As an extension of the National Cleantech Conference & Exhibition (NCTCE) and subsequent Cleantech Conversations webinar series, the Virtual Cleantech Conference & Exhibition (VCTCE) will take place 24-26 November.
As a 100 per cent virtual event with over 40 speakers, multiple streams and exclusive workshops, the program will explore the real value of clean technology beyond the environmental benefits.
Attendees will identify not only the financial impact of implementation, but also the health lifestyle, community and social impacts.
“With all levels of Australian government prioritising investment in low emissions technologies to aid the COVID19 recovery and create a strong and resilient economy, there is no better time than now to learn about the latest in cleantech innovation and how to implement this technology into your business or organisation to drive sustainability and efficiency,” Event Director Peta Moore said.
The event has been designed to deliver the vital personal connections made 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 three half days, allowing attendees to grow their business while building their industry network.
Organisers have confirmed that Founder and Director of Investible, Creel Price 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, Price will share the 16 key elements of investability to help maximise chances of securing investment.
“We know that virtual can not replace in person events, but this event will absolutely be the next best thing,” Program Director Tiffany Bower said.
“With the challenges facing us today, not only from the pandemic but also from the impacts of climate change such as fires and floods, the theme of Cleantech: Fast-tracking sustainable growth is more relevant than ever, meaning we need to move quickly and together as a unified Cleantech sector.
“The conversations that will happen at this event couldn’t wait till next year, that’s why we are going virtual.”
With networking opportunities throughout to meet and do business with cleantech producers, innovators, buyers and investors, this 100 per cent virtual event is designed to facilitate the cross-sector conversations and collaboration required to drive the continuing growth of the Cleantech sector.
“Just like an in-person conference, VCTCE2020 will have a multi-sector exhibition showcasing the industry’s latest technologies and top service offerings,” Bower said.
Tickets to get involved in VCTCE2020 have been priced to ensure every member of the Cleantech community, from start-ups and students to government and corporates, can afford to participate.
At only $295 all inclusive they are available via the NCTCE website.
VCTCE2020 is proudly supported by innovation led investment firm Providence Asset Group and the Queensland Department of State Development, Tourism and Innovation.