Does this sound like a solid description of your company? We leverage Internet and computing technologies to fight climate change. If so, then your startup could be a great fit to present during the LaunchPad session at our Green:Net conference to be held in San Francisco on March 24. We’re selecting 10 up-and coming companies that are using the web, cell phones, wireless networks, or software to create technology to combat global warming. Here’s what we’re looking for:
- The idea or product should be good. We want gems, folks.
- The startup should be less than 12 months old, or if older explain why you’ve been dragging your feet.
- The innovation needs to help fight global warming in a substantial way. No green-washed goods.
- Preference given to companies that launch their ideas at Green:Net.
- Someone from the company must be able to attend the ceremony in person.
- Funding status is immaterial.
The bad news is you only have until this Friday at midnight to submit your company (do it here). The LaunchPad10 will get to showcase their startup or project on the mainstage in front of hundreds of industry thought leaders — our speaker list is chock full of folks who are charging ahead at this intersection, including Saul Griffith, co-founder of Makani and WattzOn; Bob Metcalfe, Ethernet inventor turned greentech investor; Rob Bernard, the chief environmental strategist at Microsoft; and three Google execs working on the search engine giant’s various green projects. It’s gonna be fun — you’ll want to be there. Enter your company now!
You can also buy a ticket here