On June 20th, the Houston Technology Center is presenting their second Energy Technology Investor Forum. The upcoming forum will focus on renewable, efficiency, and cleantech technologies. This event provides an opportunity for start-up technology companies to showcase their product or service to an audience of investors, potential customers and industry representatives. Investors, including VCs, private equity, angels and other accredited investors, will be introduced to these opportunities through short presentations followed by ample time to network and discuss during the evening reception. The audience is limited in size and restricted by invitation, in order to provide a more intimate setting for entrepreneurs to interact with potential investors.
The Forum is from 1:30pm – 4:30pm, followed by a networking reception until 6:30pm. After a short introduction from HTC and partnering company Gas Technology Institute, the entrepreneurs will give a clear and concise business overview. The focus of the event appeals to presenters, investors and industry representatives by matching expectations from both into a simple, no-frills format.
All ventures should be based on proprietary technology serving the energy industry. The scope of presenting companies includes: advanced materials for sustainable technologies, alternative energy technologies & materials, bio sources for materials and fuels, clean water technologies, energy conservation & efficiency, energy storage, recycling and energy waste management, smart grid, and other applicable technologies. In addition to making contacts with investors and potential clients, presenters in past events have also found value in conversations with other entrepreneurs including advice from peers and partnership opportunities.
Presenting companies will be selected based on the viability of their business model and the attractiveness of the business from an investor perspective. To be considered to present at the forum, companies must submit a company profile by May 29th.
To apply contact: email@example.com or call 713.658.1750