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LONDON, Feb. 11, 2016 /PRNewswire/. CleanEquity Monaco, 3rd & 4th March, is the preeminent global forum where 30 of the worlds best in class emerging cleantech and resource efficiency companies gather to meet specialist financial investors, corporate venturers, partners & acquirers, policy makers, end users and media.
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Innovator Capital is pleased to announce new collaborations with Parkview Group and Gillamor Stephens.
Parkview is an international property development company with sixty years of industry experience. Its most recent project, the 200,000 mi2 Parkview Green in Beijing, was the first mixed-use project in China to be awarded the LEED Platinum certification and its reputation for delivering developments, which set new benchmarks for quality and innovation, continues. Parkview's latest project QxQ combines off-site manufacturing with high-quality modular architecture. QxQ is able to provide certainty across time, cost and quality and minimise environmental impact.
Parkview will contribute to a CleanEquity plenary session focused on future buildings & cities. The building sector contributes up to 30% of global annual green house gas emissions from sources such as embodied carbon in materials and energy consumption in buildings; cleaner, greener technology and practices are now essential.
Paul Gillespie, Partner at Gillamor Stephens, the leading independent executive recruitment company, said:
"We have supported the start-up eco-system for nearly fifteen years and seen several different chapters of the cleantech market. CleanEquity Monaco is an opportunity to bring together the best of the world's cleantech start-ups in an environment where the right people and the right money are present. Many of our clients look for alternative sources of capital as traditional investors and VCs move away from this arena and this event gives them the perfect platform to find investment and partnerships.
We are working with a wide array of companies across Europe from air quality sensors to solar cells to smart grid infrastructure (water and electricity) through to electric delivery robots for the last mile. It is an exciting time for the sector as money, regulatory change and talent all comes together."
Basic 3C US
ClearCove Systems US
Corrosion Radar UK
Nano Membrane Toilet UK
Smart Wires US
Swedish Biomimetics 3000 SE
Vantage Power UK
Interested in attending CleanEquity Monaco 2016, as a presenting company or a delegate?
Please see the contact details below or visit the website – www.cleanequitymonaco.com