With COP26 being held in Glasgow later this year, the UK has committed to working with all countries to join forces with civil society, companies and people on the frontline of climate change to inspire climate action ahead of the event.
The Mayor has been clear that sustainability and the green economy are pivotal to London’s recovery from Covid-19, offering London’s GreenTech founders the opportunity to play a key role in redefining the ways in which we’re tackling the effects of climate change, managing its side effects or finding ways to manage the city’s resources in the most sustainable way.
Applications are now open to businesses that are using technology to improve areas such as air pollution, climate change, energy production, renewables, waste reduction, clean water, transport, low carbon – and any other GreenTech applications relevant to London. This next TechInvest event will showcase 10 stand-out startup to scale-up businesses that are actively raising between £250k-£3m.
More information and how to register here