Join the SOSV Climate Technology Meeting on June 13th.

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Global venture firm WWTP is one of the most active investors in the field of climate technologies and – as a partner TechCrunch Sessions: Climate – you are invited to SOSV Climate Technology Meeting June 13, 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm at the Brower Center in downtown Berkeley. SOSV teams will take part in this event. HAX (Hard tech: Newark and Shenzhen) and IndiBio (Life Sciences: San Francisco and New York) startup development programs.

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Tickets for the meeting are only $20 for general admission and $5 for students. Register here.

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The key players in HAX are Susan Schofer, Partner and Chief Security Officer, and Garrett Winter, Partner. IndieBio’s key players include Pae Wu, General Partner and CTO; Mohan Iyer, general partner; Alex Kopelyan and Parikshit Sharma, partners. To see SOSV’s key climate investments, check out WWTP Climate Tech 100.

WWTP welcomes deep technology companies into its ranks. HAX as well as IndiBio programs, and in 4-6 month programs, he provides daily, 1:1, face-to-face expert assistance to founders across the spectrum of technology, including product and company building challenges, as well as labs and manufacturing facilities. WWTPinitial investment is 275-500 thousand dollars, and WWTP continues to invest through the seed series, A onwards. He also works closely with the founders to attract new investors long after the program ends.

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Join WWTP, HAX as well as IndiBio commands for meeting June 13 for great socializing opportunities over beer, wine and snacks.

TC Sessions: Climate 2022 will take place June 14 at UC Berkeley’s Zellerbach Hall with an online event on June 16. Literally hundreds of leading climate technology founders, investors and scientists will gather at the house. Join them: Buy your pass today and save before prices rise on your doorstep.

Registration for this meeting does not entitle you to the main conference on June 14th or the online day on June 16th.


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