Business Strategies for Cleantech Businesses

May 24, 2012


GreenTech Exchange Vancouver Island is please to invite you to a networking and educational forum.

Co-hosted with the University of Victoria’s Centre for Social and Sustainable Innovation (CSSI) this event is not to be missed. Please feel free to forward this invitation to other interested parties.

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Thinking of the right strategies for your Cleantech business?

At this timely forum we will hear from three local Cleantech entrepreneurs who have been through the challenges and successes of nurturing and growing their companies.

Technology businesses in this domain encounter special challenges because the business environment often involves changes in user behavior, infrastructure and even regulations. In addition, companies often have to work with powerful players like utilities, natural resources firms, automotive firms and government. This presents a delicate balancing act for entrepreneurs.

——Forum Details——

Theme: Business Strategies for CleanTech Business

When: Thursday, May 24th, 2012

What Time: Registration 5:30 pm, event beings at 6:00 pm

Where: Bob Wright Centre, Room A104, University of Victoria, 3800 Finnerty Road, Victoria BC V8P 5C2

Cost: Complimentary registration open to members, new members and walk-ins are welcomed

Guest Speakers:

  • Janice Cheam, Co-Founder and President, Energy Aware
  • Bryan Imber, Founder, President and CEO, International Composting Corp.
  • John Stonier, Founder, President and CEO, Signature Renewables Inc.

Please visit www.greentechexchange.ca for more details and speaker biographies.

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