl isoprene rubber (IIR), styrene isoprene styrene (SIS) and others. With growth in the automotive and medical industries, the isoprene end use applications such as tires, adhesives, and non-tires are expected to grow.

MarketsandMarkets™ is delighted to invite you to an exclusive webinar titled "Future Opportunities in the Isoprene Market" on October 10, 2017 from 11:00 am to 12:00 pm EST. Join our experts—Sarang Wadyalkar, Manager and Snehitha Maidham, Principal Analyst with the Chemicals & Materials Practice—as they discuss critical pain points and the outlook of the isoprene market.

Specific insights include the following:

  1. What are the current trends in the isoprene market?
  2. How is isoprene influencing the rubber industry?
  3. What are the pain points for market players?
  4. Which are the high growth applications that are inspiring market players and influencing their strategies?
  5. What are the major drivers and restraints of the isoprene market?

Register now and get an opportunity to learn from leading industry analysts. The session will be concluded by a one-on-one Q&A with our experts.


  • Webinar
  • Online
  • Tuesday, October 10, 2017
  • 11:00 am to 12:00 pm (EST)

  • Sarang Wadyalkar
    Manager, Chemical and Materials
  • Snehitha Maidham
    Principal Analyst, Chemical and Materials
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