The Green Techpreneur (GT) and the Institute of Directors (IoD) will be co-hosting a roundtable discussion on climate tech and investment trends at Climb23 in Leeds on May 23rd.
This session is for you if you’re a small business leader, entrepreneur or investor interested in how we can enable entrepreneurs to positively impact climate.
The session is hosted by GT Founder Marianne Lehnis and IoD Sustainability Ambassador Ellis Hall and will explore the role of small business leaders and entrepreneurs in driving positive change towards a lower carbon future. It will start with exploring what businesses are doing today and where further innovation is required. The session will move to discussing the specific role of investing in climate tech: the requirements, challenges and the opportunity for investors and entrepreneurs.
Chris Webb, Co-founder & CEO at Green Growth Investments
Adam Sutcliffe, Head of Mentoring, British Design Fund
Yodaly-Sierra-Rubia, Founder at Eco2Wallet, investor, keynote speaker
John Behan, Founder at Ome Capital
Steve Brunning, Managing Director at RapidDCS
Kate Hutchinson, Sustainability Week Conference, Managing Director
Penelope Hope, Co-founder of Rebel Energy
Richard Hagan, founder and MD of Crystal Doors
Climb23 is the biggest event for investors and entrepreneurs in the UK taking place outside of London. It’s a mecca for the investment and entrepreneur sector and a brilliant opportunity to learn from thought leaders, network, and have fun while you’re at it in an informal, festival-like setting that ditches the usual conference formalities. Join us on May 23rd in Leeds at 2:00 p.m.
Get a ticket to attend Climb23 and register to join the roundtable here.