Attention Founders, co-founders, entrepreneurs, CFOs and business development leaders! We’re flipping the script, AGAIN! A couple dozen representatives from the entrepreneur support, investor, and banking community who prioritize sustainability and environmental solution businesses will be pitching to you. Find your funding match during this event.
WCS members who attend this event will get priority attention, however this event is open to all.
Those pitching will range from grantors and pre-seed investors to venture capitalist and angel investors to specialty banks. Each of these organizations prioritizes sustainability and the environment.
October 19th, 12pm – 1pm PST
- $15 Non-member
- Free for Members
Thank you to our Sponsors!
Amplify Capital is a Canadian investment fund that provides early-stage companies long term equity solutions and strategic and operational support as they develop their business to solve three of our society’s defining challenges.
Next Frontier Capital is an early-stage venture capital firm backing mission-driven, talented entrepreneurs building Rocky Mountain technology companies of impact, utility, and value.
ArcTern Ventures is a venture capital firm obsessed with helping solve the climate crisis and rethinking sustainability. We invest globally in breakthrough technology startups that can significantly reduce GHG emissions and environmental impact.
Prelude Ventures invests in and supports early-stage startups with the greatest potential to mitigate climate change. Our goal is to help build the next generation of category-defining businesses.
PVP is a venture capital firm that invests in breakthrough products and processes that leverage the convergence of advanced materials, biology, and hardware with advanced computing and AI/ML. We refer to this transformative interdisciplinary area as Convergent Tech.
SecondMuse is a group of people working vigorously to better the world we live in. We do this by putting people first, boldly challenging ourselves to find solutions to complex issues and fearlessly introducing new ideas that may, at times, seem impossible.
The SBIR and STTR programs fund a diverse portfolio of startups and small businesses across technology areas and markets to stimulate technological innovation, meet Federal research and development (R&D) needs, and increase commercialization to transition R&D into impact.