Technology and Investment Forum 2021 - Live Blog

Cecilia Keating
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Catch up on all the latest news, top speakers and in-depth discussion from BusinessGreen's sustainable technology pitch event

Fifteen of the UK's most exciting clean tech start ups will be touting their climate solutions to investors at this year's edition of BusinessGreen's Technology and Investment Forum.

Hosted in association with Innovate UK, today's event aims to match entrepreneurs pioneering a range of smart grid, biotech, clean energy and sustainable agriculture innovations with leading green business figures and investors at a time when demand for clean tech has never been greater.

The virtual event will feature an opening address from Innovate UK, a panel discussion with some top green investors on what they are looking for from a successful pitch, and a series of four minute pitches from leading green entrepreneurs, all of which will be available to watch again on demand after the event.

Don't have time to tune in to todays' event? Catch up on all the latest developments on our live blog. And, if you haven't yet registered to watch it all unfold, there's still time to do so by clicking here

 

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