May 23, 2018
E8 Portfolio Companies at CleanTech Innovation Showcase
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 […]

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May 23, 2018
German CleanTech Delegation Hosts Seattle Breakfast Briefing
June 26 breakfast at WTC Seattle features cleantech opportunities in Eastern Germany Join Germany Trade & Invest (GTAI) for a special breakfast briefing to learn more about innovative water technologies for smart cities as well as business opportunities in Germany’s thriving water technologies and cleantech industry. A comprehensive market overview will be complemented by insights […]

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May 22, 2018
Managing Stormwater Runoff Amidst Urban Growth: Breakfast Recap
Director of Washington State Stormwater Center and experienced ecotoxicologist Dr. John Stark Speaks at CleanTech Breakfast Decreasing pollution from stormwater runoff requires rethinking how our cities grow, according to Washington Stormwater Center director John Stark. “It used to take me about an hour to get from the Stormwater Center to downtown, now it takes me […]

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May 8, 2018
Principal Sponsors Announced: Consulate General of Canada-Seattle and Washington State University
Principal Sponsors Announced: Consulate General of Canada-Seattle and Washington State University CleanTech Innovation Showcase is proud to once again welcome Consulate General of Canada-Seattle and Washington State University as Principal Sponsors. Long-time CleanTech Alliance supporters the Consulate General of Canada-Seattle and Washington State University are Principal Sponsors of the 5th Annual CleanTech Innovation Showcase. The […]

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May 7, 2018
Insects and the Future of Food: Breakfast Recap
As global population continues to rise, so will global consumption of meat. The answer to producing more meat from healthier animals with less environmental impact lies in insects, according to Virginia Emery, Ph.D. and her company Beta Hatch.

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