Date/Time: 14 September 2022 (2 PM ET / 10-11 AM PT)
Innovations and startups play a vital role in shaping the future climate we want. Especially in the face of backward policy and unrealized market demand. While fears of a recession in the United States and mass layoffs are driving start-up valuations and halting employment At least the funding deal for climate startups was in line with last year. With more reserves to keep up with the current downturn, Pitchbook reported in June that climate technology is the third most disruptive industry in the next 5-10 years. What is the current state of climate technology funding? And what does this mean for the status of startups and investors in the next 12-18 months?
Topics will include:
- How do investors use their funds?
- How Startups Can Design Flexible Fundraising Strategies
- Ways for startups to plan for long-term success in times of volatility
- Sherrie Totoki, Startup Program Director, GreenBiz Group
- Leah Garden, Climate Tech reporter, GreenBiz Group
- Katherine Von Berg CEO and Chairman of SimpliPhi Power
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