Connecting people for a smarter,
more sustainable future
Cambridge Cleantech is a leading membership organisation that provides commercial support to companies that are driving the development of goods and services in response to global sustainability challenges. We are a powerful catalyst for change that has brokered hundreds of key business collaborations and helped put sustainable technologies firmly at the heart of the Cambridge Phenomenon.
Today we operate as a global hub for cleantech innovation and are linked to some of the most highly innovative centres in the UK including London and Oxford. We unite the creators of innovative cleantech technologies with the financiers, partners and customers who can bring these products and services to fruition, and help create a smarter, more sustainable future.
Here is an opportunity for cleantech SMEs in waste water management and solar sectors to collaborate with Turkish companies in these sectors. Selected companies are visiting the UK from 22-24 May as part of Innovate UK’s Newton Fund programme and looking to discuss potential joint R&D initiatives and knowledge sharing.
The search is on for 20 of the UK’s most inspiring start-ups tackling the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Allia Future Business Centres, experts in start-up business support, has launched The Future 20: a no-fee, no-equity incubator programme offering bespoke business support to 20 ventures that aim to address and solve global and local challenges in an innovative way.
“At your Finance Special Interest Group I met a company who soon after invested in our business. They are a tremendous partner. Thank you Cambridge Cleantech!”
Paul Clark, Master Filter
“Without Cambridge Cleantech, there is no way a small company like ours can get to the right people – the networking at your conference was great.”
Bill Munday, Blendology
“We are already in initial talks with many of the companies that Cambridge Cleantech selected for us through the Meet-the-Buyer event. We are very satisfied we joined Cambridge Cleantech.”