Presenting Sponsor E8 integrates summer portfolio company event with 2018 CleanTech Innovation Showcase
E8, the first cleantech angel group that invests throughout the US and Canada, is bringing their Summer Showcase of portfolio companies to the CleanTech Innovation Showcase on June 25. They are also presenting sponsors of the premier, full-day event.
The group’s focus is on early-stage cleantech companies whose innovations will increase the sustainability and health of the planet. Members include seasoned and new investors who offer early-stage funding, mentoring and coaching to new cleantech companies. E8 has invested over $30 million since 2006 in over 70 deals.
“The E8 angels are an important part of the northwest cleantech ecosystem,” said J. Thomas Ranken, CEO of CleanTech Alliance. “We look forward to hearing pitches from their portfolio companies who will continue forging the future of cleantech.”
The featured companies are Impact Bioenergy, Vartega, Stormsensor, Green Canopy, Sealed, Retrolux. RynoMotors, Teadora, and Fledge. Each one will give a 2-minute pitch in the afternoon general session. The companies range in expertise from stormwater management to financing residential energy efficiency.
About CleanTech Innovation Showcase
Held June 25, 2018, at the Bell Harbor International Conference Center in Seattle, the CleanTech Innovation Showcase is the region’s premier one-day conference focused on technology and business innovation. The event convenes 400+ cleantech industry leaders, investors, policymakers and media. Sunita Satyapal, Ph.D., director of the DOE Fuel Cell Technology Office and venture capitalist Tom Rand, Ph.D. are among the keynote speakers for this year’s event. It will also include 24 company and organization presentation, a pavilion of new Cascadia CleanTech startups, an exhibition hall and more!
Gain visibility in front of the region’s cleantech industry leaders, investors, and researchers by becoming a sponsor or exhibitor. If you are interested in either learn more here, and/or contact Sharon Schierle at firstname.lastname@example.org or 206-389-8662.