Griffith Hack Clean & Sustainable Technologies


Eco Innovation Forum 2010 by Griffith Hack

Eco Innovation Forum 2010 on 25 May in Sydney

Eco Innovation Forum brings together environmental innovators, entrepreneurs, investors and advisers. It is for everyone involved in raising equity capital, commercializing environmental technologies and expanding environmental businesses.

The Forum will feature presentations by eight firms including Australia’s leading cleantech venture capital firms and angel capital networks. The Presentations are:

  • CVC Sustainable Investments –  presented by Sandy Beard, Chief Executive Officer, CVC Ltd
  • OneVentures – Raising Venture Capital for Cleantech Businesses, Dr Michelle Deaker, Managing Partner and Executive Director, OneVentures Pty Ltd
  • AusFirst Angels – The Angel Funding Model, by John Rivett, Founder and Managing Director
  • BSI – Raising Capital and Accessing Government Grants, by Alan Milwidsky, Executive Director
  • Sydney Angels – Angel Investors and Cleantech Ventures, by Richard Dale and Hamish Hawthorn, Co-founders
  • Strategon Capital – Angel Capital: Heaven Sent or Not – 5 Things You Should Know About Taking Other People’s Money, by Damian Chown, Director
  • Griffith Hack – Optimising Your IP for Investment, by Robert Wulff, Patent Attorney and Principal
  • Austrade – Cleantech Trade and Investment Markets – What’s Happening Globally, by Kerry Rooney, Global Industry Network Leader, Clean Energy & Environment

Learn about how to grow your environmental business, meet the speakers, and network with other environmental innovators and investors.  The Forum runs from 8.30 for 9 am to 2.30 pm, and includes a networking lunch.

To learn more about the Forum visit the website by clicking Here.

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