On the 24-26th of November, the Queensland Government will be sponsoring the virtual National Cleantech Conference 2020.
Cleantech is technology and innovation that focuses on sustainability and lowering emissions.
The conference will showcases new technology and content from industry innovators, cleantech producers, buyers and investors, to facilitate the growth of the cleantech sector.
The program covers all sectors including water, energy, waste, transport, agriculture, manufacturing and built environment.
This conference brings together all of the players of the Cleantech revolution, to showcase and demonstrate relevant industry innovations and their benefits to commercial end-users. The conference will explore the real value of clean technology beyond the environmental benefits.
It will provide a platform where innovators, start-ups, advanced technologies, renewable energies, new economies, investors and policy-makers can come together to ensure the highest quality dialogue in a collaborative setting to enable business development, industry growth and new jobs, co-investment, learning and open innovation.
The Cleantech virtual conference will highlight:
- Business growth – helping the sector grow – Practical tools for cleantech innovators and producers including tapping into capital, how to work with CRCs as an SME, protection of intellectual property, R&D grant processes
- Sustainable solutions – Case studies for end-users demonstrating how the adoption of cleantech can drive efficiency, productivity and help meet sustainability goals and targets.
- Dedicated Hydrogen Innovation stream – case studies and latest research
- Dedicated Waste to Energy and Waste to Resources stream – case studies and latest research
- Knowledge Bites stream – showcasing latest research and innovation
Keynote – Creel Price – Founder and Director of Investible, Creel Price (who has been labelled the “definition of an entrepreneur” by Sir Richard Branson) will not only deliver a keynote presentation, but is running an exclusive, strictly limited places master class called ‘How to be investible’. Targeting early stage start-ups, he will share the 16 key elements of investability to help maximise your chances of securing investment.
The event has been designed to deliver the vital personal connections you make at physical events via networking opportunities, interactions with speakers and other attendees as well as face-to-face meetings with exhibitors. The program is structured to run over 3 x half days allowing attendees to grow their business while building their industry network.
If you are interested in attending the Cleantech Conference, follow the links below to register: