On the 15th & 16th October 2013 the third Clean Technology business and investment matchmaking conference for the African continent is to be held at the Killarney Country Club conference venue in Johannesburg. The event is designed to bring about innovators, inventors, technology partners, academia, project promoters, investors, and government agencies to investigate, evaluate, and illuminate commercial opportunities relating to clean technologies.
The conference is dedicated to entrepreneurs and corporates seeking investment or financial support for the introduction of clean technologies, innovation and related services. The intention of Viridis Africa is to bring together debt financiers, investors and entrepreneurs from Africa and the rest of the world, to jointly explore commercial initiatives in green technologies.
The pre-eminent event for investment in clean technologies throughout Africa will be the place for local and foreign investors to meet with principals of projects in renewable energy, waste treatment and recycling, water and effluent treatment amongst other sectors.
Viridis Africa presents an ideal opportunity to meet up with potential business contacts to identify new investors, partners, business opportunities and deals in the fields of clean tech, renewables and sustainability.
Who should attend the Conference:
- Entrepreneurs looking for funding to grow their business
- Corporates looking for new emerging technologies
- Institutional investors looking for long term assets
- Venture capitalists and private equity investors looking for clean tech investment opportunities
- Renewable energy consultants
- Cogeneration project managers
- Professional service providers
- Project developers seeking new initiatives
- Innovators with new technologies
Limited exhibition space is available for entrepreneurs and industry participants to showcase their innovations or inventions. Fifteen tables of 200 cm x 90 cm are available. Exhibitors are free to make use of stand-up banners to place next to their table.
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