It’s almost that time again! Our third annual Green:Net 2011 conference, which focuses on digital energy and how information technology can be used to fight climate change, is fast approaching on April 21 in San Francisco.
While the big event might still be three months away, we’re already starting to put together the lineup. And though we’ve got a lot of awesome speakers already committed (see early list here), including Autodesk CEO Carl Bass, DOE Loan Chief Jonathan Silver and NRG Energy’s CEO David Crane, we’re putting out a call for innovative entrepreneurs to pitch us for our Green:Net 10 Big Ideas section.
In the Green:Net’s 10 Big Ideas section we’ll highlight the coolest, most novel, most innovative, businesses and projects that fit within green technology and digital technology. Startups and entrepreneurs that think they exemplify how software, the web, networks and computing can combat global warming should submit a proposal of their idea and/or business plan to us. Winners of our Green:Net 10 Big Ideas will be able to explain their idea/proposal to the 500+ audience on the main stage of Green:Net and be able to attend the event for free.
So please, pitch us your startups, and business ideas (submission form here). We’re looking for new ideas that will help give a kick start to “digital energy.” Startups should be on the newer (younger) side, and an executive from your company should be able to attend and present at Green:Net 2011, on April 21 in San Francisco.