The National Cleantech Conference launches their 2020 program
With more than 30 confirmed speakers already and a dedicated Waste to Energy & Waste to Resources stream, the initial NCTCE2020 program is available on the website today.
The program has been curated to spotlight best-practice case studies, innovative partnerships and new business models to help delegates navigate their way through
the implementation process of clean technology solutions. With more speaker announcements to come over the next few weeks, check out what’s already
planned for 2020.
Richard Branson describes him as 'The Living Breathing Definition of an Entrepreneur'
The case for rapid innovation and iteration in the Cleantech industry has never been greater, with the sector uniquely positioned to actively fulfill the
objectives of sustainable growth. In this thought-provoking keynote, Creel Price will give a front row seat into the fast-paced world of early stage tech innovation and investment. Combining learnings from his own eventful entrepreneurial
journey building and selling one of Australia’s fastest growing tech businesses with his more recent journey as one of Australia’s most active angel
investors, Creel will give insight into how the Cleantech industry can seize upon disruption to accelerate alternative funding and business models
and assist in fulfilling the urgency to find a new way to driving economic growth.
For more information about the NCTCE2020 speakers click here.
Masterclass - How to be investible.
For 25 quick thinking innovators, Creel Price is also running a masterclass at the conference. This session will
draw from the insights and data from the work his company Investible has done with thousands of startup founders around the world and in their own
early stage investments Creel will share the 16 key elements of investibility to help maximise your chances of securing investment.
This is free to attend for full conference delegates, and seats will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.
The program includes a dedicated stream showcasing the innovation and new technologies tackling the problem of waste by converting it to energy and other
resources. Hear three different ways of dealing with plastic and a discussion session facilitated by Bioenergy Australia on how bioenergy is driving
new industry, innovation, job and sustainable growth.
NCTCE organisers have released 35 tickets at a discounted price, available now until sold out. For more information on the program, speakers and tickets
visit the website - www.nctce.com.au