CMU Energy + Cleantech Investor Forum Startup Fair Application
Join the Carnegie Mellon University Wilton E. Scott Institute for Energy Innovation at the inaugural CMU Energy + Cleantech Investor Forum (April 5), which is part of CMU Energy Week 2018, April 4-6.

Energy and cleantech companies will have the opportunity to:

- Meet one-on-one with many investors drawn from a national pool of those interested in this space.
Application abstracts submitted by potential pitching companies will be shared prior to the event with registered investors, to give the investors the opportunity to indicate which companies they would like to meet during 4-minute speed-dating sessions. This pre-screening process will provide qualified investor leads to the participating companies, and will enable a quick determination during the speed-dating sessions of whether there is mutual interest in further discussions.

- Display in a companion Startup Fair to allow further opportunities for interaction.
Preference will be given to applying companies from Pennsylvania, Ohio, Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, Delaware, and the District of Columbia.

The CMU Energy + Cleantech Investor Forum Startup Fair takes place on Thursday, April 5, 8:30-11:00 a.m.

Carnegie Mellon, 5000 Forbes Avenue, Pittsburgh Pa. 15213
Jared L. Cohon University Center, McKenna, Peter & Wright Rooms

Learn more and register for CMU Energy Week 2018 (April 4-6):
Questions? Contact Anna J. Siefken at

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