CleanEquity Monaco 2011, la conferenza che offre una vetrina alle tecnologie pulite emergenti, si terrà il 3 e 4 marzo 2011. Innovator Capital, la banca londinese che si occupa di investimenti specializzati, sarà l'organizzatrice, per il quarto anno consecutivo, di questo evento annuale, a cui è possibile accedere esclusivamente su invito.
In un momento in cui i paesi portano avanti iniziative indipendenti per affrontare problematiche quali le energie alternative, l'efficienza energetica, la conservazione delle risorse idriche, l'esigenza di conoscere in modo approfondito le tecnologie pulite di nuova generazione è diventata cruciale.
Alla conferenza CleanEquity, un gruppo selezionato costituito da aziende di tutto il mondo che operano nel settore delle tecnologie pulite (Cleantech) presenterà le tecnologie emergenti a investitori finanziari e strategici, rappresentanti dei media, policy maker e utenti finali. Plenary sessions and workshops, led by sector experts, will identify and discuss key industry themes, drivers and constraints, as well as, most importantly, how new technologies will alter cleantech's landscape in the future.
Delegate invitations are reserved only for senior-level representatives. This tried and tested format assures effective use of decision-maker time in ideal surroundings while providing cleantech CEOs access to optimal commercial and strategic acceleration for their companies.
Emphasis will be on direct networking opportunities between investors and entrepreneurs, licensing and procurement, access to widespread media exposure and the clearer understanding of regional environmental policies and fiscal incentives - the necessary and sufficient resources to support a company's growth into and beyond commercial success.
CleanEquity is delighted to have the continued support of The Monaco Chamber of Economic Development, regional hosts for the fourth consecutive year. CleanEquity will also continue to enjoy support of The Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation and the Monte-Carlo SBM.
The technology companies presenting at the conference must first pass a rigorous selection process using the following criteria: management leadership and experience; robust and verified intellectual property; and, revenue potential. As usual there will be two categories: post, and pre-proof of principal technology companies. The earlier stage companies are known collectively as the "Next Wave".
All presenting companies will be eligible for one of the prestigious international CleanEquity awards as presented by His Serene Highness Prince Albert II of Monaco. Previous winners of CleanEquity awards are assured a presenting role at the following years' conference; the list for 2011 includes; Sun Catalytix (USA), Novaled AG (Germany) & Oxford Catalysts (UK) from 2010, General Fusion (Canada), Solar ETC (China) & Biograde (Australia) from 2009 and ITM Power (UK), Zenergy Power (Germany) & Clean Diesel Technologies (USA) from 2008.
In addition, in 2010, the first Stelios Young Clean-Tech Entrepreneur of the Year Award was presented to Crijn Bouman and the team at Epyon, who has also been invited back to present at CleanEquity Monaco 2011. With the continuing support of the Stelios Philanthropic Foundation in 2011, Next Wave presenting companies will once more be eligible for the Stelios Young Clean-Tech Entrepreneur of the Year Award.
CleanEquity Monaco is also pleased to continue to work with sponsors Covington & Burling, the global law firm with a strong cleantech division; Invest Securities, a French independent financial services group and Biocode Incubation, a Japanese boutique corporate finance advisory firm focused on cleantech industry.
Those seeking a presenting company role, sponsorship/partnership opportunities, delegate or general enquiries, please see the contact details below or visit the conference website: www.cleanequitymonaco.com
Tom Faggionato - London Innovator Capital Limited +44 20 7297 6840 email@example.com
Dany Rubrecht - Monaco Chambre de Développement Economique de Monaco +377 97 98 68 68 firstname.lastname@example.org
Jenni Pain - Monaco (English Speaking) Chambre de Développement Economique de Monaco +44 20 7591 9610 email@example.com
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