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Clean Tech Challenge Introduction
Wednesday, 23 November 2011 from 18:30 to 21:00 (GMT)
Join us on November 23rd to find out more about the Clean Tech Challenge and for an evening of speakers on Green Technology and networking.
The CleanTech Challenge is a student competition jointly hosted by London Business School and University College London. The competition is a unique platform that allows students to bring innovative clean technology ideas from concept to execution.
To find out more, hear great speakers and meet potential team members get a free ticket for the 23rd of November .
Where? Gustave Tuck Lecture Theatre, University College London, Wilkins Building, Gower Street, London, WC1E 6BT
When? Registration 6.30pm. (Start 7.15pm prompt)
Dr Jeff Skinner of the London Business School will introduce the competition & what you need to know to participate.
Daniel Carter of Conduit Ventures will review the CleanTech Energy market & give advice for entrepreneurs from the perspective of a Venture Capitalist to entrepreneurs.
Professor Jawad Darr of Clean Materials Group, UCL, will give an insight into academic research at UCL.
Tim Barnes of UCL Advances will talk about the exciting cleantech start-ups incubated at UCL
Daniel Sanders of Decarbon and winner of the CleanTech Challenge in 2010 will talk about his experience in the challenge.
What? Networking drinks to follow on after
Visit www.CleanTechnologyChallenge.com for more information.
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The competition is a unique platform through which students can bring innovative clean technology ideas from the concept phase to a stage in which they could realistically expect to attract ‘Series A’ funding or be self-sustainable.
In an increasingly resource and carbon constrained world where clean technology is not just desirable, but vital, successful innovations have the opportunity to generate immense returns for businesses and society.