TechChill 2020 Agenda: What to expect from Greentech?

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With climate change and water scarcity making headlines, companies are facing increasing pressure from governments and consumers to change. This is having a huge impact on the market and opening up new areas of investment in greentech.

The future of the planet does not depend on regulation and recycling alone – it depends above all on innovation and investment. Greentech, refers to an ecosystem bringing together an increasingly dense network of corporates and startups working to create, perfect and implement the clean energies of the future.

TechChill 2020 Greentech experts taking the stage will include:

// Barbara Belvisi, Founder of Interstellar Lab – a space tech company building bio regenerative villages for humans to live sustainably on any planet. During TechChill 2020 Barbara will elaborate on their current progress and collaboration with other entities in the space tech field is followed by a conversation on how space technologies can be utilized here on earth.

// Lubomila Jordanova, Founder & CEO of Plan A, a Berlin-based startup developing an algorithm that predicts where and how climate change will hit the hardest, helping businesses calculate, monitor and offset their carbon footprint. Don’t miss her keynote on Action and Data Driven Approach to Climate Change.

// Suvi Haimi, founder and CEO of Sulapac – a company that develops fully biodegradable packaging material innovation made out of wood. Suvi decided to found Sulapac and become an entrepreneur to better follow her mission of saving the planet from plastic waste. Her vision is to make Sulapac the #1 sustainable material to replace plastic.

// Agate Freimane is the General Partner at Norrsken VC, Europe’s largest impact venture capital fund focused on investing in early-stage start-ups that use technology to solve some of the world’s greatest challenges. Agate will explore the impact investing and explain how the next generation capital is where impact and profits go hand in hand.

// Lauri Kokkila is an Investment Director at Inventure, a venture capital fund focusing on seed and early-stage investments in Nordics & Baltics. Sustainable investing is one of the areas Inventure has been actively promoting. He’s excited to share about the role of emerging technologies in our society, and why we believe that an impact-driven company makes a good investment opportunity.

To hear all these great speakers and more, get your TechChill 2020 pass here.

The goal of greentech is to protect the environment and in some cases, repair damage done in the past, conserve natural resources and preserve the biodiversity on our planet. One of the benefits of greentech is that it has become a burgeoning industry that’s attracting not only an increasing amount of attention, but also enormous amounts of investment capital. 

We at TechChill are aware that a conference of any size always affects the environment, due to the amount of people participating from all over the world, who will be traveling, eating and producing waste. This is why, this year at TechChill 2020 we are taking serious measures to lower the impact of the event on the environment and climate as much as possible. 

Learn more about our Sustainability Policy and why TechChill 2020 isn’t #zerowaste here!
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