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LONDON, March 5, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — CleanEquity®, the sustainable technology innovation forum, cofounded by His Serene Highness Prince Albert II of Monaco & Mungo Park, Chairman of Innovator Capital, kicks off on 13th March.
Eighth Secretary-General of the United Nations, Ban Ki-moon, will open the conference discussing the United Nations, Sustainable Development Goals and the crucial role innovation must play.
London based, specialist investment bank, Innovator Capital’s (“ICL”) CleanEquity® team has reviewed over 600 technologies for this 12th anniversary; and here are some of the companies, which have been selected to present:
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ICL is happy to be partnering again with specialist executive search firm, Hobbs & Towne:
Steve Kyryk, Senior Partner said:
“Our firm has been working with sustainability and impact investors and their portfolio companies for over 20 years providing talent solutions and advisory services to the global innovation community. Utilising our extensive network of executives and thought leaders, HTI is delivering results for a worldwide assortment of exceptional VC, PE, family office, and corporate venture-backed organisations. We are excited to be continuing our sponsorship of CleanEquity and supporting the investors and entrepreneurs in their efforts to develop and commercialize sustainable and impactful businesses.”
Cranfield University is returning, for a fifth year. ICL is grateful for the continued support and Professor Tom Stephenson FREng, Pro-Vice-Chancellor – Research & Innovation at Cranfield, commented:
“Cranfield is delighted to once again be part of CleanEquity Monaco 2019. It provides unrivalled opportunities for selected next-generation technology companies to present their products and network with financial investors and industry representatives.
“The University is committed to supporting innovation to help small businesses with high-growth potential realise their ambitions. We have recently opened the Eagle Lab at the Cranfield campus, in conjunction with Barclays, which provides an intensive support package for aerospace and aviation entrepreneurs.”
For further information about attending CleanEquity® 2019, use the contact details below or visit the conference website: www.cleanequitymonaco.com